Jean Schulz's Blog

Jean Schulz, the widow of Charles “Sparky” Schulz and President of the Board of Directors at the Charles M. Schulz Museum, chronicles her adventures in the cartooning and comic book world of Peanuts.

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Peanuts comic books are back….

Feb 15, 2012

Peanuts comic books are back…. in comic shops and on tablets. Some fans may be familiar with the series of comic books done from 1952 to 1964, published by Dell and other comic book publishers.  Jim Sasseville, followed by Dale Hale and then briefly Anthony Pocrnich all drew the Peanuts art for these comics in consultation with […]

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Drawing from Experiences

Feb 01, 2012

Seeing Sparky’s original comic strips (approximately 7″ tall and 21″ long) is always a learning experience because it seems that every ink line reveals a secret. Each has its own expression. A small change can express a jaunty walk, a depressed walk, a gleeful smile, a self-satisfied look. And many strips bring back personal memories. […]

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