Something Under The Bed Is Drooling (Calvin and Hobbes #2)

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Title: Something Under The Bed Is Drooling

Series: Calvin and Hobbes

Author/Artist: Bill Watterson

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars

Genre: Comics

Pages: 128

Format: Digital scan

 

Synopsis:

The further adventures of Calvin and his best friend Hobbes. We are introduced to Rosalyn the infamous babysitter. Susy the girl next door becomes more entrenched as the love/hate interest. And life as a kid is shown in all its glory and all its horror.

 

My Thoughts:

What a wonderful book. This was as good as the first. Since this is a series of daily strips, there is not an overall plot. You might get several comics in a row dealing with the same story arc, but that is it.

 

The art is simple and yet Watterson is able to portray so many intricate feelings and situations. It seems simple but if I were to try to portray these comics with words, I am not sure I could do it. Watterson does it with almost stick characters. I used the word “genius” in my review of the first book I believe and I can only say the same again.

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