5 edition of Weirdos from another planet found in the catalog.
This 2013 edition printed for Barnes & Noble, Inc.--Title page verso.
|Statement||Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC|
|Publishers||Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
Presents a collection of Calvin and Hobbes cartoons. File Size: 2MB.
Of course when Dad comes running upstairs and sees the mess, Calvin blames Hobbes. Calvin is a wonderful mix of an incredibly intelligent six-year-old boy who can ask about the meaning of life and yet still enjoy hours of cartoons on tv while eating his favorite cereal, Sugar-Coated Chocolate Bombs.
Weirdos From Another Planet returns!
Bill and Pete provide snark and Pete reads a poem about Judas and Del Taco. As similar to my review of the previous Calvin and Hobbes seen here:there were several instances of food-related humour it could do without. There's some irreverence here, but it's good natured and the guys both have a healthy appreciation for the big J on some level.
Being a tiger is more than just stripes, you realize. I love these books because they've always given Weirdos from another planet laughter over the years. Many thanks to Bill Watterson for creating them. On this week's episode: 0:00 Reader emails! There are lots of things in this story I love like when Calvin becomes a tiger, when he ruins the bathroom trying Weirdos from another planet fix a faucet,getting lost at a zoo, and going to Mars just to get away from all the pollution on Earth.
Each of these collections gathers a year's worth of the strip, in which we follow six-year-old Calvin and his tiger companion Hobbes as they take us on a guided tour through youthful imagination, adventure, misbehavior, parents, bullies, teachers, babysitters, artistic expression, crushing on Susie Derkins, and more.
Hobbes, his constant companion, sometimes tries to steer Calvin towards making smarter choices, but usually they both end up doing something awful wrecking havoc in the living room by playing baseball.
If you did, then Calvin and Hobbes will not be total strangers to you.
For a review of Christianity! The book is very funny an witty.
The colours are wonderful and implies a fun story.
If I were you, I'd make these pages longer, add more than two options per page, and get going! Our first guest is , of , and fame.
And sometimes it touched the core essence about life and daily struggle too.