Watterson’s Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

Watterson’s Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

For 1985 to 1995 Bill Watterson graced us with the daily comic strips of the chuckle -inducing Calvin, the audaciously caustic Hobbes. Supposedly named after the French theologian John Calvin and English philosopher Thomas Hobbes they both juggle the nuisances of life with a zeal to live, inquire and investigate their surroundings tripping and stumbling on the way. The wit, humour and wordly relevance of Watterson’s comic – now a rarity in the comic-strip world – continues to provide an escape to Neverland with this dynamic duos’ impulsive ventures. Here are some of the illustrations that brought the philosopher and theologian to life and the reader to into a wormhole to their infancy.


Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
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Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks

 

 
Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes Artworks


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