The Complete Peanuts 1950-1952

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Product Details
Price
$29.99  $27.89
Publisher
Fantagraphics Books
Publish Date
Pages
343
Dimensions
8.6 X 6.64 X 1.39 inches | 2.08 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781560975892

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About the Author
Charles Schulz is a legend. He was the hand and heart behind 50 years of Peanuts, which featured one of the world's most beloved and recognizable cast of cartoon characters, until his death in 2000.
Seth is the cartoonist behind the comic book series Palookaville and Clyde Fans, the first graphic novel nominated for the Scotiabank Giller Prize. His comics have appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Best American Comics, and McSweeneys Quarterly. His illustrations have appeared in numerous publications including the cover of the New Yorker, the Walrus, and Canadian Notes & Queries. He is Lemony Snicket's partner for the series All the Wrong Questions. He designs several classic comics reprint series, notably collections of work by Charles Schulz, John Stanley, and Doug Wright. He was the subject of a National Film Board documentary entitled Seth's Dominion. Seth lives in Guelph, Canada, with his wife Tania and two cats in a house he has named Inkwell's End.
Garrison Keillor, born in Anoka, Minnesota, in 1942, is an essayist, columnist, blogger, and writer of sonnets, songs, and limericks, whose novel Pontoon the New York Times said was a tough-minded book . . . full of wistfulness and futility yet somehow spangled with hope-no easy matter, especially the spangling. Keillor wrote and hosted the radio show A Prairie Home Companion for forty years, all thanks to kind aunts and good teachers and a very high threshold of boredom. In his retirement, he's written a memoir and a novel. He and his wife, Jenny Lind Nilsson, live in Minneapolis and New York.
Reviews
A milestone, and a long overdue one at that.
Starred Review: A treat.
An extraordinary publishing project.
The ultimate blockhead.
Consider replacing those tattered old Peanuts paperbacks with this definitive series.
Now that Schulz is gone, the comic he drew for 50 years looks more eccentric and ingenious all the time.