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Charles M. Schulz Manga Biography
Udon Studios has announced a new line of manga biographies, publishing three times a year, beginning with one on the life of Charles Schulz, the creator of Peanuts and Charlie Brown It will launch at this year's San Diego Comic-Con with advance copies of the title on sale at the Peanuts booth, before coming to[...]
Peanuts' Snoopy Takes Flight as the WWI Flying Ace in Lithograph
Now, you too can celebrate Peanuts and the War War I Flying Ace with this item up over at Heritage Auctions. Charles Schulz Peanuts Sunday Comic Strip Limited Edition Print #13/200 (International Museum of Cartoon Art, undated) Credit: Heritage Auctions Charles Schulz Peanuts Sunday Comic Strip Limited Edition Print #13/200 (International Museum of Cartoon Art, undated). This lithograph print[...]
Peanuts Baseball Strip Up For Auction Over At Heritage Right Now
Peanuts and Baseball go hand in hand, as, over the years, Charles Schulz had young Charlie Brown over the years know the agony of being bad at sports over and over again Sure, he always missed the football But it was his exploits on the diamond will always hold a special place in our hearts,[...]
Charles Schulz Museum
We look forward to reopening our doors so we can continue to share the wonderful legacy of Charles Schulz with the world. And in a Facebook post, museum director Karen Johnson detailed the cleanup process: To all the members of our Museum family, I wanted to share with you the process of bringing The Charles M[...]
Home Of Jean And Charles Schulz Destroyed In Santa Rosa Fire
On Monday, we noted that the Charles Schulz Museum and Research Center was inside the part of Santa Rosa evacuated for the fires The museum, which houses a collection of the Peanuts creator's art and memorabilia, including tribute art from other cartoonists, remains untouched by the fire, according to a report from The Mercury News. However,[...]
Charles Schulz Museum Inside Area Of Santa Rosa Evacuated For Massive Fire
Schulz Museum and Research Center Amongst the homes and businesses potentially in the fire's path is one comics institution, the Charles Schulz Museum and Research Center Located just north of Steel Lane on the west side of Highway 101, the Schulz museum is just inside the border of the current evacuation area in Santa Rosa The[...]
Peanuts And The President: Obama Writes Forward For 25th Volume
Fantagraphics Books probably jumped for joy when they found out about Obama's interest in Charles Schulz' beloved Peanuts After all, how many publishers can say that the President of the United States wanted to write an introduction for a collected issue The 25th volume of the Complete Peanuts series will have just that. The series which[...]
From Strip To Script – A Peanuts Strip
Basically, I'm just frequently not good enough to nail down an idea in three or four panels and have that be a complete statement. So then, if we'll be examining my shortcomings, what better exemplar of the form by which to do so than Charles Schulz' Peanuts, yeah? While I of course grew up with the cartoons[...]
The Wild Variations Of Alice In Wonderland To Be Collected By IDW Publishing
Outcault,Charles Schulz and more. This March, IDW Publishing and Yoe Books! are putting out Alice In Comicland The 160 page full-color book collect the wildly divergent versions from comic strips and comic books ranging from humor to horror  Including the MAD Magazine and Archie's Mad House treatment, the banned horror comic book stories of the 1950s, riding on a flying saucer, meeting[...]
IDW Publishing Makes It In New York – NYCC Recap
Plus they got to announce things with Jack Kirby, Jim Steranko, Charles Schulz, Darwyn Cooke, Dave Gibbons, James O'Barr and Frank Bill Pretty impressive list. This was the week that was: Three new Artist's Editions were announced for Jack Kirby, Dave Gibbons and Charles Schulz. A second My Little Pony series will make it's debut next year. A pair of Artist's[...]
Jack Kirby, Dave Gibbons And Charles Schulz Get IDW Artist Editions
It's a true privilege to publish these books." "Wow," added editor Scott Dunbier, "there's not really a lot more to say, is there?" And then we shuffle over to Schulz: The esteemed entertainment property, Peanuts, will be returning this winter due to a newly formed partnership with IDW and Peanuts Worldwide—but you've never seen Charlie Brown & the[...]
BC Mag #2: The New Adventures Of Charlie Brown
Bleeding Cool Magazine article by Rick Verbanas Created by Charles Schulz, Peanuts was first published in October 1950 At its height in popularity, the comic strip was published in 75 countries, in 21 different languages Generations of readers were able to read the new adventures of Peanuts for nearly 50 years, until Schultz wrote in a[...]