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Homicidal Psycho Jungle Cat Homicidal Psycho Jungle Cat Chronicles The Multifarious Adventures Of This Wild Child And His Faithful, But Skeptical, Friend If The Best Cartoons Compel Readers To Identify Themselves Within The Funny Frames, Then All Who Enjoy Calvin And Hobbes Are Creative, Imaginative, And Bad, Bad, Bad Calvin, The Irascible Little Boy With The Stuffed Tiger Who Comes To Life Are A Pair Bound For Trouble Boring School Lessons Become Occasions For Death Defying Alien Air Battles, Speeding Snow Sled Descents Elicit Philosophical Discussions On The Meaning Of Life, And Hobbe S Natural Inclination To Pounce On His Little Friend Wreaks Havoc On Calvin S Sense Of Security Calvin S The Kid We All Wish We D Been Sassy, Imaginative, Far Verbal Than His Parents Can Manage, Calvin Is The Quintessential Bad Boy And The Boy We Love To See He Terrorizes Little Susie, Offers Candid Opinions From A Neighborhood Stand, And Questions His Parents Authority What Assurance Do I Have That Your Parenting Isn T Screwing Me Up He Demands Calvin And Hobbes Manages To Say What Needs To Be Said About Childhood And Life Eww, Mud, Says Calvin Look At This Gooshy, Dirty, Slimy, Thick, Wet Mud Bleecch Talk About A Kid Magnet


10 thoughts on “Homicidal Psycho Jungle Cat

  1. says:

    The first ten pages involve Hobbes attacking Calvin from the shadows hence the title and cover art and sending him ominous coded letters that turn out to be schoolyard insults If Hobbes is real, why does Calvin tolerate this If Hobbes is imaginary, what does it say about Calvin that even his imaginary friends antagonize him We are free to wonder, as Watterson deliberately avoids answering them Frankly, answers might spoil the fun.C H s tendency toward melancholy is pronounced in this insta The first ten pages involve Hobbes attacking Calvin from the shadows hence the title and cover art and sending him ominous coded letters that turn out to be schoolyard insults If Hobbes is real, why does Calvin tolerate this If Hobbes is imaginary, what does it say about Calvin that even his imaginary friends antagonize him We are free to wonder, as Watterson deliberately avoids answering them Frankly, answers might spoil the fun.CH s tendency toward melancholy is pronounced in this installment Many strips find Calvin lamenting how little time he has left to be a kid, or even to live It s an odd complaint from a child character, especially in a comic strip Stuff like this is what gives this comic such unexpected depth.We see the best of Calvin s mom and her acidic sarcasm on one occasion, Calvin wants to learn parachuting, and Mom suggests playing chicken on the railroad tracks as a cheaper way to toy with death, I m sure Dad still offers inane explanations for the universe s mysteries and bemoans the passing of time We learn that Miss Wormwood copes with her job with two packs a day, unfiltered and the mantra five years until retirement, which is all pretty dark for this medium Susie has one of my favorite lines in all literature Usually, if you re calling any shots at all, you re not eating worms Watterson really showcases his art in this volume, with alien and Jurassic vistas spreading across the pages in vivid colors The later Calvin books always make me a bit sad, because I know I m nearing the end of the series But these later books are stellar in quality


  2. says:

    Witty and intriguing as always as it is Here are some of my favorite ones On Evolution On Parenting On Books On Talking Disclaimer I don t claim any right to any of the above images All belongs to Sir Bill Watterson. Witty and intriguing as always as it is Here are some of my favorite ones On Evolution On Parenting On Books On Talking Disclaimer I don t claim any right to any of the above images All belongs to Sir Bill Watterson.


  3. says:

    Probably my favorite of the Calvin and Hobbes collections, with some of the most memorable stories.


  4. says:

    May not be great literature, but Bill Watterson sees something which most of us don t My life has been diminished by not having the joy of opening the daily paper to some new insight to ourselves through his eyes.


  5. says:

    Best comic strip ever, period.


  6. says:

    I loved this book because it is hilarious, and basically the same as other Calivn and Hobbes books I didn t read it all in one go, instead I read 2 3 pages a day and then red my other books It is about Calvin and Hobbes adventures and Calvin s overactive imagination.


  7. says:

    I m just now marking this as read, but with no read date, because I just realized that I own it, and the chances that I own a Calvin Hobbes book that I have not read are incredibly small I m just now marking this as read, but with no read date, because I just realized that I own it, and the chances that I own a Calvin Hobbes book that I have not read are incredibly small


  8. says:

    Finally ,a Calvin and Hobbes book I can read in bed


  9. says:

    The cosmic horror and existentialism always gets me I call this The Torment of Existence Weighed Against the Horror of Nonbeing andI m significant Screamed the dust speck.