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  1. about 6 years ago on Peanuts

    This is #3 of my all-time favourite Peanuts-comic-strip (#2 is 1952/03/09 and #1 is 1977/12/12). The joy small childen can have with simple things and Lucy´s cruelty perfectly displayed. Look at Linus in the picture 8 and 9.

  2. about 6 years ago on Peanuts

    My all-time favourite Peanuts-comic-strip (#2 is 1952/03/09 and #3 is 1954/12/19) If you’ve come to this page at random, the storyline starts at 1977/11/28. A nice little storyline featuring D-Minus-Patty addicted to the gold stars of the teacher so desperate knowing she will never get one that she even offers the teacher to lick some for her, her only chance to get closer to them. Then the box containing the stars vanishes. The plot thickens: Neither Patty, CB nor the reader know whether the teacher has just asked or is suspecting Patty.Enter imaginative and clever Tomboy-Patty: She has a secret plan to solve the case. Again we encounter some Peanuts peculiarities: Don’t the teacher and Marcie notice that a dog with a whig is sitting in Patty’s place ? Doesn’t the teacher wonder why the new custodian Hans Hansen is so small ? After everything is settled Schulz delivers a club reserved nearly only for CB or Patty in the Peanuts universe: Snoopy’s golden star, an achievement so long desired by her. WHAM

  3. over 6 years ago on Peanuts

    Last time some charakters lean at the tree. The tree replaced the brick wall over the course of time as hangout place

  4. over 6 years ago on Peanuts

    Last appearance of the brick wall (if you exclude the short flashback in the last strip of 2000/02/13)

  5. over 6 years ago on Peanuts

    Last unintended somersault by any Peanuts charakter (there are some intentional ones by Rerun and Snoopy in 2000/01/09)

  6. over 6 years ago on Peanuts

    PEANUT BUTTER – 1961 – The Marathons

  7. over 6 years ago on Peanuts

    Now it is settled: Woodstock is a night hawk

  8. over 6 years ago on Peanuts

    No its Eudora

  9. over 6 years ago on Peanuts

    A fitting anecdote: In Germany ascension day the Thursday ten days before Pentecost Sunday is considerd as Father’s Day.So on 5 May 2016 I was sitting outside a cafe talking to the cafe owner, when an elderly woman with a dog walked by, greeted the owner and said to her:“Hi XXX, my youngest daughter – already 52 years old – just called and wished me a happy Father’s Day. I had to raise my children alone, so she has given me best wishes not only for Mothers’s Day but also for Father’s Day.”