Calvin and Hobbes

by Kieran Healy on November 8, 2006

Calvin from the outside. It ain’t pretty.

{ 14 comments }

1

Butch Manly 11.08.06 at 8:09 pm

HAHA, because if people in real life acted like people in comic strips, that would be crazy! I’m gonna go eat a sandwich has big as my arm!

2

Trevor 11.08.06 at 10:23 pm

3

vivian 11.08.06 at 10:37 pm

gee, and I thought “just enough time to do something lighthearted and relaxing before bed, like check crookedtimber one more time.” thanks ever so much.

4

The Modesto Kid 11.08.06 at 10:43 pm

This seems like a kind of potentially funny idea but really poorly executed.

5

Russell Arben Fox 11.08.06 at 11:36 pm

I was convinced that C&H was going to end with something like #2 above. Not with the pills, but with Calvin suddenly realizing he liked Suzy, or something like that, and turning around and finding Hobbes remained a stuffed animal even after spoken to. Depressing. Thank goodness it didn’t really end that way.

Those Robot Chicken guys are dark, man. I hope they can sleep at night.

6

winna 11.09.06 at 12:49 am

How revolting.

7

Doug M. 11.09.06 at 7:02 am

Vivian, modesto, winna… huh. So now we know who’s been keeping C&H in reruns for the last 10 years.

I thought it was hilarious.

Come on, people. Calvin lived in a fantasy world, and his best friend was a stuffed animal. Get a grip.

Doug M.

8

Anderson 11.09.06 at 10:00 am

It looked like the kind of video Calvin might’ve dreamed up. That’s a good thing.

9

fungi@fungi.com 11.09.06 at 12:28 pm

A parody should be funnier than the thing it’s parodying. This isn’t.

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fungi@fungi.com 11.09.06 at 12:29 pm

(Second post in a row.) I just read Trevor’s link up there. That’s a funny comic. It had me crying out, “no!” and covering my face. The animation just had me staring blankly.

11

Sandals 11.09.06 at 7:07 pm

Clearly, a lot of people are way too cool for this. :)

12

aa 11.10.06 at 2:05 am

Funny, I thought the animation was charming but Trevor’s really got me down, what with it being the case and all. Though eventually Hobbes would of gotten hungry and eaten Calvin, so that’s basically o.k., there’s a whole lot of Calvin in Hobbes anyway. Hoping you are the same.

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Russell Arben Fox 11.10.06 at 9:40 am

“Though eventually Hobbes would of gotten hungry and eaten Calvin, so that’s basically o.k., there’s a whole lot of Calvin in Hobbes anyway.”

Ok, now you see, that’s funny! Good one, aa. I like fungi’s comment in #9; the above video, while darkly humorous I suppose, doesn’t have the wicked, surreal, C&H-ish punch which aa’s would have had.

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Tom T. 11.10.06 at 2:39 pm

Are we really such a sick society that we would leave a troubled little boy’s mental illness untreated just for our entertainment?

;-)

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