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  1. coreym5 commented on Peanuts Begins 3 days ago

    Schulz still used the dot inside a circle for eyes on occasion, mainly to show a strong reaction. Usually with Snoopy or Charlie Brown.

  2. coreym5 commented on Peanuts 4 days ago

    Roy does not look like he’s ready to play football. Maybe shuffleboard. . .

  3. coreym5 commented on Peanuts 4 days ago

    It is. She’s a couple of years from her debut at the time of this strip.

  4. coreym5 commented on Peanuts Begins 5 days ago

    They did, but most of them didn’t catch on as much as “Roaring Twenties.” For example, there was the “Dirty Thirties” or “Threadbare Thirties,” named for the Dust Bowl and Great Depression. I suppose it depends on how well a nickname can capture the spirit and events of a particular decade.

  5. coreym5 commented on Peanuts 6 days ago

    If he was facing forward instead of in side profile we’d be able to see the “5” on his shirt.

  6. coreym5 commented on Peanuts 9 days ago

    One of Lombardi’s many quotes is, “Confidence is contagious. So is lack of confidence.”

    So Lucy has a point.

  7. coreym5 commented on Peanuts Begins 9 days ago

    Schroeder has almost aged up to Charlie Brown, Patty, Violet, and Shermy at this point. Still not speaking much though.

  8. coreym5 commented on Peanuts 10 days ago

    Looks like he decided to blitz but jumped the snap count. . .

  9. coreym5 commented on Peanuts 13 days ago

    Although the draft was going on in 1969 Schulz might have been reflecting on his own experience in WWII. He was sent to Europe and his mother died of cancer shortly after he left. From what I’ve read, her passing and the way it happened affected him more than what he experienced in the war.

  10. coreym5 commented on Peanuts Begins 14 days ago

    So much more background art in these early strips.