Cartoonists Remember "Peanuts" Creator Charles M. Schulz With a Special Day of Tribute Cartoons
On May 27,2000, nearly 100 syndicated cartoonists created special Peanuts-themed comics as a lasting memorial to Charles M. Schulz, creator of the enduring and beloved strip. "I thought this would be a fun way for cartoonists to personally honor and thank Sparky," says Mike Luckovich, Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist for the Atlanta Constitution who organized the tribute event with the National Cartoonists Society. "This tribute is a celebration of his life." Schulz's talent and creativity earned him numerous awards throughout his 50-year career, yet to his fellow cartoonists, Sparky's professional honors were secondary to his dedication to his craft and the encouragement and inspiration he offered to others. Schulz's importance is illustrated in the many and varied styles of the cartoonists whose lives he touched and who continue his legacy.
Below are several of the tribute strips first published May 27,2000. To find out more about Charles Schulz click here: http://www.flyingace.net
Get Fuzzy by Darby ConleyRead more Get Fuzzy strips on Comics.com.
For Better or For Worse by Lynn JohnstonRead more For Better or For Worse strips on Comics.com.
Luann by Greg EvansRead more Luann strips on Comics.com.
Rose Is Rose by Pat BradyRead more Rose Is Rose strips on Comics.com.
Those are good Amin i got more coming to got to get around to them my mouse is about wore out so got to replace it this one want to go the way it wants to go...so time for a new one....
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