FANDOM


m (Replacing One-Time Characters with One-time characters (automatic))
 
(11 intermediate revisions by 3 users not shown)
Line 2: Line 2:
 
*514 1986: Waiter in restaurant.
 
*514 1986: Waiter in restaurant.
 
*7/6 1986: Beachgoers.
 
*7/6 1986: Beachgoers.
*7/20 1986: Fleeing pedestrians.
 
 
*7/24 of 7/21 through 7/26 1986 story arc: Children in Rosalyn's swimming lessons.
 
*7/24 of 7/21 through 7/26 1986 story arc: Children in Rosalyn's swimming lessons.
*9/14 1986: One of Calvin's classmates.
+
*8/7 1987: Man in restaurant.
*10/10 1986: Another one of Calvin's classmates.
+
*2/3 1989: Other waiter in restaurant.
*10/19 1986: Yet another one of Calvin's classmates.
+
*1/26/1990: The [[extra duplicate]].
  +
==Metafictional extras==
  +
  +
Metafictional extras appear in fantasies of Calvin's. They are usually seen in the background and rarely appear more than once. They include:
  +
* 7/20 1986: Pedestrians fleeing from [[Calvin the Giant]].
  +
* 12/11 1987: Lynch mob for [[Calvin the Criminal]].
  +
* 2/5 1989: Pedestrians and motorists fleeing from a possible ''Tyrannosaurus''.
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:Characters]]
  +
[[Category:One-time characters]]
  +
[[Category:Extremely minor characters]]

Latest revision as of 14:37, May 23, 2020

Extras are minor characters in Calvin and Hobbes that have no dialogue and are not mentioned or named by other characters. They are usually seen in the background and rarely appear more than once. They include:

  • 514 1986: Waiter in restaurant.
  • 7/6 1986: Beachgoers.
  • 7/24 of 7/21 through 7/26 1986 story arc: Children in Rosalyn's swimming lessons.
  • 8/7 1987: Man in restaurant.
  • 2/3 1989: Other waiter in restaurant.
  • 1/26/1990: The extra duplicate.

Metafictional extrasEdit

Metafictional extras appear in fantasies of Calvin's. They are usually seen in the background and rarely appear more than once. They include:

  • 7/20 1986: Pedestrians fleeing from Calvin the Giant.
  • 12/11 1987: Lynch mob for Calvin the Criminal.
  • 2/5 1989: Pedestrians and motorists fleeing from a possible Tyrannosaurus.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.