Information on the RappersEdit
Calvin and Hobbes is a daily comic strip by American cartoonist Bill Watterson that was syndicated from November 18, 1985 to December 31, 1995. It follows the humorous antics of Calvin, a precocious, mischievous, and adventurous six-year-old boy, and Hobbes, his sardonic stuffed tiger. The pair is named after John Calvin, a 16th-century French Reformation theologian, and Thomas Hobbes, a 17th-century English political philosopher. At the height of its popularity, Calvin and Hobbes was featured in over 2,400 newspapers worldwide. As of January 2015, reruns of the strip still appear in more than 50 countries. By 2010 nearly 45 million copies of the 18 Calvin and Hobbes books have been sold.
(Calvin's lyrics are in red, while Hobbes' are in orange.)
Calvin and Hobbes are coming in to crush these comic trolls,
Whose franchies have more flaws than opinion polls.
Tell me, what the devil is a Garfield?
I'm the true comic feline, superior in this field.
And Snoop Diggity Dog, you're as talented as Charlie Brown.
Get out of the way before our wagon runs you down!
A simple game of cat and dog, with a tiger in the mix.
Your genre is lame, while ours are satire and politics.
We ended in 1995 but our franchise wasn't milked to death,
While the two of you have movies and CGI, you silly pets.
Go to the desert and dehydrate with your brother.
We're Calvin and Hobbes, a dynamic duo unlike any other.
This business is hit or miss, funny or not, there's no area of grey.
Your sections of the paper are more boring than Dilbert's office space!
- They are the second duo to appear in a royale.
- They are the third duo to appear in general.
- However, they are the first duo to be comprised of a human and a non-human.
- They are the first rappers to enter a battle to do something someone else said, as Snoopy called Garfield a Hobbes wannabe.