The Comics Journal #290
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The Comics Journal #290 (The Comics Journal #290)

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Hard truth, subjective take or slanted hatchet job? Monte Schulz, eldest son of Charles M. Schulz, and a roundtable of Peanuts experts and critics probe and debate David Michaelis's controversial biography, Schulz & Peanuts. Monte Schulz's 30,000+ word essay serves as the definitive word on Michaelis' book from the Schulz family, and is available exclusively in The...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published June 17th 2008 by Fantagraphics (first published May 31st 2008)
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Lizzie
Although I never liked Peanuts much and couldn't care much less about Charles Schulz, the lengthy rebuttal from his son Monte of the recent biography, and other material about him, was pretty interesting.
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