Calvin and Hobbs – What more is there to say!

Calvin and Hobbs was is and always shall be one of my most favorite comic strips of all time. If you don’t know what I am talking about there are several websites you can peruse to see the artistry that Mr. Watterson created. The official site is updated daily with a new comic strip from years past.

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The comic is all about a young boy and how he perceives the world…Or how his pet tiger Hobbs does. It’s hard to say… because to Calvin, Hobbs is real not a stuffed toy. The Comic always made me think, or laugh and usually both. At times then i could see myself in it… later on it gave insights into my children.

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Calvin gets himself in some trouble from time to time… usually at Hobb’s urgings but it’s how he sees the world. There are worse ways to go through life we all seem to lose sight of the wonder of things eventually. Imagination stagnates when not used regularly, and lord knows we aren’t encouraged to use it in a way that isn’t productive.

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Everyone go read some comics today…. relax let your imagination run… I’m going to spend some time with my old friends now… be well.

5 Comments on “Calvin and Hobbs – What more is there to say!

  1. I love Calvin and Hobbes. I’ve used strips and images here and there to express myself on my blog. But my favorite, I think, is the series where Calvin is building all sorts of disturbing murder-y snowmen. And the one where he and Hobbes roll a giant snowball and Hobbes says, ‘Only two more to go.’ And Calvin says, ‘What do you mean? This is just one of his toes.’ (I could be totally paraphrasing that… my memory is not great…) 🙂


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