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Monday, December 31, 2007

This Day In Arf History: Calvin and Hobbes Ends

A day for endings and new beginnings: on this day in 1995, Calvin and Hobbes ended its long and memorable run. Check out the final strip below:


C. Yoe (in the funny papers)

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3 Responses to “This Day In Arf History: Calvin and Hobbes Ends”

  1. DJ David B. Says:

    This brings a tear to my eye.

  2. Michael Burton Says:

    This was one great comic strip. I’m still wondering what Watterson will do next — still hoping that he’s got something left to say.

  3. Vince Musacchia Says:

    I still miss this strip. With the exceptions of Opus and Doonsbury, nothing comes close in today’s comics sections. One would have thought that after Ketcham and Schulz there would be nothing to add in a strip centered around a young boy, but in my opinion Watterson trumped them both.

    I’d love to read some new Calvin & Hobbes someday, in children’s book form or extended stories.

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