Hopefully Calvin and Hobbes need no introduction. If they do, then this post won’t mean quite as much to you, and you missed one great comic strip by Bill Watterson. It ran for 10 years and had avid readers, young and old alike…
Just in case you do require an introduction, Wikipedia says this about Calvin and Hobbes:
The daily comic strip follows the humorous antics of Calvin, a precocious, mischievous, and adventurous six-year-old boy, and Hobbes, his sardonic stuffed tiger. Calvin and Hobbes is set in the contemporary United States in an unspecified suburban area. The strip depicts Calvin’s flights of fantasy and his friendship with Hobbes, and also examines Calvin’s relationships with family and classmates. Hobbes’ dual nature is a defining motif for the strip: To Calvin, Hobbes is a live anthropomorphic tiger; all the other characters see him as an inanimate stuffed toy.
As for this post, Calvin and Hobbes One Last Time, Calvin is totally grown, married, with kids and grandkids… and he is on his deathbed, wanting to talk with Hobbes one last time. They have a good talk just before Calvin passes away. And then Hobbes… well, instead of me spoiling it for you, the entire read is below:
Calvin and Hobbes on Wikipedia