(above title is my question)
What's on your mind?
Yep, so Susie Derkins is the only prominent character in Calvin and Hobbes with both a first and last name -- Calvin and other kids at his school has first only, his parents are totally unnamed, and his normal teacher, phys ed teach, and principal all have only a last name. But are there any other characters, be they minor or not, with a first and last name? Tracer Bullet is the only one I can think of. I'm just wondering if there are more.
According to a Reddit thread...
"Becoming an adult is probably the dumbest thing you could ever do!"
What do you people think?
I want to be able to delete a comment I made, and I don't know how. Whether it has or has not already been posted, I find it a little annoying that it can't be deleted by the user who posted it.
Several years ago, before the publication of the first Complete C&H collection, I found a web page listing all of the 17 other books listed in this wiki (or 18 if you include Teaching) plus at least one other, of which I can now not find any mention.
This missing book was rare even then, possibly unauthorized. I believe it was published in the UK. Similar to the familiar "Collections" titles, this book featured daily and Sunday strips. Unique to this lost book, however, was that the daily strips were expertly colorized so that the entire book had the same look throughout.
Does anyone know the title of this mystery book?
Has any one ever compiled Calvin's school experiences by subject? ie - him and math, his run ins with (mostly US) history...
Tommy Chestnutt? Who is he? Is he a student,or what?
Why is there no reference to tropes anywhere on this wiki?
The following page has a pretty thorough list of the tropes contained in Calvin and Hoppes:
It seems to me that this wiki would be rather incomplete without a discussion of culture, both of its reflection and influence.
For example, the page on Max should make a reference to how the character was 'Put on the bus'.
I'm looking for Calvin's exact quote when he first realizes that Roslyn has figured out the rules of Calvinball (i.e., that the rules are made up as you go along). He looks into Roslyn's eyes and says something like "Oh Oh, it's the glimmer of recognition".