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The Complete Calvin & Hobbes

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by imported_Europe, Nov 28, 2005.

  1. The Complete Calvin & Hobbes

    Discussion started by imported_Europe - Nov 28, 2005

    Yeah so I have just been blessed with this awesome Complete Collected Edition of Calvin & Hobbes.

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    The three volumes inside the box brings together every Calvin and Hobbes cartoon that has ever appeared in syndication, along with stories and poems from classic collections.
    A total of 1432 heavy printed colour pages, weighing 26,5 pounds (12kilos).


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  2. -Rage-

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    -Rage- - Replied Nov 28, 2005

    Wow, that's hot.

    How much?
     
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  3. imported_Europe - Replied Nov 28, 2005

    amazon.com has it listed at an amazingly low 105 dollars.
    Its well worth every penny and I expect my edition to be in my family for generations.

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    Best comic ever, hands down.
     
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    SteveAustin - Replied Nov 28, 2005

    Looks dope.

    I'd also like to have this:

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    The Complete Far Side Leather-Bound Set [Signed Limited Edition] (Leather Bound)
     
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    PushbuttonWarfare - Replied Nov 28, 2005

    Since that came out Barnes and Noble has been putting all the other Calvin and Hobbes collections on clearance, which kindof sucks since the strip wont be as accessable to people since they'll be forced to buy the complete collection. I already own all the books(even the treasuries which contain part of other books), but I'm probably going to have to own this. It does look incredible. I like the rumors that watterson just paints landscapes now and then burns them when he's done.
     
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    Gunm - Replied Nov 28, 2005

    very nice Europe.

    I pretty much stopped reading the comics page when Calvin and Hobbes was discontinued.
     
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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Nov 28, 2005

    YEAH!
     
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    I must have it.
     
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    treal
     
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    Fondles - Replied Nov 28, 2005

    shit awesome. fuckin cool, i want that. one of my favorite comics ever. Far side was also cool as a muthatrucka. I lol often reading those.
     
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    I have heard that Bill Watterson is going to come back and do calvin and hobbes either in the paper or make one last book. I heard this maybe 2 or so months ago. Any one else heard of it. Id love to see him do some new calvin and hobbes comics. Best comic ever.
     
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    Krakatau - Replied Nov 28, 2005

    Fucking christ. I have to buy that. I've already got all the other books and all that... but damn.

    Bill Waterson is one of my favorite artists ever.
    Best comic strip ever.
    Damn, I hope he does come back for new comics. Like really damn bad.
     
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    GamblersGrin - Replied Nov 28, 2005

    whats 26,5? its so filled with endless possiblilties. commas will end life as we dont know it.
     
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    mr.yuck - Replied Nov 28, 2005

    I remember reading these books in 2nd grade or so and loving it. Years later when i picked the books back up and re read them, I gained a whole new appreciation for his humor. I also attribute a good portion of my vocabulary to reading these books as a kid. Watterson is number one in the streets.
     
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