|EPIC DREAM: It's An Epic World Out There, Hobbes!
Author: Arandomdude345 PM
The first in my series of stories centering on what happened with other cartoon characters during the events of my story EPIC DREAM: The Fanfic. Namely, Calvin and Hobbes and Hey Arnold! You might want to read EPIC DREAM: The Fanfic first so this will make more sense. Multiple Chapters. Rating could go up. Weird summary...Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Adventure/Humor - Calvin & Arnold - Chapters: 2 - Words: 1,527 - Reviews: 4 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 06-23-12 - Published: 05-29-12 - id: 8163451
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EPIC DREAM: It's An Epic World Out There, Hobbes!
(Author Notes: Whew! Finally updated this story! Sorry for the long wait, something was blocking the way…I own none of the characters shown of course…)
Arnold helped Calvin out of the dumpster, where Calvin also saw another kid alongside Arnold with really tall hair.
"How'd you wind up in the dumpster, kid?" Gerald asked, "Harold throw you in?"
"Who's Harold?" Calvin asked, "Hobbes and I were riding our wagon down Killer Crevice when there was an earthquake, and the next thing we knew we were in there."
Arnold and Gerald were confused, an earthquake struck their town, too, but things weren't really badly damaged, but Calvin said he had been riding down a hill when he suddenly landed in the dumpster, but there wasn't a large hill or ravine in sight.
Arnold happened to look up on a whim, and what he saw took his breath away.
Up in the sky was a big landmass that had a pencil drawn appearance, and there was a hill at the edge.
"I think he's right," Arnold said, "where did that come from anyways?"
Suddenly, another earthquake struck and another landmass appeared right in the middle of the elevated highway, causing a traffic jam.
"Maybe we should go home, Arnold," Gerald said, "I don't feel safe out here."
Gerald said bye and headed home.
"So, your name is Calvin, right?" Arnold asked, "You can stay at my place until we figure out how to get you home."
Calvin wasn't sure if he should go with him, but who knew what could happen if he stayed out, there were probably worse people than Moe or Rosalyn (at least to him) out here, like this Harold that Gerald brought up.
"Oh well," Calvin decided, getting Hobbes out of the dumpster, "may as well."
So Calvin followed Arnold back to the boardhouse.
"Calvin, you need to get in the tub, right now!" Calvin's Mom called for the 3rd time.
There was no response. Mom went up and found the room empty and the window open.
After a brief freak out, Mom dove down the stairs and she and Dad began looking for him.
"Calvin! I know you're hiding somewhere!"
They found that his wagon was missing, so they figured that Calvin had run off with his toy tiger to almost kill themselves.
Suddenly the earth began shaking, much like it had a little while ago but harder.
Mom and Dad ran for safety, as a landmass appeared over the town. It looked like a forest; an unusual looking beaver dam could be seen close to the edge.
"We need to find that kid before he gets hurt," Dad said.
They hurried off to look for him.
I didn't take long to find the wagon, but they also found Killer Crevice ending abruptly over a sheer drop.
"CALVIN," the parents yelled.
If Calvin had fallen down there, surely he couldn't have survived.
"What do we do?" Mom asked, panicking.
"We need to call Uncle Max!" Dad said.
"Well, here we are," Arnold said as he and Calvin and Hobbes walked up to the boarding house.
"You live here?" Calvin said, making a strange face, "It looks like a dump!"
Arnold opened the door, and several cats, dogs, and a pig ran out.
"Howdy, Shortman," Arnold's grandpa said as he saw Arnold walk in, "who's your friend?"
"This is Calvin," Arnold said, "he's from, er, another world."
"Another world?" Oskar, one of the folks who lived there, cried, "You're not pulling that alien invasion joke on us again, are you?"
"No, it's kinda hard to explain," Arnold said.
Time passed, and soon it was time for bed.
Calvin of course, didn't want to go. He and Hobbes sat in their room thinking about what was happening.
"Do you think we'll get back home?" Hobbes asked.
"Ah I don't know," Calvin said, "I don't really care right now, and I don't really want to stay here."
Then suddenly Calvin smiled in a rather interesting way.
"I know that look," Hobbes said, "Are you really going to do that?"
"Oh yeah!" Calvin said.
End Chapter 2 (Author Notes: Hopefully it won't take as long to upload a new chapter next time. Can anyone guess the world that popped up over Calvin's world? Review!)