On December 31st, 1995 the very last Calvin and Hobbes story was syndicated and these two friends went into legendary status as one of the best cartoon strips ever published. Even now it resonates and attracts new fans, such was the power of Bill Watterson’s story of innocence and wonder.
Calvin and Hobbes Birthday Cake by the Sweetsfairy
A Calvin and Hobbes Birthday Cake for my 42nd year by my darling wife Jean aka as the Sweets fairy, thank you my Darling. You can view more of this awesome Birtday cake after the jump. To contact the Sweets fairy for your own Calvin and Hobbes Cake you can click here. Continue reading
Unconditional Hugs, Teddy Bear and his Boy Comic Strip by Nick Davis
Life comes at you fast, and sometimes things you expect to happen, just don’t, it doesn’t mean you’ve failed, it just means it wasn’t your time yet. It can make you lose sight of what is the moment important thing in life, finding your own way. Continue reading
‘Let’s Dance’ my Calvin and Hobbes Tribute by Nick Davis
Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson was one of those classic strips that made you smile, that had a touch of wonder of joy in its telling. I discovered Calvin and Hobbes a lot later than most people, but I am spellbound the storytelling that Bill weaves… I can only hope I catch a speck of this in my Teddy Bear Tales. Continue reading
Bill Watterson – A Cartoonist Advice from Zen Comics
Isn’t this what we all want out of our life, that golden moment of finding satisfaction of just being? This excellent comic that I discovered at the start of the week is a journey I would life to take and in many ways trying to make for myself. When I first encountered this strip I thought it was from the most excellent Bill Watterson (Calvin and Hobbes), certainly it is his words. I found out the art was from Gavin Aung Than of Zen Pencils which is an amazing website of comic strips based off life quotes, stories and poems.