Bill Watterson is the artist and creator of in my humble opinion the greatest comic strip of all time, Calvin and Hobbes. I was a bit too young to appreciate it while it was originally published from , but I started devouring the book collections soon after. I think my brother had a few of the treasury collections and I must have read those dozens of times. To me, Calvin and Hobbes is cartooning perfection — that rare strip that has both exquisite writing AND gorgeous artwork. A strip that managed to convey the joy of childhood, absurdity of humanity and power of imagination all through the relationship between a boy and his stuffed tiger.
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Hi Elle. I just came across this and read your post. I really hope you are doing well and living a meaningful life. All the best for you and your life. All kind of life and things have meaning, even what we think as negative is all good and has a reason to be created and to be there. We all are meaningfull. The idea of being created only to stroke the ego of a god is worse than no meaning at all. Read, look, learn, think, say it see whats inside our body, the organ system, tiny cells, the living and dead materials, look outside us.. Yes, please do this. The deeper you go into biology, the more you find out how terrible a design it would be.
It takes place after the first film , showing Po's training to becoming a successful Dragon Warrior, where the second film is, according to the series' developer Peter Hastings, "not unlike a very long, super-deluxe 3-D version of one of our episodes". The series was originally set to air on Nickelodeon in ,  but it was pushed back to instead. The series premiered with a special preview on September 19, , and began airing regularly on November 7. Airing ceased in the United States partway through season 3. Before finishing up in the United States, all the episodes aired already in other countries, for example on German Nicktoons in Germany from —   and then on YTV in Canada from —
When talking to comic book fans it can sometimes feel like they are speaking another language. Trade paperback? Variant cover?