Calvin: I guess I'd never thought about that. Alien 1: We are taking over your world. Calvin and Hobbes, created by Bill Watterson, was a daily comic strip that ran for 10 years. Here’s what Bill Watterson, the creator of the strip, had to say about the matter: “WEST: Well, in a way that says more about Calvin than Hobbes because Hobbes is implicitly, explicitly just a product of his imagination. Calvin and Hobbes is not, nor should it ever be similar to Garfield, to Calvin and Hobbes fans, the comparison is nothing less then disgusting, when considering the wishes of Watterson himself. It’s about the adventures of Calvin, a six-year-old with an overactive imagination, and Hobbes, his stuffed toy tiger. Alien 2: A good fixer upper. Alien 1: Charm, atmosphere, quiet galaxy... Hobbes: Actually, the atmosphere needs cleaning. Calvin: You are?? The first time he tasted Calvin's cereal, Hobbes clutched at his throat, suffocated by sugar, stammering "S-sw-sw-sw SWEET". Calvin: So, uh, what can I do for you? Hobbes has eaten Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs on a few occasions, such as to help Calvin earn a prize. The author always said Calvin teased Susie because he liked her so here they are in their adulthood and what if Hobbes was real. It was an old comic strip that ran from the mid 80s to about 95 and a very popular strip about a boy with his stuffed tiger who came to life in his imagination. Calvin and Hobbes is unquestionably one of the most popular comic strips of all time. (A comic strip is a series of drawings used to tell jokes.) Alien 1: Earth is prime real estate. Alien 2: Location, location, location. The title characters Calvin, an imaginative, adventurous 6 year old boy and Hobbes, a walking, talking tiger to Calvin and a stuffed tiger to everyone else that sees him. The tiger expresses none of Calvin's enthusiasm for the cereal, rightly considering it as unhealthy and disgusting. The set consists of 3 minifigures, Calvin, Hobbes and Susie Derkins. What for?? In my opinion, she'd like Hobbes more than Calvin.