Something Under the Bed Is Drooling: A Calvin and Hobbes Collection

Something Under the Bed Is Drooling A Calvin and Hobbes Collection Be good to yourself Buy a copy of this Calvin and Hobbes cartoon book If you don t laugh out loud at every third strip check your pulse You may be dead Phil Musick Pittsburgh PressCalvin is a rambun

  • Title: Something Under the Bed Is Drooling: A Calvin and Hobbes Collection
  • Author: Bill Watterson Pat Oliphant
  • ISBN: 9781449407070
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • Be good to yourself Buy a copy of this Calvin and Hobbes cartoon book If you don t laugh out loud at every third strip, check your pulse You may be dead Phil Musick, Pittsburgh PressCalvin is a rambunctious six year old whose manic antics threaten world peace Hobbes is his stuffed tiger who comes alive when adults aren t around The saga of their daily exploits wo Be good to yourself Buy a copy of this Calvin and Hobbes cartoon book If you don t laugh out loud at every third strip, check your pulse You may be dead Phil Musick, Pittsburgh PressCalvin is a rambunctious six year old whose manic antics threaten world peace Hobbes is his stuffed tiger who comes alive when adults aren t around The saga of their daily exploits won cartoonist Bill Watterson the coveted Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year Something Under the Bed Is Drooling is a jewel.

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    1. Bill Watterson born William Boyd Watterson II is an American cartoonist, and the author of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes His career as a syndicated cartoonist ran from 1985 to 1995 he stopped drawing Calvin and Hobbes at the end of 1995 with a short statement to newspaper editors and his fans that he felt he had achieved all he could in the comic strip medium During the early years of his career he produced several drawings and additional contributions for Target The Political Cartoon Quarterly Watterson is known for his views on licensing and comic syndication, as well as for his reclusive nature.

    2. Screw Harry Potters and Katniss Everdens, Calvin is my hero with his eternal quest of abolishing healthy food, swimming lessons, and freezing his face in his queer expression.GO CAPTAIN SPIFF!

    3. I feel like living a second childhood while reading Calvin's series!There are so much joy, curiosity and innocence in these pages; a valuable light reading I'm keeping to rescue me of burdens of life. Besides that, I'm now watching my godchildren grow up, and there's so much of Calvin in every one of them - most of the time the "good part" of him -, which just shows us how wonderful is Bill Watterson work.5 innocent stars to a second childhood we all deserve.

    4. What a companion I have found! This is the most intoxicating, relaxing, nauseating, rejuvenating, nostalgic and inspiring stuff one could ever read.What did I get this time? Here's a sample

    5. Oh, you'd rather blow the evening cooking and washing dishes than spend a few bucks?Comedy gold. Najsmesniji strip posle Garfilda>)

    6. Calvin & Hobbes is an all time classic. Nothing is as good as this series. Calvin is a hero, indeed.

    7. Tak tady je to naprosto jasné - už od mala jsem nekritickým obdivovatele Calvina a Hobbese, tenhle humor a fantazie je přesně mého ražení, jako malý jsem si vystřihoval z novin jeho první komiksy, část z nich u nás v rodině zlidověla* a dokonce ještě přechovávám na poličce nad počítačem už snad 15 let starého plyšového (mého) Hobbese :) Je navíc skvělé, že i roky opakované čtení těmto komiksům nic neubírá, naopak tam člověk nachází kromě dětské fan [...]

    8. I recalled this as my least favorite of the Calvin and Hobbes books I grew up with and that estimate has not changed much. That is not to say this is a bad book; there are plenty of classic panels here and you can see Watterson revving up for the long epic stories of later volumes. But he is not yet there. This is Calvin in the doldrums, and even then it is a blast.

    9. Como não amar? Uma criança com uma imaginação super fértil, um tigre de pelúcia que vive na mente de Calvin e que juntos proporcionam muitas risadas. De forma simples várias críticas são feitas em relação a educação de crianças, comportamentos e até sobre desmatamento. Tirinhas de qualidade.

    10. Something Under the Bed Is Drooling contains some of Calvin's funniest moments, like when he is cast in a school play about nutrition:which doesn't help his relationship with Susie: well as the first appearance of the Transmogrifier:But the best moment -- and a contender for my favorite moment in all of C&H -- is the story arc about the dying raccoon that Calvin finds in the woods:What a stupid world indeed. And yet, "it's a magical world," as Calvin would later famously declare. The co-exis [...]

    11. i don't usually read comic books. it was my brother actually that showed it to me so i read it and i thought it was hilarious. Basically, it was just different strips and cut-outs of Calvin and Hobbes' lives. this is me: hmmm.okay what's the point? ally!.HAHAHAHA!!!.at is SO truelolOMG that is so mean!!!.w, it's finished already??? ^_^hey, it's, one of my first comic books, okay? it wasn't my favorite, so sue me, but at least i gave it three stars. i was thinking of giving it four, but it wasn't [...]

    12. The second collection (from 1988), this still has a few rough edges (Calvin’s a bit more sarky than usual, the design of Hobbes settles over the course of the collection) but plenty to recommend. From the transmogrifier transforming Calvin into a little tiger to the introduction - following a botched haircut by Hobbes that makes Calvin bald - of Tracer Bullet (“I’ve got eight slugs in me. One’s lead, the rest are bourbon”), from more school fun and more interplay with Susie, this rocke [...]

    13. I read this in one day. I loved it and laugh a bit. I ended up scaring my cat, when I did. It was a nice change to what I had been reading. It was light hearted and funny. I don't think anyone can have a problem with reading a bit of Calvin and Hobbes.It was surprisingly inspiring and motivating for me.I should make it a habit of reading at least one comic book type of book a month, to remember why I love to read in the first place. Comic books were my first love.And you never forget your first [...]

    14. Habe erst in diesem Jahr entdeckt, dass mir dieser Band in der vorschnell für komplett erachteten C&H-Sammlung fehlte. Wie erwartet großartig! manchmal möchte ich mit einer Zeitmaschine oder so irgendwo aufwachsen, wo man jeden Tag neue Strips von Schulz, Watterson, Kelly oder Breathed in der Zeitung lesen kann. Patrick McDonnell ist auch super (und noch aktiv), aber mit diesem Quartett kommt er noch nicht ganz mit

    15. Výborné. Calvin a Hobbes sú vo forme, musím však priznať, že väčšinou som sa skôr pobavene usmievala než hlasno smiala. Štyri hviezdičky preto, lebo prvý diel sa vydaril o niečo viac. Inak absolútna spokojnosť a vrelo odporúčam. Najlepší príbeh - ako Calvin s Hobbesom našli malého medvedíka čistotného.

    16. багато сміятися корисно для здоров'я. кальвін і гобс – дивовижно смішні персонажі. ergo, кальвін і гобс корисні для здоров'я (для роботи трошки менше, але ж чи ми будемо жертвувати здоров'ям заради роботи?).

    17. Ellie read this book because she knows her father used to read and like Calvin and Hobbes. This is the first comic book she has readb 6/13/16

    18. Just an amazing book! Filled with sweet and funny storys that everyone will love. I want Hobbes as my friend as well!

    19. When I was in about second grade, my friend and I became so obsessed with this book that we made up a song about it, we had imaginary enemies called something under the beds are drooling, and we built an alter on the playground for the book (and no one could touch it until recess was over. Then we brought it back inside.) Thinking back, I’m starting to wonder if I was a little too obsessed with this book. (But don’t judge us okay? I was weird!)

    20. This is a great book it has a different drawing maybe because its an old book but i love the Calvin and Hobbes series since it has many humor and jokes and its just a fun little adventure with a 6 year old child with his tiger facing the world.

    21. Calvin and Hobbes has been making me laugh since I was a kid. First time I've re-read them in a while and I still love them.

    22. Omg I loved this book!! Calvin is such a halarious kid with a big attitude. Hobbes is awesome and a funny tiger! Now I am reading Yukon Ho. I love bills writing!!

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