By Ingmar Decker
„Ach, Mist!“ Das ist der Grundton der Cartoons und comedian Strips in diesem Buch. Mal in Moll, mal in Dur, mal in Farbe, aber meistens in Schwarz-Weiß und tristem Grau.
Ärger, Frust, Angst, Enttäuschung, Sorge, schlechte Laune, Gejammer, Genörgel, na ja, used to be es halt so alles gibt im Leben.
Ganz normaler Wahnsinn additionally, der hier zeichnerisch dargestellt ist.
Eine heitere und illustre Auswahl an Cartoons und comedian Strips zum Thema aus den vergangenen Schaffensjahren des Zeichners.
Mit 113 Zeichnungen – davon sixteen in Farbe. Mit Seitenzahlen. Ohne sonstigen Schnickschnack.
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As a result, Derrida highlights the role that absence plays in determining the contextual parameters of a text such as Calvin and Hobbes. The ﬁrst is the ability to do exactly what Hobbes does: be present and absent simultaneously. Derrida clariﬁes this effect: “This operation of supplementation ... ”60 The reparation is, in effect, the play that contains the secret of literature. ”61 The tension that this duality generates provides the basis for Calvin and Hobbes’ adventures and, moreover, the events that follow.
As a result, this strip reveals not how deeply Watterson embeds his intellectual allusions into the text, but rather how he expands the range of meanings the text supports. Richard Kearney offers a helpful analysis of this dynamic: “The ‘perhaps’ thus solicits a ‘yes’ to what is still to come, beyond all plans, programs, and predictions. ”98 The text refuses hermeneutical closure, and, consequently, one ﬁnds another example of the dynamic that Watterson captures so well in the ﬁnal strip of Calvin and Hobbes.
Once the strip is published, readers bring their own experiences to it, and the work takes on a life of its own. 71 Watterson’s explanation echoes the responsibility that any reader has for engaging the text on the text’s terms. ”72 In positing the readings below, it is important to highlight the extent to which this chapter (and, indeed, this project) draw on theoretical/critical sources. Reading Calvin and Hobbes through Deconstruction’s lens reveals the intellectual ballast that the strip contains.