10 comments for “Ozy And Millie: Charles M Schulz, 1922-2000

  1. You know for some of your strips on your online site you could add a few comments in the bottom, like what was the inspiration behind a strip, where the idea came from, something really short or long depending on what you’ve got to say, but keep it short and simple.
    Have a good day

  2. I recall that Sunday well, I had just got the Sunday paper and started reading the first comic which is “Peanuts.” Felt a bit of chill go through my body since I have known and read “Peanuts” since I can remember.

    Dana is a bit busy doing her new comic “Heavenly Nostrils” on Gocomics.com. But maybe in the future she will.

  3. I’ve just recently got into reading comics this year, and it’s sad to know that while I’m reading Peanuts at the moment, Schulz is gone. May he rest in peace.

  4. There is an old Celtic saying: “A man is not dead, as long as his name is heard on the wind.”

    Charles Schulz is not gone.

  5. I just Googled it—he died of colon cancer, one day before his final Sunday strip was published.
    That makes me sad.

  6. Peanuts was an amusing comic strip. But I don’t consider it radically different from other comic strips of that era, or even today.

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