Calvin and Hobbes was one of the most popular comedians for some time. The story details the adventures of an imaginative young boy named Calvin and Hobbes, his companion tiger. The comic has been in documents from 1985 to 1996 and more than 2,400 printed documents worldwide. Less than a year of syndication, printed articles in over 250 newspapers, and went after the Los Angeles Times in 1987, introduced just 16 months after being printed. The cartoon has won its designer Bill Watterson, Reuben awards presented annually by the National Cartoonists Society, in the category "Excellence Cartoonist of the Year" in 1986 and 1988. In general, a total of 3160 bands were created and printed until 1995, when Watterson retired from the pressure, of Calvin and Hobbes comics. The strips are adhered to and printed in a series of 18 books that have sold 30 million copies. No other comics and cartoons new Calvin and Hobbes can not be exercised in the hundreds of comic books.
Calvin and Hobbes comics have been enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of fans around the world. The film tells the entertaining adventures of his six children and a pet tiger, which is actually a stuffed animal. Bands and function sled trip to the beach and hundreds of jokes that are played all the characters introduced in the bands. The bands unique feature of Calvin and Hobbes, but there are a number of bands that have other characters as the parents of Calvin and Susie Derkins, one of Calvin's classmates, Moe, a bully in the school of Calvin, Miss Wormwood Calvin teacher, Rosalyn, Calvin's babysitter. For most bands are realistic, but there are some comics that have the trip of Calvin and Hobbes in space and the story again. The comic strip Calvin and Hobbes is one of the most famous in the world and has captured hundreds of thousands of readers.
Calvin and Hobbes: Characters