Written and drawn by Bill Watterson from 1985 to 1995, “Calvin and Hobbes” is perhaps one of the most well known and greatest comic strips of our generation. Its theme captured the innocences of childhood and told the poignant tale of a boy and his limitless imagination. Now, thanks to the theme sketchbook of David Paggi, we get to see “Calvin & Hobbes” through the eyes of other comic artists and how they imagine them.

Some of the artists include “Kabuki’s” David Mack, Paul Hornschemeier of “Mother Come Home,” and Jim Rugg of “Afrodisiac.”

Source: Comicsalliance