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The Indispensable Calvin and Hobbes (1992)

af Bill Watterson

Serier: Calvin and Hobbes (Omnibus 5 & 6)

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Tegneserie. En række humoristiske historier med den filosofiske dreng Steen og hans talende plystiger Stoffer.
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Now here's the Calvin and Hobbes collection to read during the Winter months! Calvin spends so much of his time wishing for winter to come, and it's finally here - complete with monstrous snowmen, snowball fights, and plenty of sledding mishaps! While Calvin revels in the glory of a 12 inch snowfall and warming up in front of the fire, the overall tone of the volume was a bit darker than some of the other collections. Not only does Calvin himself have a few moments where he laments the fate of the bullied, wasting his childhood with homework, and the struggles of team sports, we are also treated to a few comics which are told from the perspective of his father. Unlike Calvin, his father is a realist, and this makes his outlook a lot more dour even if he does take a few moments to distance himself from his adult life to play with Calvin. In terms of the chronology of Calvin's life, this collection is comprised of his later years, so maybe this is the turning point where we see Calvin starting to grow up and out of his childhood innocence. He has to grow up eventually, doesn't he? Or maybe not, since Calvin and Hobbes are kind of in the same league as Peter Pan and seem to stay childlike forever. ( )
  JaimieRiella | Feb 25, 2021 |
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 14, 2020 |
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  OakGrove-KFA | Mar 29, 2020 |
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. Calvin speculates on the realities of Santa Claus, makes terrible faces for family photos, resists bathtime, fights the babysitter, teases the girl next door mercilessly, procrastinates doing homework, imagines saving the world from distasters with superpowers, or rampaging around as a dinosaur, and argues with his more level-headed best friend tiger Hobbes. I laughed through many pages. I had forgotten the episode where the family's house got broken into. In this volume he starts his club against "slimy girls" and makes his cardboard-box duplicator. Second half of the book is the entire contents of Scientific Progress Goes "Boink". With the improvement that this volume has all the weekend strips in full color. So now I know which one is immediately getting weeded from my collection as a redundancy.

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  jeane | Feb 18, 2018 |
There is something mystical about childhood, something that makes it impossible for us adults to overcome it fully. Calvin and Hobbes captures the magic of childhood and helps us return to it. We are there to witness Cavlin's cardboard-box adventures, we experience his impatience while waiting for his propeller beanie to arrive, and we sympathize with his angst regarding bedtimes and homework.

There are some things about life that even adults don't understand though, things that as a child you assumed you would understand some day but in reality had a better handle on when you were a child, without prejudice and worldly knowledge getting in the way.

But in the end, Calvin and Hobbes bring back the simplicity of childhood, taking you back into a world where ultimate happiness can be achieved by digging in the dirt or taking pictures of plastic dinosaurs.

Calvin and Hobbes is more than just a comic book; it's a reminder of how magical life is in a child's world. ( )
  AngelClaw | Feb 3, 2016 |
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