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Calvin and Hobbes Mash Ups With He-Man, Batman, Star Wars and More


Calvin and Hobbes can be as much to draw and write for as they are to read. Just ask some of our favorite creators like Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejowho have paid homage to
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‘Calvin and Hobbes’ Explored Dreams Within Dreams Years Before ‘Inception’


The success of Christopher Nolan's "Inception" has had a lot of viewers (ourselves included) pondering the nature of dreams - specifically the idea of layered realities or dreams within dreams. So naturally, "Calvin and Hobbes" creator Bill Watterson explored the matter to some extent with his beloved brand of insight and whimsy more than a decade ago...

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‘Calvin Minus Hobbes’ Portrays a Child’s Possible Madness


There are some mysteries sequential art fans will take to their graves. Who was really under V's mask? Was Batman originally intended to let KGBeast die? Perhaps the most unsolvable mystery, however, pertains to Bill Watterson's "Calvin & Hobbes" and whether its protagonists were living in a world of magical mystery or simply pure imagination.


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Emerald City Comic-Con: The Cosplay [Photos]


There was quite a bit of cosplay at the recent Emerald City Comic Con, as with most conventions, and we chased down several costumed fans on the floor to get their pictures. We've already talked about this guy, but we've got a few other favorites for you...

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‘Calvin & Hobbes’ Creator Bill Watterson Speaks in Rare Interview


In 1995, "Calvin and Hobbes" creator Bill Watterson retired his beloved comic strip about a creative young troublemaker named Calvin and his toy tiger, and quickly removed himself quickly from the public eye, refusing to participate in interviews, merchandising, autographs, and any further creative ventures, and reportedly took up landscape painting instead...

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Wolverine Unleashes His Berserker Rage On Calvin and Hobbes’ Snowmen


Back in November, Marvel's contribution to Hero Initiative saw numerous talents including Darwyn Cooke, Tim Seeley, Ed McGuinness, J. Scott Campbell and dozens of others donate variant "Weapon X" #100 covers for charity...

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Sunday Funnies Postage Stamps Coming in 2010 for Calvin & Hobbes et al.


The United States Postal Service recently announced its stamps of 2010, including one particular set that I think will be of interest to you all: The Sunday Funnies Collection! Based on popular newspaper comic strips, the series will include stamps involving Archie, Garfield, Dennis the Menace, the cast of "Beetle Bailey," and my personal favorites, Calvin and Hobbes...

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More Calvin & Hobbes Covered by Artists


A few weeks ago, we posted images from a fan sketchbook with a "Calvin and Hobbes" theme, where various indie comics artists had drawn their own versions of the inseparable boy and tiger duo. Since that time we have discovered or been pointed to a plethora of other artists with their own take on the great and much-missed comic strip, and thought perhaps another roundup was in order...

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Sketchbook: Calvin & Hobbes Covered by Comic Book Artists


"Calvin and Hobbes" is, without question, one of the great comic strips of our age. Written and drawn from 1985 to 1995 by Bill Watterson, the strip captured the magic of childhood with irony, humor, and more than a little magic of its own...

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