Author Archive for: Daniel Campoverde

Entries by Daniel Campoverde

The Heart & Soul

From the beginning, I have called the “Strip Gallery” the heart and soul of the Museum because there, we display only original comic strips so that visitors can see the […]

Nothing brings back memories like photographs

I have always loved this image at the heading of our “International Wall” just outside the Museum’s administration wing. I see it many times a week, and it takes me […]

The Journey of Sparky and Franklin

The road to Welcome Home Franklin, the new Apple TV+ special, was a long and winding one. Most viewers would have no idea of the time and hurdles the special […]

Sparky in the Digital Age

As I delve deeper and deeper into the comic strip, I continue to learn what an amazing human Sparky was. He was ever curious—and before there was Google, he sought […]

Sparky’s Gravesite

My blog today is a look at Sparky’s gravesite at Pleasant Hills Memorial Park in Sebastopol, California (about 20 minutes from the Museum) and why it happens to be in […]

The Biblical Job

Many readers of Peanuts will know that Sparky spent several years after returning from his military service in 1946, attending the Church of God in St. Paul, where he enjoyed […]

Art Imitates Life

Our newest exhibition in this gallery containing original comic strips is composed of the ‘single panel’ strips which Sparky interspersed with the other dailies beginning in 1988. I call the […]

More Than Just a Pretty Face

This beautiful ‘baby’ has had a long gestation period: The arena renovation project began right after our 50th anniversary in April of 2019, which meant melting the ice and replacing […]

Kite-Flying Fun!

It IS Spring, and all over the world, people are planning to get their kites out and into the air. It is appropriate that the Museum would feature a kite-flying […]

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