Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Hump Day Nerdgasm (apparently, a semiregular thing)

We've all seen fan art for grown-up Calvin and Hobbes, yes? There's a LOT a lot floating around the interwebs. Some of it is sad. Some of it is funny. All of it makes you want to hug your favorite stuffed animal.

But I have a favorite. A dear friend who always makes sure I experience no shortage of GIFs sent these to me a while ago, and I can't believe I've never shared them here . . . here in my sharing place where I share things.

Without further ado, I present to you . . . Calvin and Hobbes, secret agents.

And their arch nemeses . . . Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh.

I always feared his honey problem would lead him to a life of crime.

This Hump Day Nerdgasm has been brought to you by kizer180. Visit the artist's deviantART page for more brilliant deviations.


  1. "
    I always feared his honey problem would lead him to a life of crime."

    I love you AND your hilariousness.

    I've actually never seen grown-up art for them, but I don't think I've been looking in the right places (i.e. I stay on tumblr, where people post gif sets of the latest episode of HIMYM). CALVIN AND HOBBES COME BACK TO USSSSSSSSSSSS.

  2. You should totally troll for grown-up Calvin & Hobbes art! Some of it makes me WEEP. Like there's one where grown-up Calvin gives Hobbes to his daughter. Oh dear heavens...I can't's SO GOOD.

    AND THIS ONE, which is not grown-up Calvin & Hobbes but is anti-Ritalin Calvin & Hobbes and also gives me the weepies.

  3. Ok, the latter I've seen, but that's the ONLY fanart C&H I've seen.

    Remember how those were coming out when we were appropriately small and they helped teach us about life and I LOVE THEM SO MUCH.

  4.  Wow, so that comic is the saddest thing ever.

    Christopher Robin & Pooh make the perfect Calvin & Hobbes nemesis. Even if Pooh still looks adorable. He needs to look more sinister. CR gets it.

  5. I can't say enough good things about C&H. I can TRY...but it will never be enough good things.

  6. Christopher Robin and his black turtleneck. Pure evil.