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Peanuts Every Sunday
When Dorothy very first discovers herself in Oz, the whole world refocuses as well as shifts from black as well as white to full color. the time has come for Peanuts to turn a page into the exact same spectrum! Coming in the autumn of 2013, Fantagraphics will be releasing Peanuts Every Sunday: 1952-1955 in resplendent remastered colors. Each volume will contain four years of Sunday comics just the method Charles M. Schulz intended, in crisp full color. You don’t have to be a white witch to see the beauty in these comics.
Publisher Gary Groth stated, “We always felt that the very best style for The total Peanuts was a black as well as white reprinting of every Peanuts strip ever drawn as well as that reprinting the Sunday strips in color would be as well distracting. But, we always wished to reprint just the Sunday Peanuts in full color at a size better to what they were originally printed in in the newspapers — as well as so we are, gloriously re-colored utilizing Charles Schulz’s original palette.” produced by Charles Schulz in 1950, Peanuts ran for 50 years up until he retired on February 12th, 2000. He passed away that day with one final strip prepared to print.
Peanuts Sunday strip
Designed as a series of ten large coffee-table high quality books, each one containing a half-decade’s worth of Sunday strips, Peanuts Every Sunday is a book to be enjoyed any type of day, not just Sundays. Recolored by Joanne Bagge, the striking colors of the Red Baron dashing across the sky to the soft blue hue of Linus’ blanket to Woodstock’s fuzzy yellow head all grace the pages of Peanuts Every Sunday. enjoy the trick enjoyment of seeing Charlie’s original zigzag shirt in many colors before ending up being its trademark yellow.
Don’t be a blockhead – get prepared for for the majestic beauty of Charles M. Schulz in full color.
$49.99 Hardcover • 288 pages
Full color • 12.75″ x 10″