Ah, yes, I remember reading some of these as a kid. Fun times.
He joined..... that’s what happened to my roommate.... aahahaha
This was amazing
Yes, yes...soon enough, all will be converted into bronies!
perfect depiction of the change from hater to brony
I love this shop THIIIIIIIIIIS much.
Great one!Fits both Calvin&Hobbes and the FiM phenomenon very well!
I dislike it. Why do people automatically think 'girls shows' are bad. Such people know nothing about cartoons. This is the reason why this fandom makes me angry so many times. Ignorant babble about things they do not even give a chance, to use as an argument that FiM is good.
@AnonymousDid you eve read the whole thing? :/
Ah I remember reading this when I was younger. Those were the days.
@Megumi Apparently not
Calvin and Hobbes was Friendship is Magic of newspaper comics. Long live its spirit.
I loved Calvin & Hobbes back then and I still do. This is awesome!
I think anonymous completely missed the point of the comic. Plus he or she giving me mixed signals on FiM.
Which one of us Mario? We're pretty hard to pick out in a crowd. Unless you mean the one that's sounds like a cross between a troll and a brony... my mind snapped...
I have every single book-collection of calvin and hobbes comics.I approve of this shoop. :D
A troll and a brony? Hmm. A broly? Argh. No wait. Wrong cartoon. Nonsense level IS OVER 9000!
Calvin and Hobbes is still the greatest cartoon to ever hit newsprint. Anyone who says otherwise is truly a fool.
either way this comic is a fairly realistic representative of real world events. This happens.Moar please
I learned to read on Calvin and Hobbes, and looking back those books really shaped my life.Also, for those of you who are, like myself, dyed-in-the-wool Calvin and Hobbes fans, you might wanna go look up the documentary 'Dear Mr. Watterson", currently still in the works.This comic is glorious, at least to me.
Calving & Hobbes and Friendship Is Magic. Two fantastic flavours that go great together!
I've read a lot of Calvin and Hobbes, but it's been a while. And I haven't seen everything yet. So I'm wondering what is the original comic like?
@AnonymousYou mean this one? I believe it's about Calvin watching TV, even though he claims there's nothing on to watch. Hobbes says go outside, calvin says why he watches TV, and then yeah.Overall comic though... too hard to explain here?
Oh yeah I remember that one.Samefriend btw.
love this shoopahh, fond calvin and hobbes memories... *drags out his old Calvin and Hobbes books, brushes off the dust, and reads*good times.
Love Calvin & Hobbes. This shop really depicts the MLP phenomenon well.
Excellent shop :)
Can't tell if shopped or legit...
Hahaah. This is doubly awesome for me. In Norway, this comic is named Tommy og Tigern (Roughly translating into Tommy and the Tiger (Go originality!)) and I was named after the main character (Tommy) because of my hair xDNot to mention the comic strips themselves are hilarious xD
I cannot stop laughing!Whoever made this is a GOD.
And this fandom just keeps getting better. First, my favorite webcomic gives a shout out to MLP:FiM. Now there's this, my favorite newspaper comic (and the favorite newspaper comic of the webartist who creates my favorite webcomic) edited to sterling precision. Truly, comicking is magic.
well shopped, Cheddah!And yeah, growing up reading Calvin and Hobbes... <3 warm fuzzies here!
I love you forever for this. I own every single Calvin and Hobbes comic ever made. Ever. This is fantastic. I only wish I had thought of it first.
Calvin & Hobbes forms much of the basis for how I understand and approach the world. It's always heartwarming to see it crop up now and again, to know that it's probably touched others' lives as it has my own.
@MegumiYes, I did. It defends this show and actually agrees with girls shows being bad. That just isn't true and I hate how everyone has an opinion about something they do not know. Or making assumptions. @AnonymousHello, example.
Hobbes is just learned a important lesson XD
Calvin and Hobbes was before my time, but it's still my favorite comic, both now and when I was growing up. That said, this is awesome.
My grandma took me to go see Bill Waterson lecture at KSU when I was younger. I feel that he would approve of this comic. Also, Ohio Love FTW.
Wow! Thanks, guys! I'm so flattered and happy that you guys liked this so much! I didn't think it'd get NEARLY the response that it did, and this is just the first day! Because of the positive feedback, I am now intending to make some more of these. I have some ideas, and it'll be hard to work around the original strips, but I'll punch them out as fast as I can!Thanks again for all the kind feedback!
@MoronSonOfBoronSame for me. I've read and re-read C&H over and over through my entire life, and it has also shaped the way I view the world. I'm so glad that others treasure and love this comic as much as I do.
...Magnificent.I'm sure this happens frequently. How I <3 Calvin & Hobbes.
If it was Calvin yelling at Hobbes about it, I would like it more.
@Megumi]I read the whole book. And I remember this part. But its remade.It wasnt about MLP
Perfectly captures Calvin and Hobbes, and perfectly captures the transition to bronydom.
This is genius...absolutely genius
I think Calvin just explained the same reasons why I love this show.