Some might argue Peanuts shouldn't go on like this, and I honestly don't really know if they're right or not. There's a timelessness to the strip I'd like to see preserved; I don't want to see Charlie Brown and company dealing with 21st century reality, and the new material here basically holds true to that. But that's a double-edged sword. If Braddock and company don't deal with new elements, I wonder what these creators could add to the long history and legacy Schulz established. Read Full Review
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