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Great Stuff 21 août 2014
Par Timothy Haugh - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Anyone who follows my reviews knows that I love the Peanuts comic strips. It only makes me sad to see how quickly we are coming to the end of this collection. Still, we must enjoy while we can, and this volume adds to that enjoyment.

We are well into the time, now, where I can remember reading these strips originally in the newspaper. In fact, two of the strips in this collection I cut out of the paper and still have taped to my computer—Snoopy as an author is always worthwhile. Additionally, Marcie has some great stuff here (“Great Grape” anyone?) and Rerun is still strapped to the back of his mother’s bicycle, helmet and all.

I have been following this collection from the beginning and intend to follow it to the end, which is (too) fast approaching. Though it becomes harder and harder to find new words to describe excellence, you can be sure I’ll keep trying to find them. Schulz deserves no less.
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The Complete Peanuts volume 28 juin 2014
Par Norman A - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I was still in elementary school when the Peanuts comic strip appeared in the newspapers (I was on schedule; didn't fail any grades). While there are many comic strips I like a lot, Peanuts is my favorite. I believe Charles Schulz achieved an enviable mix of great wisdom, a great sense of humor, and a wonderful drawing style. And, for the devoted fan, it's a very special thing to be able to see the progress and changes as they're captured in this wonderful series of books.

Like a breath of fresh air. I think that best captures, for me, the impact of the Peanuts strips for me on any given day. I would be hard-pressed to find one I didn't enjoy, if there is such a one.

I recommend them, one and all, very highly.
Schulz' final decade begins 22 septembre 2014
Par Christopher Barat - Publié sur
Format: Relié
n this latest collection, Schulz continues to consolidate the aesthetic ground he had regained during 1989 and 1990, when he started to fully exploit the potential that had been opened up by his decision to change to a variable panel format. This time, however, most of the innovations center on the Sunday strips. Schulz seems to have realized at some point that the Sunday format was every bit as much a candidate for a shakeup as the dailies. He subsequently begins to employ far larger Sunday panels than he had ever used before (e.g. the crashing ocean wave of 4/21/91, the Victoria Falls panorama of 4/19/92). In an even more radical departure, he begins to assume the virtually unprecedented role of an OMYUN (Omniscient Yet Unseen Narrator; (c) Joe Torcivia) and use narrative captions, an early example of which appears in the Victoria Falls Sunday strip. A daily caption duly follows in the one-panel strip of 8/22/92. Clearly, an old dog can learn new tricks, whether you feed him cookies (which Snoopy continues to guzzle here as if they're going out of style) or not.

Only one new character is included herein: Cormac, a little boy who meets Charlie Brown at summer camp and subsequently shows up in Sally's class, where he, not very artfully, contrives to interpose himself between Sally and her supposed "Sweet Babboo," Linus. If subsequent appearances by Cormac will help to drive the by-now-tiresome "I'm not your Sweet Babboo!" six feet underground for good and all, then I'll be eternally grateful to Schulz. Old routines, such as Snoopy's assaults on Linus' blanket, maintain their position in Schulz' arsenal, while Rerun, who will play a much more significant role later in the decade, begins to pop up once again in late '92.
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Continuing excellence 16 septembre 2014
Par Ralph Marshall - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Nothing to say ,such an impeccable series .Just over 12 months to go and my set will be complete !! A long journey but what a great memento of the greatest cartoonist of them all ,arguably .
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Comment on the spine character images 23 mai 2014
Par Brian D. - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Never noticed this until today where I had to verify if I had this one or not (I don't!), but the characters on the spine are either facing left (1950-1974), forward (Charlie Brown only for the 1975-76 volume), or right (1977-end of the series). Charlie Brown's volume is of course "lucky 13" which is the middle of the soon-to-be completed 25 volume set!
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