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Final Peanuts Comic - by Charles Schulz for February 13, 2000

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    Constantinepaleologos  over 9 years ago

    So here it ended…we’ll all miss Charlie Brown and his gang.

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    Arlyss  over 9 years ago

    I have read through the entire nearly 50 years of Peanuts. Now, I’m going to start all over again!

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    The_Green_Ego  over 9 years ago

    Shultz died the very next day – If he had lasted 8 more months (to October 2), Peanuts would’ve ran unsyndicated for 50 years – how tragic

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    fmasroor  over 9 years ago

    God bless Charles M. Schulz.

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    Great Pumpkin  about 9 years ago

    Thus ends a tradition. Sparky died the day before this strip ran, so this strip ran with his obituary:

    Charles Monroe Schultz1922-11-26 —— 2000-02-12

    He will be missed.

    For those wanting to reread the strip from the beginning, one can find the first strip here:

    http://gocomics.com/peanuts/1950/10/02

    Many fans like to read strips from the beginning. GoComics.Com should have a button taking people to the first of each strip. As it is, if one wishes to start reading from the beginning, one must luckup the startdate on WikiPedia.Org and enter that date into the URL.

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    snoopyandcharliebrown45  about 9 years ago

    i love you charles m shulz

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    upanddown17  almost 9 years ago

    Rest in Peace, Mr. Schulz.

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    *Pearlshimmer*  over 8 years ago

    R.I.P. Mr Shulz, we’ll never forget Peanuts, Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy and Linus. …<3

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    MoonlitKnight Premium Member over 8 years ago

    If you start over at the beginning and read each month of this strip every day, it would take you around 19 months to finish it! Quite a legacy there

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    PeanutsRule100  over 8 years ago

    nobody will forget Peanuts, R.I.P. Mr. C.M.Schulz

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    Snoooooooooopy  over 8 years ago

    R.I.P. Charles Monore Schulz 11/26/22 – 2/12/00. WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!

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    peafield5078  about 8 years ago

    That is true :]

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    brooklynmarina  about 8 years ago

    The greatest comic strip of all time.

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    peanutskid100  almost 8 years ago

    good bye

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    CartoonDog90  over 7 years ago

    This is the final “Peanuts” comic strip. It was published the day after Charles Schulz died. Due to his wishes, the comic strip reran in newspapers after the publication of this strip. I’m glad the end of “Peanuts” did not resolve any character traits. I’m glad Charlie Brown did not finally meet the Little Red-Haired Girl, kick the football from Lucy, or keep his kite in the air. I’m glad Linus did not outgrow his blanket. I’m glad Miss Othmar never appeared. Instead, this strip reminds us of how great “Peanuts” was. Even though the strip ended, we can still enjoy the strip while we can also decide ourselves on what the Little-Red Haired Girl looks like, if the Great Pumpkin actually exists, or if Charlie Brown will kick the football. You’re a good boy, Charlie Brown. You’re a good dog, Snoopy. You’re a good man, Charles Schulz.

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    kenivlikesbignate  over 7 years ago

    yay! this is the first time I have ever commented on a peanuts strip!

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    kenivlikesbignate  over 7 years ago

    this is a sad strip since this was his last strip before he died. :,(

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    Arsenal rock  over 7 years ago

    We miss you Mr. Schultz

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    JoeyCooler777  over 7 years ago

    Sigh…50 years. Peanuts was such a special part of my childhood. But it doesn’t end here. Mr.Schultz work will live on forever

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    mdroth83  almost 7 years ago

    Strange — Schroeder playing the piano didn’t make the cut.

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    pencilkid6  almost 7 years ago

    Charlie Brown didn’t even get to kick the football…

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    4thStooge  over 6 years ago

    Speaking of does anyone have any ideas for what Fantagraphics should put in the remainder of the last volume of “The Complete Peanuts”?

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    tdoug1  about 5 years ago

    R.I.P. Charles!

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    Reality Chex Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    No one has ever touched as many people as Charles Schulz did with PEANUTS. God bless his memory.

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    hiroshi12  almost 5 years ago

    I still believe Sparky keeps on drawing daily strips in his new atelier located in Heavens Lane :)

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    SNOOPY THE GREAT  almost 5 years ago

    He is still the best author ever!

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    Snoop Dog  over 4 years ago

    My Hero…

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    I<3Garfield  over 4 years ago

    Sob I will miss him. He was my hero.

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    weatherford.joe Premium Member almost 4 years ago

    Fare thee well

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    a1m3v  over 3 years ago

    Good-Bye. sniff

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    UniformTrain3  over 3 years ago

    God Bless Charles M. Schulz

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    empireatwar  over 3 years ago

    With Sparky’s passing, Peanuts came to an end. But his legacy lives on and the strips are rerun in newspapers around the world.

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    Nights in the Prehistoric  over 3 years ago

    If he lasted to November, the football would be kicked, as in 1 strip it said "November, sure! In the year, 2000!

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    DanWolfie  about 3 years ago

    (singing) “Just when you think that you know where you stand,You’ve got the world in your hand…Just when you’re sure of a dream that you planned.That’s when the scenery changes… It changes…”

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    mawperson  about 3 years ago

    Did he like know that he would die so he wrote this Feb 12?

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    Almy  almost 3 years ago

    I still miss him….

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    ootey  almost 3 years ago

    Thank you Mr Schulz, God bless you! I see that kite flying high in the distance and it is not going down, ever again!!

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    BeatrizBroadfoot  over 2 years ago

    God rest T-T I miss you

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    YouBetchaAy  about 2 years ago

    The comic is older than my grandmother herself. She was born in 1952. Nearly made it 50 years. This is the greatest comic strip of all time. Rest In Peace Charles.

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      ‍   about 2 years ago

    R.I.P Charles M. Schulz. Thank you for bringing joy with your comics. I am sorry to say though but Go Comics is repeating the comics against your will :(. God Bless you, Schulz

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    JorgeSainz  about 2 years ago
    The comic strip was the embodiment of peanuts itself, but even if it’s long gone like our dearly beloved Schulz, Charlie Brown and the gang are still going on strong, and are continuing to be here to stay forever.
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    Phil (full phname Philip Philop)  almost 2 years ago

    It lives on in our hearts.

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    BobTheDuck9999  almost 2 years ago

    Schulz died at his home on February 12, 2000 at the age of 77, of colon cancer. The last original Peanuts strip was published the next day, Sunday, February 13. Schulz had predicted that the strip would outlive him because the strips were usually drawn weeks before their publication. Schulz was buried at Pleasant Hills Cemetery in Sebastopol, California.

    As part of his contract with the syndicate, Schulz requested that no other artist be allowed to draw Peanuts. United Features had legal ownership of the strip, but honored his wishes, instead syndicating reruns to newspapers. New television specials have also been produced since Schulz’s death, with the stories based on previous strips; Schulz always said the TV shows were entirely separate from the strip.

    Schulz was honored on May 27, 2000, by cartoonists of more than 100 comic strips, who paid homage to him and Peanuts by incorporating his characters into their strips that day.

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    Super Smash Bros Ultimate  over 1 year ago

    sniff, goodbye Peanuts. You will be greatly missed by all comics on this website

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    Link  about 1 year ago

    Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!!!

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    Comic Man X  12 months ago

    Rest in Peace man, we will all miss you on GoComics…

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    Timmy Turner- BNCSN junior reporters club founder  11 months ago

    This is it, it’s the end!

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    NatsuDrag7  8 months ago

    Just realized that on October 2nd 2019 Peanuts became 69 years old

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    Cminuscomics&stories Premium Member 7 months ago

    Mr. Schulz, you were and are the greatest!

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    CreeperBoy101  5 months ago

    Garfield is ON HIS WAY to becoming the LONGEST REIGNING COMIC STRIP! THREE CHEERS FOR GARFIELD!

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    Zaiyandadude  4 months ago

    Its enough to make a grown man cry, and thats okay.

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    iateyourcat  3 months ago

    rest in peace Charles Monroe Shultz. 1922-11-26 – 2000-02-12. forever in our hearts and newspapers.

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    Dumb Smarto  29 days ago

    Thank you, Mr. Schulz for such an amazing, heartwarming, great comic strip.

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    .-.   16 days ago

    R.I.P. The world shall pay their tribute.

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