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On the 100th anniversary of World War I, CBR looks back on the comics that chronicled the struggles of those affected by the conflict.
A CG-animated take on Charles Schulz's legendary comic strip is set for Nov. 6, 2015, and here's the first teaser trailer and promotional images.
It's almost Christmas, and SPINOFF is spotlighting a few Christmas themed legends, including whether a Coca-Cola ad was mixed into the original 'A Charlie Brown Christmas.'
This week, Brian Cronin retraces how Charles Schulz’ ownership of a Ford started his Peanuts characters on the road to A Charlie Brown Christmas.
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!
It's a day of new footage as new clips for "Thor: The Dark World" drop and Marvel releases the new trailer for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."
Paul Feig will help bring Charlie Brown and the gang to the big screen, as producer of the 2015 "Peanuts" film from Fox and Blue Sky Studios.
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?
Two original Charles Schulz comic strips fetch a combined $78,200 at auction! Interviews with Kevin Cannon and Zander Cannon, Jim Ottaviani, Enki Bilal and J. Torres! Plus more!
At CinemaCon in Las Vegas, 20th Century Fox rolled out its animation, comedy, action and drama slates for 2013 and 2014, ranging from "The Wolverine" and "Epic" to "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters" and "Peanuts."
Was creator William Marston specifically told to reduce Wonder Woman bondage in chains by 50%? Did DC really win a trademark dispute over the cricket term "batsman?" All this plus another "Peanuts" mystery!
Did Chris Claremont secretly return to the X-Men books in 1999? Did Steve Ditko seriously turn down a chance to adapt Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged" as a comic book? Plus, a strange Peanuts rumor!
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Peanuts" #5, featuring the adventures of Charles Schulz’s World War I Flying Ace, or Snoopy, to his friends. The issue goes on sale January 23.
Did Supergirl creator Al Plastino draw months worth of "Peanuts" strips in case Charles Schulz got ill, or were the motivations behind the strips more sinister? And did an issue of "Cable" correctly predict Hurricane Sandy?
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.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of September 19's "Peanuts" #2 featuring stories and art by Charles Schulz, Alexis Fajardo, Vicki Scott, Mike DeCarlo and more.
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 blew the roof off of Comic-Con International with a series of announcements including a new book from "Adventure Time" creator Pendleton Ward and much more.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Peanuts" #4! Snoopy takes on Lucy at wrist-wrestling on Wednesday, April 18!
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale March 21, including "Hellraiser Masterpieces" #10, "Peanuts" #3, "Planet of the Apes" #12, and "Steed & Mrs. Peel" #3!
From "Adventure Time" and "Peanuts" to "Fanboys Vs. Zombies" and "Extermination," BOOM! Studios brass discussed the publishers plans and projects for 2012 at WonderCon.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Charles Schulz's "Peanuts" #2! The issue hits stores Wednesday, February 8.
"Jane's World" creator Paige Braddock spoke with ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea about working on BOOM! Studios' new "Peanuts" comic and the challenges in crafting new stories while capturing the spirit of Charles Schulz.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale November 2, including "Irredeemable" #31, "Betrayal of the Planet of the Apes" #1, Francis Manapul's "7 Warriors" #1, "Elric" #5, "Peanuts" #0, and more!
CBR News spoke in depth with Gary Groth, the co-founder and publisher of Fantagraphics, about digital releases, changes at "The Comic Journal," producing comic strip archives and much more.
Award-winning cartoonist Stephan Pastis spoke with CBR News about "Pearls Before Swine's" nearly ten years in syndication, the origins of the strips crocs, his creative process and adapting "Peanuts" to animation.
BOOM! Studios publisher Ross Richie spoke with CBR News about the new kaboom! all-ages line of comics, which includes a new "Peanuts" OGN and an original series by "Muppet Show" cartoonist Roger Langridge.
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.
BOOM! Studios has announced that will publish Charles Schulz's "Peanuts" under its new KABOOM! kids imprint, which was announced earlier today.
The greatest logos have an impact on readers, are instantly recognizable and stand the test of time. Legendary letter and logo designer Todd Klein chooses his favorites in a special feature for CBR.
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.
PRESS RELEASE: Sparky: The Life and Art of Charles Schulz Discussion and Signing at Cartoon Ary Museum