Scientific Progress Goes 'boink': A Calvin And Hobbes Collection

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Andrews and McMeel Publishing, 1991 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 127 pages
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In five years of syndication, Calvin and Hobbes has become an American comic strip sensation, appearing in more than 1,800 newspapers daily and Sunday. The popularity of the strip is complemented by bestselling cartoon collections, which have sold more than one million copies apiece. In this latest collection, never before published in book form, Calvin and Hobbes are hilarious whether the two are philosophizing about the future of mankind ore plotting their latest scheme.

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User Review  - regularguy5mb - LibraryThing

This collection includes my absolute favorite Calvin and Hobbes story, the Duplicator. It's even where the title comes from for this one. Calvin makes a duplicate of himself to do his homework for him ... Read full review

Hilarious laughed out loud

User Review  - veegee - Overstock.com

As funny as all the other Calvin and Hobbes books in my collection. we can all identify with Calvin. A pity the author stopped creating them. Read full review

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