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Check out CSBG's collection of comic book Easter eggs, including their newest addition of a bunch of Spider-Man Easter Eggs, like Spidey meeting Charlie Brown!
Was Kitty Pryde nearly a member of a brand-new X-Men team? Did Chuck Dixon save the Helena Bertinelli Huntress from the chopping block? And what's the surprising origin of Charlie Brown's first home run?
This week, did Marvel really edit a Stan Lee nude centerfold out of a comic book? Plus, did Thor almost have a spin-off comic in the 1970s? And has Charlie Brown ever actually won a baseball game?
Continuing his new weekly feature for SPINOFF ONLINE, Brian Cronin delves into product placement included in the original version of the holiday classic "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
CSBG is back with even more "Peanuts" Easter eggs from the pages of "Astonishing X-Men," "Sensational Spider-Man" and an unbelievably weird Charlie Brown cameo in, of all places, "Batman: Year One!"
In the latest CSBG's Easter eggs spotlight, we look at three appearances of Charlie Brown. The lovable big-headed goofball appears in "Fantastic Four," "Invincible" and even "Betty and Veronica!"
Twentieth Century Fox Animation and Blue Sky Studios have have secured the rights to produce an animated feature based on Charles M. Schulz’s beloved Peanuts comic strip. The movie is set to premiere in November 2015.
CBR News spoke with writer/artist Vicki Scott about carrying on the legacy of Charles M. Schulz in the new Boom! Studios graphic novel "It's Tokyo, Charlie Brown!," debuting in November.
CSBG takes a look at "Peanuts" firsts, including the first appearances of Snoopy, Linus and Lucy and the first time Charlie Brown fell flat on his back after an unsuccessful attempt to kick a football held by Lucy
BOOM! Studios will release the first graphic novel based on Charles Schulz's "Peanuts" as part of the kaboom! kids imprint. Based on the new animated special, "Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown" ships in March.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner looks back at the extraordinary career of the creator of "Peanuts," which he calls "one of the sharpest, funniest, achingly sorrowful and most moving comic strips ever produced."
After six decades, Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the gang are still going strong and CBR News spoke with Charles Schulz's widow Jean Schulz about plans for the legacy of America's most celebrated comic strip.