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Snoopy vs. Peanuts

Snoopy-peanuts-26798417-1024-768 Peanuts was an often-mordant strip about childhood angst. Over the years—like many other newspaper comics subjected to the relentless burden of production—it was sanded smooth and soft, and Kevin Wong blames Snoopy.

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Charlie Brown after the apocalypse

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I love Cynthia "Thea" Rodgers' fantastic contribution to a 2012 challenge to draw comic characters in post-apocalyptics scenarios.

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Charlie Brown, 1958 misogynist

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Peanuts went downhill after Snoopy became a biped.

May Contain Peanuts: grim philosophical remixes of Charles Schulz funnies

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A Tumblog of Greatness: may-contain-peanuts.tumblr.com.

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Video: Charles Schulz draws Charlie Brown

"We all need reassurance that some people really do like us." (via Devour)

New Peanuts movie represents three generations of the Schulz dynasty

A new Peanuts movie will come to the big screen on November 6, 2015, produced by Charles Schulz's son Craig Schulz with a screenplay co-written by his son Bryan Schulz.

"It's about a round-headed kid and his dog, and that's about as far as I'm willing to go," Craig Schulz told USA Today.

Is this Louie/Charlie Brown parody hilariously depressing or just depressing? Or hilarious?

(Video link) Robot Chicken has done its fair share of childhood-ruining. Now ADHD -- Animation Domination High Def -- has lampooned the sacred holiday chestnut, A Charlie Brown Christmas, and imagined the Peanuts Gang as grownups. Boring, dissatisfied grownups with several health issues, which just so happens to be one driving force of the FX sitcom Louie! I can't say this mashup is as whimsical as Cthulhu Snoopy, but it does have Homeless Pigpen, who I'm sure has many whimsical thoughts in his head. (via Laughing Squid)

Review: Lightly Salted Peanuts, by Delta Airlines


I enjoyed my lightly peanutted salt.