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The Complete Peanuts 1965-1966: Volume 8 In The Complete Peanuts We Are Now In The Mid S, One Of Schulz S Peak Periods Of Creativity And One Third Of The Way Through The Strip S Life Snoopy Has Become The Strip S Dominant Personality, And This Volume Marks Two Milestones For The Character The First Of Many Dogfights With The Nefarious Red Baron, And The Launch Of His Writing Career It Was A Dark And Stormy Night Two New Characters The First Two From Outside The Strip S Regular Little Neighborhood Make Their Bows Roy Who Befriends Charlie Brown And Then Linus At Summer Camp Won T Have A Lasting Impact, But Upon His Return From Camp He Regales A Friend Of His With Tales Of The Strange Kids He Met, And She Has To Go Check Them Out For Herself Her Name Peppermint Patty The Complete Peanuts Features A New Introduction By Hal Hartley, Writer Director Of Acclaimed Independent Films Trust, Henry Fool, Kimono, Simple Men, The Unbelievable Truth, And Fay Grim

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6 thoughts on “The Complete Peanuts 1965-1966: Volume 8

  1. Buster Buster says:

    La migliore pubblicazione delle opere di schultz che abbia incontrato fino ad oggi completa, in ordine cronologico, molto curata Anche il prezzo buono rapportato alla consistenza del volume oltre 300 pagine Attenzione in inglese

  2. Giulia Fanin Giulia Fanin says:

    Perfetti da collezionare per un appassionato dei Peanuts I libri sono bellissimi, con la copertina rigida e un ottimo formato Mille volte meglio in lingua originale rispetto alle versioni tradotte, per ovvi motivi Spedizione di nei tempi prestabiliti.

  3. Stephanie L. Thompson Stephanie L. Thompson says:

    If you are a fan of Peanuts, then you ll love this collection of the early strips Featuring such storylines as Snoopy s failed romance with his beagle skating partner, Lucy s troubled relationship with Linus s blanket who hates her, not without reason , Charlie Brown s multiple existential crises, and Linus s trip to

  4. Timothy Haugh Timothy Haugh says:

    Even my great love for the Peanuts comic strips cannot hide the fact that there are gaps in my experience In this volume, I came across some of those gaps and I expect to come across in the next few volumes We are reaching the years before my birth that are not covered by my grandmother s Peanuts collections I read wh

  5. ewomack ewomack says:

    Something monumental occurs in this eighth volume of one of history s longest running comic strips On October 10th, 1965, Snoopy walks towards his dog house with antiquated pilot s goggles on his head Laying a paw on its side he says Here s the World War I Flying Ace posing beside his Sopwith Camel So began one of Charle

  6. Robert Busko Robert Busko says:

    I don t know what else to say then what has already been stated by such wonderful reviewers.This, the 65 66, edition of the Complete Peanuts series is yet another taste of perfection Yes, that statement is acknowledged to be the product of misty reflections of a simpler time This is the period that I became a committed rea

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