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The Indispensable Calvin and Hobbes: A Calvin and Hobbes Treasury Paperback – June 1, 1992
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This book starts out with Calvin praying for snow so he can engage in one of his favorite hobbies: sledding, and then his other favorite hobby, throwing snowballs at Susie. Aside from the snowman exhibition, this book is a must-have since it covers the founding of C&H's GROSS (the Get Rid of Slimy girlS club). This also has the hilarious series about the time Calvin's personal gravity polarity reversed, and the episode when the Transmogrifier becomes the Duplicator.
Note that there are two series of C&H collections: individual wide-format albums, each covering an entire year of strips (will call it "regular"), and the vertical aspect ratio "treasury series" which covers selected comics from two regular C&H books. Note that C&H ran for a year in newspapers, so there's 10 regular books and 5 treasury books. Though the cartoons are slightly smaller in the treasury collection, each treasury book is far thicker and contains more strips than a regular book, and is furthermore less expensive, so treasury books are a real bargain. "The Indispensable Calvin & Hobbes" belongs to the Treasury collection, and was first released in 1992.
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This is an awesome book. I can read it over and over again and still laugh. Well worth the money.Published 2 days ago by LarryBear
I could hear my grand children laughing at the antics of Calvin and Hobbes.Published 3 days ago by Carol S. Block
Bill Watterson is a genius and most of his humor is still valid, 15 years later. While reading about Calvin and Hobbes, I remember what it was like being a kid on the loose. Read morePublished 10 days ago by W. C. Staub
Best comic ever written. I own the books and love that I can get them electronically. I grew up with these and now my kids have been able to enjoy them to. Brilliant.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Awesome book. Brings back memories of my childhood as I would flip through the comic section of the papers. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Richard Park
I remember reading Calvin and Hobbes books/comics in the 80's and loved it......so I had to relive some of those good ones but now on a kindle. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Stanley A. Helms