The GeeksversePeanuts as a Graphic Novel

Peanuts as a Graphic Novel
Published on Tuesday, April 12, 2011 by

Happiness is a Warm Blanket Charlie Brown.
Written by Charles Schulz, Craig Schulz, Stephan Pastis
Drawn by Bob Scott, Vicki Scott, Ron Zorman,
SC, 96pgs, FC, SRP: $19.99
Script adapted by Stephen Pastis and Craig Schulz based on the original material by Charles Schulz.

It is the Peanuts gang that America has come to know and love from the comic strips (still in reprint), TV movies (still shown), and the musical (You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown). The casts all here in another installment of youngsters questioning life and pondering life in the way the Schulz mastered.

The Graphic Novel format offers a slight variation over the strip reprint books that have been around for ages now. The serial strips are now free to roam about the page playfully, instead of being captured from left to right in panels emulating the news print page.

Charles Schultz was right, he was born to draw comics.

This April, for the first time ever, Charles Schulz’s world-renowned comic strip, PEANUTS, takes the stage as a graphic novel! Adapted from the brand new animated special, Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown, this timeless retelling takes us back to the neighborhood and features Linus’ insecurities, Charlie Brown’s kite-flying woes, Lucy’s unrequited love for Schroeder, and everyone’s favorite beagle, Snoopy, in a lively and colorful spin through Charles Schulz’s imagination. HAPPINESS IS A WARM BLANKET, CHARLIE BROWN! is certain to please old and new fans alike!

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