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Calvin and Hobbes is an American newspaper comic strip by Bill Watterson, which centers around the adventures of the mischievous 6-year-old Calvin and stuffed tiger Hobbes, whom Calvin sees as his talking, anthropomorphic friend.
In the early 1980s, Watterson created a comic strip titled Critturs, which featured a character who was accompanied by a stuffed tiger. Watterson subsequently created a new series based on the character, which was subsequently picked up by Universal Press Syndicate. On November 22nd, 1985, the first Calvin and Hobbes strip was published and was syndicated in around 250 newspapers within a year.
in 2010 Michael "Bing" Yingling created the Calvin and Hobbes Search Engine which allows users to search for Calvin and Hobbes strips by date or text. On Deviantart a search for "Calvin and Hobbes" currently returns over 12,000 results with the earliest dating back to at least 2003. On October 31st, 2013 Canadian animator Adam Brown posted a 31-second animated clip of a Calvin and Hobbes strip on YouTube but it was later taken down by a copyright claim by Universal Uclick.
Calvin and Hobbes Log Bridge Parodies
Calvin and Hobbes Log Bridge Parodies refer to parodies of a scene in Calvin and Hobbes that depicts them walking over a log crossing a stream. The parodies usually depict two fictional characters crossing the log bridge over the creek.