“Calvin and Hobbes” Shown As an Atari ST Game?

Johan Vinet made this 16-bit Atari ST start-up/login-screen for a never-was video game inspired by Bill Waterson’s classic comic strip, “Calvin and Hobbes”. I really love this, since I got my first “Calvin & Hobbes” book back in the late 1980’s, and just last year, I now own EVERY BOOK in the collection. Yay!  Also, a picture of my entire collection and a video of the start-up screen after the break!

My ENTIRE (& COMPLETE) Calvin & Hobbes Collections, from single-released books, collections books, and the hardcover complete editions!
My ENTIRE (& COMPLETE) Calvin & Hobbes Collections, from single-released books, collections books, and the hardcover complete editions!

Now calm down; this is just a mock-up of a SINGLE screen, and by no means insults the wishes of Mr. Waterson to not/never license “Calvin & Hobbes”. This is just another awesome piece of fan art for fans of the exploits of a boy and his stuffed tiger.

[Thanks Calvin and Hobbes – The Video Game from VINET Johan on Vimeo.]

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