Peanuts #1

Peanuts #1

Writer: Vicki Scott Artist: Vicki Scott Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: January 4, 2012 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Happiness is a monthly comic book series, Charlie Brown! PEANUTS came to KABOOM! last spring in their first graphic novel HAPPINESS IS A WARM BLANKET, CHARLIE BROWN. Now Snoopy and the gang are back in monthly comic books with an all new #1 issue! The series kicks off with new original stories seen here for the first time along with some of your favorite classic Peanuts Sundays strips. Featuring a cover by Charles Schulz himself! Don't miss Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the rest of Charles Schulz's timeless characters every month at KABOOM!

  • 10
    Comic Vine - L'il G-Girl Jan 4, 2012

    It felt a little shorter than my other comics. I thought the price was okay. It could be more because it was so good. My dad thinks it might be a little too much. It was great. It was like the other Peanuts stories in my Peanuts Treasury book. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    IGN - Joshua Yehl Jan 4, 2012

    Scott writes and pencils both of her comics, and each one looks great with the same whimsy and energy that any Schulz cartoon would have. Matt Whitlock pencils the "Cat Cash" story, and while his drawings are solid, he strays a little too far with Snoopy to the point where he almost does not resemble the famed dog anymore. All in all, everyone involved in this issue put forth a great product that remembers the classics while respectfully creating something new and fun. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    First Comics News - Matthew Szewczyk Aug 18, 2012

    It is very clear that from cover-to-cover the Kaboom staff has poured a lot of effort into capturing the flavor of the original comics and that they love and respect the history of the characters. The effort shows through on each page and I am sure that this comic book will delight readers of all ages. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Book Resources - Ryan K. Lindsay Jan 4, 2012

    You could buy "Peanuts" for a little kid you know and they might enjoy it. Maybe you could buy it for a "Peanuts" completist; they might ignore its complacent faults. The effort of putting this comic together would have been much better spent creating a new all ages comic, something aimed for the here and now, and shoving that into kids' hands. Instead we get something that will live, and die, in the purgatory between kids who don't care and adults who might want to but truthfully won't. Read Full Review

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