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Often, Calvin offers merchandise no one would want, such as "suicide drink", "a swift kick in the butt" for one dollar,  or a "frank appraisal of your looks" for fifty cents. In one strip, he sells "happiness" for ten cents: Calvin hit the customer in the face with a water balloon, explaining that he meant his own happiness. In another strip, he sold "insurance", firing a slingshot at those who refused to download it. In some strips, he tried to sell "great ideas", and in one earlier strip, he attempted to sell the family car to obtain money for a grenade launcher.
In yet another strip, he sells "life" for five cents, where the customer receives nothing in return, which, in Calvin's opinion, is life. The box has also functioned as a secret meeting place for G. Calvin and Hobbes playing Calvinball with an assortment of sporting equipment.
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Other kids' games are all such a bore! They've gotta have rules and they gotta keep score! Calvinball is better by far! It's never the same! It's always bizarre!
You don't need a team or a referee! You know that it's great, 'cause it's named after me! Calvinball is a nomic or self-modifying game, a contest of wits, skill and creativity rather than stamina or athletic skill. The game is portrayed as a rebellion against conventional team sports  and became a staple of the final 5 years of the comic.
The only consistent rules of the game are that Calvinball may never be played with the same rules twice  and that each participant must wear a mask. Scoring is portrayed as arbitrary and nonsensical "Q to 12" and "oogy to boogy"  and the lack of fixed rules leads to lengthy argument between the participants as to who scored, where the boundaries are, and when the game is finished. He uses the snowman for social commentary, revenge, or pure enjoyment.
Examples include Snowman Calvin being yelled at by Snowman Dad to shovel the snow; one snowman eating snow cones scooped out of a second snowman, who is lying on the ground with an ice-cream scoop in his back; a "snowman house of horror"; and snowmen representing the people he hates.
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There was even an occasion on which Calvin accidentally brought a snowman to life and it made itself and a small army into "deranged mutant killer monster snow goons. For example, Calvin has complained more than once about the lack of originality in other people's snow art and compared it with his own grotesque snow sculptures. In one of these instances, Calvin and Hobbes claim to be the sole guardians of high culture; in another, Hobbes admires Calvin's willingness to put artistic integrity above marketability, causing Calvin to reconsider and make an ordinary snowman.
Wagon and sled[ edit ] Calvin and Hobbes frequently ride downhill in a wagon , sled , or toboggan , depending on the season, as a device to add some physical comedy to the strip and because, according to Watterson, "it's a lot more interesting The club was founded in the garage of their house. To clear space for its activities, Calvin and purportedly Hobbes push Calvin's parents' car, causing it to roll into a ditch but not suffer damage ; the incident necessitates changing the club's location to Calvin's treehouse.
They hold meetings to attempt to annoy Susie Derkins. Notable actions include planting a fake secret tape near her in attempt to draw her in to a trap, trapping her in a closet at their house, and creating elaborate water balloon traps. They go into Calvin's treehouse for their club meetings and often get into fights during them. The password to get into the treehouse is intentionally long and difficult, which has on at least one occasion ruined Calvin's plans.
As Hobbes is able to climb the tree without the rope, he is usually the one who comes up with the password, which often involves heaping praise upon tigers. An example of this can be seen in the comic strip where Calvin, rushing to get into the treehouse to throw things at a passing Susie Derkins, insults Hobbes, who is in the treehouse and thus has to let down the rope.
Hobbes forces Calvin to say the password for insulting him. By the time Susie arrives, in time to hear Calvin saying some of the password, causing him to stumble, Calvin is on "Verse Seven: Tigers are perfect! The opportunity to pelt Susie with something having passed, Calvin threatens to turn Hobbes into a rug. The club anthem begins: "Ohhhh Gross, best club in the cosmos These include 11 collections, which form a complete archive of the newspaper strips, except for a single daily strip from November 28, The collections do contain a strip for this date, but it is not the same strip that appeared in some newspapers.
Treasuries usually combine the two preceding collections with bonus material and include color reprints of Sunday comics. Watterson included some new material in the treasuries. The scene is based on Watterson's home town of Chagrin Falls, Ohio , and Calvin is holding the Chagrin Falls Popcorn Shop , an iconic candy and ice cream shop overlooking the town's namesake falls.
In The Essential Calvin and Hobbes, Watterson presents a long poem explaining a night's battle against a monster from Calvin's perspective. A complete collection of Calvin and Hobbes strips, in three hardcover volumes totaling pages, was released on October 4, , by Andrews McMeel Publishing. It includes color prints of the art used on paperback covers, the treasuries' extra illustrated stories and poems, and a new introduction by Bill Watterson in which he talks about his inspirations and his story leading up to the publication of the strip.
The alternate strip is still omitted, and two other strips January 7, , and November 25, have altered dialogue. I know this is a bit late But pleaseee reupload!!!
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If I had rolled along with the strip's popularity and repeated myself for another five, ten, or twenty years, the people now "grieving" for Calvin and Hobbes would be wishing me dead and cursing newspapers for running tedious, ancient strips like mine instead of acquiring fresher, livelier talent. And it's got every kind of quality warez imaginable. You don't need a team or a referee!
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