Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes (Pop Classics #10)

Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes (Pop Classics #10)

A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the strip won numerous awards and drew tens of millions of readers from all around the world. The story A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just abo...

DownloadRead Online
Title:Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes (Pop Classics #10)
Author:Michael Hingston
Rating:
Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes
ISBN
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:120 pages pages

Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes (Pop Classics #10) Reviews

  • Alexis
    Jun 05, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Alexis
    Jul 04, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

  • Jen
    Oct 13, 2017

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Crissy Calhoun
    Oct 21, 2017

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    Calvin and Hobbes was my generations' reason to read the newspaper, and Michael Hingston examines why. This book kept me reading way past bedtime. It made me happy/sad. Let's Go Exploring is written conversationally which I really appreciated. He captures all the whimsy and yes, the sa...

    ...

  • Janet
    Jul 08, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    Calvin and Hobbes was my generations' reason to read the newspaper, and Michael Hingston examines why. This book kept me reading way past bedtime. It made me happy/sad. Let's Go Exploring is written conversationally which I really appreciated. He captures all the whimsy and yes, the sa...

  • Holly Senecal
    May 04, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    Calvin and Hobbes was my generations' reason to read the newspaper, and Michael Hingston examines why. This book kept me reading way past bedtime. It made me happy/sad. Let's Go Exploring is written conversationally which I really appreciated. He captures all the whimsy and yes, the sa...

    ...

    ...

    Our family are all huge Calvin and Hobbes fans so having the opportunity to read and review Lets Go Exploring was really amazing. I appreciate Michael Hingston and all his efforts to put the new perspective on one of the most loved comic strips of all time. I hope the word has gotten o...

  • K.
    Mar 04, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

  • Nathaniel Darkish
    Feb 14, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

  • Ben
    Feb 10, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

  • Paul
    May 09, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    Calvin and Hobbes was my generations' reason to read the newspaper, and Michael Hingston examines why. This book kept me reading way past bedtime. It made me happy/sad. Let's Go Exploring is written conversationally which I really appreciated. He captures all the whimsy and yes, the sa...

    ...

    ...

    Our family are all huge Calvin and Hobbes fans so having the opportunity to read and review Lets Go Exploring was really amazing. I appreciate Michael Hingston and all his efforts to put the new perspective on one of the most loved comic strips of all time. I hope the word has gotten o...

    ...

    ...

  • Nick
    Jun 29, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Douglas Joseph
    Feb 06, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    Calvin and Hobbes was my generations' reason to read the newspaper, and Michael Hingston examines why. This book kept me reading way past bedtime. It made me happy/sad. Let's Go Exploring is written conversationally which I really appreciated. He captures all the whimsy and yes, the sa...

    ...

    ...

  • Joe K
    Mar 13, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

  • Reagan Kapasi
    Jun 26, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Ameema Saeed
    Apr 14, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

  • Dessa
    Apr 19, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

  • Laura (Book Scrounger)
    Feb 07, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

  • Dave
    Feb 04, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

  • Diane
    Jul 09, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

  • Lyle Blosser
    May 26, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

  • Audrey Adamson
    Feb 27, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

  • Christopher Schmitz
    Mar 08, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

  • Nate
    Feb 02, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

  • Peter Raaymakers
    Jun 28, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    Calvin and Hobbes was my generations' reason to read the newspaper, and Michael Hingston examines why. This book kept me reading way past bedtime. It made me happy/sad. Let's Go Exploring is written conversationally which I really appreciated. He captures all the whimsy and yes, the sa...

    ...

    ...

    Our family are all huge Calvin and Hobbes fans so having the opportunity to read and review Lets Go Exploring was really amazing. I appreciate Michael Hingston and all his efforts to put the new perspective on one of the most loved comic strips of all time. I hope the word has gotten o...

    ...

  • Nathan
    Feb 08, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

  • Janice
    Mar 12, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

  • ECW Press
    Oct 11, 2017

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Cindy Greatrex
    Jul 12, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Surabhi Singh
    Jun 06, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...

    A very enjoyable retrospective on Calvin and Hobbes and the man behind the panels. In addition to the thorough yet very approachable analysis of various aspects of the strip, I especially enjoyed learning more about Mr. Watterson's post-C&H time, and the wide range of tributes to h...

    ...

    ...

  • AUstralian First Time
    Jun 08, 2018

    At one time, before the advent of that internet thing, we all read newspapers, pretty much everyday. And, on Sundays, we devoted hours to going through all the Sunday sections, most particularly, everyone's favorite section - the Sunday funnies. Nowadays newspapers barely exist and the...

    Let's Go Exploring: Calvin and Hobbes was an entertaining and informative book for me since, although I very much enjoy Calvin and Hobbes, I didn't discover it until well after its newspaper run had ended (I didn't learn to read until about halfway through it, and we were overseas for ...

    The trouble with this book is that it instilled an instant, insistent urge in me to run out and buy the definitive box set special edition of Calvin and Hobbes and read nothing else for the next week. This books does a couple of things, and all of them well: it?s a history of Cal...

    A great, short read about the advent of Calvin & Hobbes, stories of its creator, brief tellings of its impact on our culture, and our fasciation with both the author and his creation. I don't really know anyone who doesn't treasure the old comic strip, and Hingston is inviting us a...

    I received a digital copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read previous entries in the Pop Classics series and really enjoyed them - it gives you a slim, in-depth look at the deeper meaning and legacy a piece of pop culture might have had. Calvin and Ho...

    My family and I were/are huge C/H fans. We bought our sons every book published and bought replacements when they wore out. So I am very enthusiastic about this book. The author has done his research and presents an entertaining and insightful book. Highly recommended. My thanks to Ne...

    A detailled look at the history of Calvin and Hobbes. This was a fun pop culture read. ...

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book, from the publisher (ECW Press), in exchange for my honest feedback. An entertaining and informative read about the creation of everyone?s favourite comic, Calvin & Hobbes. More than just a biography of the comic?s creator (B...

    I got a chance to peek under the hood at the newest Calvin and Hobbes book? So, it?s more of a Bill Watterson book than a Calvin and Hobbes book, but I was excited nonetheless. Michael Hingston?s Let?s Go Exploring is an interesting peek at the inner battles between the famousl...

    I received a free copy of this in exchange for a fair review from NetGalley. I really enjoyed this book. I'd previously read Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip by Nevin Martell, and I was a little hesitant to r...

    I have been a long-time fan of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, just like the book asserts many people are. No one actively dislikes the comic and it?s easy to see why. With its layered look at the world and its ability to stretch the imagination, the comic allowed us to escape rea...

    I?m glad I came across this book. It?s a great little overview of Calvin and Hobbes and its history. Like millions of others, I love Calvin and Hobbes and it?s been important to me since I was a kid. While there aren?t a ton of new insights into the strip itself, this volume wa...

    As an educational reference for the unforgettable Clavin and Hobbes, Let's Go Exploring gives a lot of background and explains why we lost Calvin and company too soon. If you are a casual fan, you won't like this book. This isn't some fun insight into the comics. At first, I was discou...

    Overall an interesting book about my all-time favorite comic strip and its creator. Well-written and researched, interesting while avoiding becoming boring. ...

    A fascinating investigation of a beloved comic strip The internet is home to impassioned debates on just about everything, but there?s one thing that?s universally beloved: Bill Watterson?s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Until its retirement in 1995 after a ten-year run, the s...