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MICHAEL BRICENO'S THOUGHTS ON THE WONDER OF CALVINEdit
This is a practice page that i was going to start and i was wondering who and how many will see this. So I thought that i would be a sport and write something for the people that might be reading. In addition I also had the idea that I would put my two cents in while I was at it. This is more than a comic strip for me I have followed this CRAZY kid down the rabbit hole many many times. I believe that when its all said and done Calvin and Hobbes will live for ever!! I can't wait to share him with my GRANDKIDS and watch them be moved by his exploits! If there is any thing that you would like to share with me or comment on what I have said here feel free to send a reply or just post it as you can. Thanks for taking the time to read this and comment on it also. Happy reading and beware the big cat!!
Hobbes is neither a real tiger nor a toy. Someone please quote Watterson from the Calvin and Hobbes Tenth Anniversary Book I can't find it.