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Tuesday, April 12 2011

Happiness Is This Graphic Novel: Charlie Brown and the Human Condition

After literally decades of innovation, Peanuts takes its first step into the graphic novel format. The result, is the Charlie Brown and the Gang we've always deserved.


Monday, October 11 2010

There’s More to Life than a Plastic Supper Dish: ‘He’s Your Dog, Charlie Brown’

Snoopy is a canine Lucy Ricardo, hell-bent on realizing his full potential.


Tuesday, June 29 2010

Peanuts 1970s Collection, Volumes 1 & 2: Good Grief!

Much of the Peanuts humor stems from the children behaving as adults, which reminds us that Charles Schulz did not write with kids in mind (he hated the publisher-chosen name “Peanuts” and thought it demeaning).


Sunday, November 22 2009

Celebrating Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz

Although the comics were primarily about entertaining children with joy and comedy, Schulz didn't shy away from more complex interpretations, even wondering if his strip was "cruel".


Friday, June 5 2009

Peanuts, 11/30/57: Down the Line

Could Charles M. Schulz have guessed at his own cultural relevance, 50 years down the line?


Wednesday, October 17 2007

Book, TV bio celebrate 50 years of ‘Peanuts’


Tuesday, August 21 2007

‘Peanuts’ museum marks its fifth anniversary


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