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Freedom and Geography

While Calvin and Hobbes is wrapping up a week’s camping in the rain, Charlie Brown and Sally are enjoying some time at the beach . . . sort of. That’s kind of a civics lesson, Sally.  Then comes the geography … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Vacation for Vacation

It’s always a rare treat when the Sunday strip synched up the the storyline running in the dailies.  Bill Watterson was able to pull that off a number of times with Calvin and Hobbes.  The folks at gocomics.com have been … Continue reading

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Like Rocks to Stone

That’s some Medusa-level power she has there. (image from gocomics.com)

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Camping Builds Character

This week the folks at gocomics.com are replaying a great classic Calvin and Hobbes run.  Bill Watterson’s sense of comic timing was always great.  These two, in particular, capture some great moments.  First: and then a couple of strips later: You … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Two-Man Baseball

Summertime, Calvin, and Hobbes go together like chocolate, marshmallows, and graham crackers.  Today’s classic Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson is case-in-point. (image from gocomics.com)

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The Difference between Clean and Tidy

Caulfield definitely knows how to split hairs.  A recent Frazz by Jef Mallett: (image from gocomics.com)

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Chlorine in the Pool

Like I said earlier in the week, this past Sunday was a great one for the four-color funnies.  Here’s the last of the great ones: a FoxTrot by Bill Amend with a nice mix of summertime and science humor. (image … Continue reading

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