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Tag Archives: Peanuts
Remember Garfield Minus Garfield or Calvin Without Hobbes, and how removing one element from a popular strip suddenly added a whole layer of existential angst ? Well, here is the nec plus ultra of the genre, and it’s even more … Continue reading
At the end of the month, the new Peanuts feature, Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown, will be released on DVD. And even though Warner Premiere had a normal trailer made to promote the video, they also compiled this … Continue reading
It would seem that Banksy has landed in Los Angeles, and has already been quite active. The Wooster Collective showcases three works that are attributed to the British street art maestro, one of which featuring Charlie Brown being very naughty … Continue reading
In my opinion, Robert Goodin’s Covered project is one of the most interesting experiments in cartoon art on the web for the moment. The dialogue between the original art and the covered version is always interesting, often inspiring and surprising … Continue reading
When I was in my teens, Lacoste shirts belonged on the same shelf as Sebago shoes, Millet jackets and Chipie jeans : only fils-à-papa snobs wore them. All the really cool kids wore black, and wouldn’t be caught dead with … Continue reading
The Pooda webcomic portal seems to be heavily under construction, but luckily the Gun Show player is live, with a pretty good Lost parody in the trusted Peanuts style. By K.C. Green. (strip © Pooda)
I knew Stan Getz had style, but this album cover from 1978 kind of suprised me. (Peanuts © United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)