As you can plainly see, I like Calvin and Hobbes. Calvin is an imaginative, hyperactive 6-year-old kid that drives his parents crazy. I like the faces Bill Watterson drew on Calvin when he was thinking psychotic. Calvin was always a bit strange and I like that in a cartoon character. I also like Hobbes. He is Calvin's stuffed tiger who comes to life only in Calvin's imagination. He has very good hearing, but he can't distinguish between a can of tuna being opened and any other can being opened (unfortunately for Calvin).
The rest of the characters are Dad, Mom, Susie Derkins, his teacher Mrs. Wormwood, the principal Mr. Spittle, Rosalyn, his babysitter, Moe, the bully, and his alter egos', including Spaceman Spiff, Tracer Bullet, and Stupendous Man. Calvin's Uncle Max made an appearance for a week or so.
This is the club Calvin started and the name is an acronym meaning Get Rid Of Slimy GirlS. The main objective at the club is to bug Susie. Among other things, Calvin is the supreme ruler and dictator-for-life and Hobbes is the president and first tiger.
Calvinball is a game Calvin invented and a volleyball is used to play it. The only rule is that there are no rules. They just make them up as they go.
Calvin has created many snowmen. His snowmen are usually grotesque and are usually dead or have a hole in them. He has also brought a snowman to life. This snowman then added another head and arm to itself and then created an army of mutant snowmen. Calvin destroyed them by... You think I'm going to tell you, don't you? Well, I'm not. You'll just have to find out for yourself. Now, back to the snow art. Calvin has also created a snowsnake and a huge outline of a monster, which appears as if it's going to eat his house. If you want to see Calvin's snow art, click here.
This is the last Calvin and Hobbes cartoon Bill Watterson drew. :(
I got this cartoon strip from Calvin and Hobbes' Magical World.
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Updated on October 31st, 2007