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The Calvin and Hobbes Lazy Sunday Book Find Sunday Comic Favorites In This Classic Calvin And Hobbes CollectionThis Is A Collection Of The Classic Comic Strip That Features Calvin, A Rambunctious Year Old Boy, And His Stuffed Tiger, Hobbes, Who Comes Charmingly To Life Filled With A Watterson S Full Page Sunday Strips, This Collection Is Sure To Please Fans And Newcomers Alike

About the Author: Bill Watterson

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

10 thoughts on “The Calvin and Hobbes Lazy Sunday Book

  1. says:

    I enjoyed reading this book Witty and funny with colorful well drawn images There are only 5 characters 4 y o Calvin his stuff toy tiger and lone playmate Hobbes who in Calvin s wild imagination can turn into a live precocious and sometimes silly tiger Suzie who is a girl reaching out for Calvin but gets bullied by Calvin because he seems to be contented playing with Hobbes and there is a stage in a boy s life when girls are yuc

  2. says:

    This book is a treasure chest of the full colour old school Sunday Comics While it doesn t have the ongoing storylines of the black and white Calvin Hobbes, which allow for strong characterisation and captivating narrative arcs, these Sunday comics are wonderful in their own unique way The humour is sharp and the philosophising is done in effective short bites What s the illustrations display Bill Watterson s serious artistic tal

  3. says:

    This loses its impact if you ve read some of the other collections, as it duplicates many of those, but the strips themselves are still charming.

  4. says:

    Disclaimer the notes you re about to read were extracted from this book and I do not intend to take personal credit for any of them Watterson is so damn intelligent Calvin I call this lookout hillHobbes Yes you can certainly see far from up hereCalvin I call it lookout hill Because that s what you yell whenever we go down it.Calvin You Know, sometimes it seems things go by too Quickly.Calvin We re so busy watching out for what s just

  5. says:

    I made a great choice in actually reading this on a Sunday A post holiday, no obligations, lazy Sunday It s been years since I ve picked up a Calvin and Hobbes book It felt how I imagine reuniting with an old friend would feel Cozy and comfortable yet slightly different through older adult eyes An example of seeing things differently through older adult eyes Days go by and we hardly notice them Life becomes a blur Often it tak

  6. says:

    There is a certain something about writing a critical review of Bill Watterson s Calvin and Hobbes, Lazy Sunday Book that feels like feeding belt ammo to a guy hunting with a machine gun It should not be done Either you get the innocent insouciance of this five year old boy and his favorite toy companion or please put the book down and move on I was already a 30 something when this strip was first syndicated Calvin is an only child just l

  7. says:

    first book that I have ever found

  8. says:

    Spaceman Spiff, Stupendous Man, Calvin the Tyrannosaurus the kid s imagination has no ends, no bounds, no limits Laws of the universe held sacred for centuries bend to his will if he wants to The Creator of the Worlds is the Destroyer of the Worlds and he is Calvin Hats off to Bill Watterson for creating one of the best partnerships in the comic world, an undying friendship that does moisten your eyes once in a while, a relationship of love a

  9. says:

    The Calvin and Hobbes Lazy Sunday Book opens with Calvin s 10 page adventure as Spaceman Spiff, interplanetary explorer extraordinaire, with one mission in mind to destroy all aliens, which in real life, are disguised as his mother and Susie Very funny stuff Yet Calvin s wild imagination doesn t stop there For the rest of the colorful 100 pages, he agitates his parents mercilessly, particularly his father while with his mother, he adversely cho

  10. says:

    This book is as the title suggests lazy and beautiful, AND in full color Nice.

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