Peanuts Begins by Charles Schulz for November 27, 2022

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    Templo S.U.D.  4 months ago

    how do you do, Charlotte Braun

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    mccollunsky  4 months ago

    Oh wow it’s Charlotte Braun, we have made it to that point in Peanuts Begins!

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    angelolady Premium Member 4 months ago

    She looks so funny! I love it when Schulz puts different hair on Charlie Brown’s face. Some of his funniest little touches.

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    VegaAlopex  4 months ago

    Hush, hush sweet Charlotte…

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    Sharkybill  4 months ago

    Wonder why this character didn’t make it.

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    cubswin2016  4 months ago

    This should cause a few problems.

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    therese_callahan2002  4 months ago

    She was a short-lived character.

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    iggyman  4 months ago

    Do not remember her, that’s why I read peanuts Begins!

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    iggyman  4 months ago

    Chuck’s cousin twice removed?!

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    Guilty Bystander  4 months ago

    I’ve read Charlotte Braun’s name in these threads a shazillion times (okay, maybe only a quadrillion) but have never actually seen her until this strip.

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    Rufus The naked mole rat  4 months ago

    Because she ventured into Lost Comic Strip character land with Lyman and Uncle Max.

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    papajim545  4 months ago

    Never see her again

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    SharkNose  4 months ago

    I think her father’s name is Howard. He appeared in the Dilbert comic strip occasionally. ;)

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    WestNYC Premium Member 4 months ago

    She kinda looks like an early drawn version of Frieda (naturally curly hair).

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    bryan42  4 months ago

    I do not recall this character at all. She must have had a very short stay in Sparkysburgh.

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    ChessPirate  4 months ago

    Of all the Charlotte Brauns in the world, she’s the Charlotte Braunest…

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    raybarb44  4 months ago

    Oh My….

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    EnlilEnkiEa  4 months ago

    I wonder if Patty will call her Chuck.

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    knight1192a  4 months ago

    If you like her, start mourning now. She’s not long for this strip.

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    Null Island  4 months ago

    You don’t have to shout, he heard you.

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    holdenrex  4 months ago

    I never came across this character until she appeared in “The Complete Peanuts” book series. She never appeared in any of the Peanuts collections or compilations I had growing up. I can certainly understand the negative audience reaction and why Schulz decided to drop her, but I have to admit that discovering this failed character was a sort of revelation, like when scientists discover living members of species thought to be long extinct.

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    Brent Rosenthal Premium Member 4 months ago

    Soul mates?

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    David Rickard Premium Member 4 months ago

    Charlotte Braun? Was she brought to America as part of Operation Paperclip?

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    Sandra Velasco  4 months ago

    LOL! :)

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    Fluffy_and_Mervin  4 months ago

    Charlotte Braun never appeared in the Sunday comics, so now I wonder who decided what color her hair was?

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    calmom75 Premium Member 4 months ago

    I’ve emailed Tony Cochran [Agnes], Stephan Pastis & Darby Conley [decades ago; right before ‘Get Fuzzy’ took off]. I received very nice replies from all 3.

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