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"1950-1952!" Story and art by Charles Schulz. The first of a twice yearly, 25-volume series reprinting the entirety of Schulz's Peanuts in a handsome hardcover format. The most popular comic strip in the history of the world collected for the first time in one beautiful package designed by Seth (Palookaville). This volume presents the first two-plus years of Charles M. Schulz' Peanuts strips in a three-tier page format that will accommodate three dailies or one Sunday strip per page. The Sundays will be printed in black-and-white. Peanuts is fortunate enough to boast archival-quality syndicate proofs for virtually every strip in its history. The result will be the best-looking, crispest reproduction for a classic comic strip ever achieved. Introduction by radio yarn-spinner and fellow Minnesotan, Garrison Keillor, and an essay by Schulz biographer David Michaelis, a comprehensive index, and more!







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