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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby Mighty Jalapeno » Tue Dec 04, 2007 4:42 am UTC

Rainbow-colored bed canopy = yay gay people?
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby 22/7 » Tue Dec 04, 2007 5:41 am UTC

Mighty Jalapeno wrote:Rainbow-colored bed canopy = yay gay people?

Hahaha! I mean... yes! Clearly! It's rainbow!

You have to admit though, it's kind of greedy. I mean, who says they get all of refracted light?

Anybody?
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby b.i.o » Tue Dec 04, 2007 6:52 am UTC

22/7 wrote:You have to admit though, it's kind of greedy. I mean, who says they get all of refracted light?

Anybody?


You're right, it must be a conspiracy!
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby Nyarlathotep » Tue Dec 04, 2007 8:44 am UTC

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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby parkaboy » Sun Dec 09, 2007 10:06 am UTC

i love that "realistic" C&H. my mom loved calvin and hobbes so i grew up reading the books. we had "something under the bed is drooling", "the days are just packed" and "homicidal psycho jungle cat". no matter how many times i read each one i never got tired of reading them again.

i also have to say that i HATE the stupid calvin rip-off decals that are all over cars now. they suck. a lot. >=( you know, the peeing ones.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby parkaboy » Sun Dec 09, 2007 10:10 am UTC

Silver2Falcon wrote:
22/7 wrote:You have to admit though, it's kind of greedy. I mean, who says they get all of refracted light?

Anybody?


You're right, it must be a conspiracy!


*cough* dimitri martin anyone? *cough*

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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Mon Dec 10, 2007 8:52 pm UTC

parkaboy wrote:i also have to say that i HATE the stupid calvin rip-off decals that are all over cars now. they suck. a lot. >=( you know, the peeing ones.


What's really bad about them is Watterson hadn't/isn't making one thin penny off them. They're all bootlegged. He fought like hell to keep them from being licensed to the point where they could be merchandised. He felt if they had, he would have lost complete control over the strip. It would have been too mechanical in some ways.

One of the most popular strips that has been produced on various bootleg products (mostly T-shirts in some colleges) is the strip with C&H dancing to classical music being played at 78 RPM. Panels had been used on some shirts. I remember seeing one of those shirts at my middle school The kid who had it must have had an older sibling who got it for them, or else they bought it off one of those street vendors who usually sell knock-off merchandise.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby Number3Pencils » Tue Dec 11, 2007 8:42 am UTC

I bought some illegal C&H merchandise from a street vendor before I knew it was illegal. It's a shirt that has one of the dancing Calvin pictures, and the caption says: "God put me on Earth to accomplish a certain number of things. Right now I am so far behind I will never die." Since then, it's been a constant war: I don't want to wear it, because it disrespects Watterson's artistic integrity, but I do want to wear it, because it's Calvin and Hobbes! I haven't worn it for a good while, just because the quote has nothing to do whatsoever with Bill Watterson, and I don't think he would much have cared for it. I have plenty other funny t-shirts, and I can express my love for the strip in entirely non-shirt-dependent ways.

As regards the peeing Calvins, the reason they've proliferated so much is that they're made by little independent sleazeballs with basement sticker machines, and it would just be completely impractical to hunt every one of them down and stick them all with lawsuits. Sad, but unavoidably true.
The drawings for those things aren't even from a strip! I think most of them are hand-drawn by the makers, though some might be doctored from some strip.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby jynjin » Tue Dec 11, 2007 4:59 pm UTC

Those altered images came from several scenes where Calvin is plotting against Susie with snowballs, I think. I'd have to look through the strips made in 1993 and 1994 to find the original expressions, but I am pretty certain that is from where they came. I have noticed there have been an increasing amount of less Calvin-like characters used. However, it still does irk me whenever I see them on idiot's trucks, but I fear nothing much can be amended at this point.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby lowbart » Wed Dec 12, 2007 2:25 pm UTC

Calvin and Hobbes is the #1 best comic strip ever made, in my opinion. My 2 second favorites were Sinfest and Cat & Girl, which are basically both Calvin and Hobbes. But, Sinfest isn't that funny anymore, so Cat & Girl is second, and Wondermark and A Lesson Is Learned But The Damage Is Irreversible are tied for third.

PatrickRsGhost wrote: dancing to classical music being played at 78 RPM.

I have to try that sometime.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby jynjin » Wed Dec 12, 2007 3:37 pm UTC

lowbart wrote:... Wondermark and A Lesson Is Learned But The Damage Is Irreversible are tied for third.

Wondermark is alright. I appreciate the spin on recycling Victorian images, but the humour can be hit or miss.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby CrackTheSky » Wed Dec 12, 2007 3:50 pm UTC

Bill Watterson is honestly one of my heroes. If you read the C&H 10th Anniversary collection (or Wikipedia), there's some interesting commentary from him about how he always went up against his publishers to syndicate his strip, and refused every time because he didn't care about the money and didn't want to cheapen the strip.

I also like him because he hates Jim Davis, who is a major sellout.

That is all.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby lowbart » Wed Dec 12, 2007 3:50 pm UTC

I agree, it is hit or miss, especially since Malki tends to fall back on poop jokes when he can't think of anything else. But when it's good, it's really good.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby MotorToad » Thu Dec 13, 2007 3:14 am UTC

Randall on youtube

He mentions C&H as the first comic he liked. Win.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby Pirate.Bondage » Mon Dec 17, 2007 3:18 pm UTC

I used to read Calvin and Hobbes all the time when I was in middle school. Now I have "There's Treasure Everywhere!" <3
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby ishikiri » Fri Dec 28, 2007 2:26 am UTC

xndrew wrote:This is also a little off topic, but I'm gonna get a tattoo from Calvin and Hobbes, any ideas?


any of the top strip

I thought of that before i read this

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I have to try that sometime.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby paralian » Sun Jan 06, 2008 9:00 pm UTC

There was an comic (http://xkcd.com/13/) that made me happy when I saw it, because it reminds me of calvin and hobbes. Completely different, but the landscape reminded me of Calvin and hobbes. It's like I've found a substitute for calvin and hobbes ^_^
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby tzar1990 » Tue Jan 08, 2008 1:24 pm UTC

Somehow, the Minus webcomic brings back echoing memories of Calvin & Hobbes to me, although I don't know how. I also like xkcd and Far Side. I used to be a garfield fan, but then I noticed it was boring and formulaic.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby Bakemaster » Thu Jan 24, 2008 11:53 pm UTC

I got two C&H collections last month for Christmas. I used to have Revenge of the Baby-Sat in paperback and had always wanted more but forgot and was reminded by this thread. Thanks, thread!

(They were Homicidal Psycho Jungle Cat and The Indispensable C&H, by the way. I kind of wanted Scientific Progress Goes "Boink!")
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby Ren » Sun Jan 27, 2008 5:05 pm UTC

Calvin and Hobbes was the first comic I read, too. We had "Revenge of the Baby-Sat" which I think my mom bought at a garage sale, or something.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby Narsil » Mon Jan 28, 2008 4:08 am UTC

Wow, I used to think I was strange and weird for reading those books so much in middle and grade school. I feel better now.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby zenten » Wed Jan 30, 2008 2:12 am UTC

william wrote:Aha, so it really is a cult.

I hadn't even given my actual opinions on the work itself, only people's perspective on it(which has been nothing but confirmed by the death threats, even if they are jokes) and I get jumped on for daring to give a contrary opinion.

I think that it's not very funny and that Bill Watterson wouldn't know what childhood was actually like if it bit his penis. That one strip put up there had some nice political commentary but nothing I hadn't seen before (both chronologically with respect to creation and chronologically with respect to when I saw it) and nothing particularly special, but because he does it in a way that reminds people of the horribly distorted memories of their childhood they eat it up.


Well, when I was that age it seemed relevant to me.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby keozen » Wed Jan 30, 2008 10:38 pm UTC

*tear

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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby ducknerd » Thu Jan 31, 2008 4:15 am UTC

That's terrible!

Much love for C+H. I consider myself lucky to have the 10th anniversary collection. Watterson's got some interesting insight into his own stuff.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby reflectia » Sun Feb 03, 2008 9:03 pm UTC

Calvin and Hobbes was the first comic strip that I ever really liked.

I don't think anyone else has posted this link yet: http://www.transmogrifier.org/ch/strips/index. It's an index of all the C+H strips but the last.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Mon Feb 04, 2008 12:56 am UTC

keozen wrote:(depressing comic)


That is teh sad n depressing. U maded me cry. :cry:
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby cephalopod9 » Sun Jun 08, 2008 5:33 am UTC

Would it be awesome or not awesome if Bill Watterson got into web-comics?
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby fusillade2 » Sun Jun 08, 2008 6:18 am UTC

What's he up to these days? Painting in the woods?
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Mon Jul 07, 2008 7:38 pm UTC

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Found this picture today on this site.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby kanavazk » Tue Jul 08, 2008 8:07 pm UTC

PatrickRsGhost wrote:(snip)
Found this picture today on this site.

You know, that's sort of disturbing.

I was wondering, I've already read all of the Calvin and Hobbes comics, and I own a few complications, is it worth it to get the (pretty expensive) complete set?
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Tue Jul 08, 2008 8:25 pm UTC

kanavazk wrote:I was wondering, I've already read all of the Calvin and Hobbes comics, and I own a few complications, is it worth it to get the (pretty expensive) complete set?


If you want a more longer-lasting collection of the strips, then yes, it's worth it. I have several of the paperback collections, but a lot of them are a bit beaten up. I don't have all of the strips in book form, but I do have most. I intend to either save the paperback books for whenever I get married and have kids, or else just sell them used on eBay, Craigslist, or give them away on Freecycle.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby Nomic » Wed Jul 09, 2008 6:37 pm UTC

I love Calvin and Hobbes. For a newspaper strip its very funny and feature suprisingly deep concepts every now and then. Especially the Sunday strips where Watterson had the ability to do more impressive scenes and show his skills at doing detailed landscapes, dinosaurs and stuff.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby Missbear » Sat Jul 12, 2008 7:08 am UTC

Have been seriously out of touch with C&H for more years than is permit-able, but love them none the less, and am very glad 2 c a site for them. I deliriously love the winter snowman saga that writhes with the suitable amount of blood and carnage.., so Bravo...Bravo...till then, I look for more "seasonably friendly death and destruction that is "calvin & Hobbes" (Hobbes CLEARLY being the more dominant personality [No offense to any calvanists, just my inner Hobbes speaking] as he is obviously the more charasmatic of the 2) and so to you both I bow respectably). I wish I could more suitably express my C&Hsm's *sigh* but, as I am a mere mortal, I watch in awe at all that is to come...
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby Cytoplasm » Sun Jul 27, 2008 8:19 pm UTC

I don't know if this is off-topic but my friend is finally sending me his books of Calbin and Hobbes (minus the Tenth Anniversary and special ones). I believe I am getting about 10 books in the mail. :mrgreen: :) :mrgreen: I am excited to get them and I hope they come on Monday. :D
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Mon Jul 28, 2008 1:32 am UTC

Cytoplasm wrote:I don't know if this is off-topic but my friend is finally sending me his books of Calbin and Hobbes (minus the Tenth Anniversary and special ones). I believe I am getting about 10 books in the mail. :mrgreen: :) :mrgreen: I am excited to get them and I hope they come on Monday. :D


Sorry. I heard they'll take about six weeks to deliver. I'm sure they'll be the talk of the rest home, though.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby Cytoplasm » Sat Aug 02, 2008 5:07 pm UTC

Not too long ago my friend sent me a bunch of Calvin and Hobbes books. I have started on the second one and I am loving every moment of it. :)
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby ChocloManx » Sun Sep 07, 2008 11:10 pm UTC

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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby MotorToad » Mon Sep 08, 2008 2:37 am UTC

Okay, fine! I laughed. I did not enjoy laughing and I'm actually having some self esteem issues because this made me feel stupid... But yeah. I laughed.
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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby Maseiken » Mon Sep 08, 2008 5:58 am UTC

ChocloManx wrote:Oh god.

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Re: Calvin and Hobbes

Postby rao111 » Tue Oct 14, 2008 2:12 am UTC

So C&H is definitely my most favorite comic, I remember going over to my best friend's house (who had all the books) and reading them. I have almost all of them, but I'm missing one or two. Not sure what they are. Others I like, not in any order, are Peanuts, xkcd (of course), Far Side, Dilbert. This thread must continue to live :D
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