There's treasure everywhere! Hop into the transmogrifier and turn youself into a kid again (ok, fine...just use the time machine) as Nathan looks at Bill Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes one glorious strip at a time. Yukon Ho!
42: "Your stupid chromosome'" Dec 29th, 1985
On this we learn a little about gender expression, and why we must never assume the gender of killer oatmeal. This episode was recorded in beautiful Red Feather Lakes, Colorado. Here's a link to the article referenced in the episode: Sex Redefined: The Idea of 2 Sexes Is Overly Simplistic, By Claire Ainsworth.
41: "Play 'house'" Dec 28th, 1985 (EXTENDED)
How do you play house? It probably depends on how you were raised. Susie Derkins gives us some insight into her home life in this thrilling strip of Calvin and Hobbes, and I talk about it of course.
40: "What are you DOING to the coffee table?" Dec 27th, 1985
It's been 25 years since we said goodbye to Calvin and Hobbes with one of the greatest and most iconic comic strips of all time. THIS strip about the nails in a coffee table...also happened...earlier.
39: "...mom will notice we're missing by then" Dec 26, 1985
It's the debut of the snowy sled-style strip. Enjoy now, ok?
38: "You squeeze my tears out" Dec 25, 1985 (Nathan host)
In this episode we again learn that Christmas isn't about presents, but more about your presence. Calvin and Hobbes teach us this on a very special holiday strip (and episode. Enjoy!
37: "As soon as he drops the bag down" Dec 24, 1985 (Sean solo)
It's flue season! On Christmas eve you have to do a few things:
go to bed early
leave out milk and cookies
plan to steal presents and keep Santa out
drink the milk (room temp, ew) and cookies
Sean German from 5 Minutes of Mime podcast hosts this episode!
Can you plz come back a PLZ!!!
This podcast is the perfect thing for people who are serious about comics but is also enjoyable who are unable to buy the books. I also recommend reading along with him if you have the book
This is how Calvin would review podcast🤪🤣😂
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