Earlier tonight, my son and his friend were reading my copy of The Authoritative Calvin and Hobbes, and taking turns with each frame. Which was incredibly sweet in and of itself. But hearing Calvin’s dialogue in their voices reminded me of when I read the strips in the newspaper as a kid. And they’re still just as clever, funny, imaginative, and delightful now as they were 30+ years ago. (Hearing the boys read this strip in particular really made me chuckle.)
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