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This article appears to contain trivial, minor, or unrelated references to popular culture.appears to contain trivial, minor, or unrelated references to popular culture.Author(s): Charles M. Schulz. It launched the franchise of the same name.. In 2011, Boom!Studios began producing a series of Peanuts comic books (as part of the KaBOOM! Comics line), featuring new content as well as old strips.Peanuts comic stories had been previously commissioned for Dell Comics in the late '50s and early '60s.. The complete Peanuts comic strip archive can be viewed at GoComics.com.
Linus' security blanket features prominently in many of Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts comic strips. The blanket was first introduced in the comic strip of June 1, 1954, and was featured throughout the remainder of the strip's run. In the Peanuts strips in which it appears, Linus can be seen. Oct 01, 2013 · Here are the 10 most iconic Peanuts comic strips of all time. The First Strip—Oct. 2, 1950. Charlie Brown, Peanuts’ main character, is introduced for the first time, along with the characters of Shermy and Patty. Although he’s not yet wearing his iconic striped shirt, Charlie Brown’s round head and naive smile are instantly recognizable.Author: Elisa Marks.