Scientific Progress Goes Boink: A Calvin and Hobbes Collection, Volume 6

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1991 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 127 pages
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Calvin and Hobbes touched the hearts (and funny bones) of the millions who read the award-winning strip. One look at this Calvin and Hobbes collection and it is immediately evident that Bill Watterson's imagination, wit, and sense of adventure were unmatched. In this collection, Calvin and his tiger-striped sidekick Hobbes are hilarious whether the two are simply lounging around philosophizing about the future of mankind or plotting their latest money-making scheme. Chock-full of the familiar adventures of Spaceman Spiff, findings of Dad's popularity poll, and time travel to the Jurrassic Age, Scientific Progress Goes "Boink" is guaranteed to set scientific inquiry back an ean--and advance the reading pleasure of all Calvin and Hobbes fans.

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Hilarious laughed out loud

User Review  - veegee -

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

How can you not love Calvin & Hobbes

User Review  - aharris1024 -

I love Bill Watterson and his whole Calvin & Hobbes collection. Scientific Progress Goes Boink A Calvin and Hobbes Collection will be my 9 year old sons first copy of a comic strip he has already grown to love. Im excited to share the fun and memorable characters with him. Read full review

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Bill Watterson is the creator of Calvin and Hobbes, one of the most popular and well-regarded cartoon strips of the twentieth century. Calvin and Hobbes appeared in newspapers from November 1985 until Watterson's retirement in 1995.


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