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This article explains the functions of certain places in Calvin and Hobbes: Principal Locations Calvin's house - Where most of the activity takes place., Calvin's school- Another place Calvin is frequently seen., Calvin's
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In Calvin and Hobbes, story arcs are a theme or plotline that lasts longer than a day. They can range from a few days to a month, such as the arc with Calvin accidentally pushing
Rosalyn, sometimes called Roz, is a supporting character in Calvin and Hobbes. She is Calvin's babysitter and a senior in high school. Calvin thinks she is evil, although she is simply strict because of
Calvin and Hobbes avoids parody of specific figures and products, but has nevertheless made a number of references to corporations and media. Media Astro Boy – In the 2/23 through 2/28 1987 story arc
Calvin often takes off his clothes in various places, including his house and the woods. This is sometimes because of Hobbes putting in his comment on human life. "It'll build character!" This article is
There were several places described only as "an uncharted planet" or something similar. One
The Washing machine is one of the recurring places in Calvin and Hobbes. It usually appears when Hobbes takes a bath.
The Dryer is one of the recurring places in Calvin and Hobbes. It is usually appears when Hobbes is drying himself.
may understand his speech. But the speech is incomprehensible to everyone in the class: Miss Wormwood speaks up to end Calvin's gibberish, while an unseen student suggests that he be in a special school.
Wigglepedia is a database for The Wiggles, a children's music group that formed in 1991. The Wiggles have released close to fifty albums and video's and toured relentlessly, not just in Australia, but in the USA, Canada, Europe, Asia and…