Dear Mr. Watterson
The Era of Calvin & Hobbes

Dear Mr. Watterson - The Era of Calvin & Hobbes
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LEAH

I think you should let people read the comic in the video

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Adam

Excellente. Is a good look into the rise and end of Calvin & Hobbes.

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Ted

Loved it. Just thinking about Calvin & Hobbes always moves me. Has opened some new avenues of thought about Why Mr. Watterson did what he did and who he might be.

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