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on June 30, 2008
This issue is a must for all Schulz fans and "Peanuts" fans, not to mention fans and non-fans alike of the David Michaelis biography, "Schulz and Peanuts." It contains some very thoughtful and well-written essays which clarify the objections that the Schulz family, especially his son Monte, had with the final results of what they were led to believe would be a detailed, respectful and informative biography of Mr. Schulz. That book turned out to be a very skewed, gloomy, doomy, judgmental volume with many deliberate omissions about key areas of the great cartoonist's life. The essays included in this issue of Comics Journal set the record straight, and I hope that all readers of the other book will have the opportunity to read these.
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on July 30, 2008
While you won't really get a complete view of Schulz from this and the Michaelis biography, you will at least realize that the Michaelis bio is very incomplete.

I didn't think the Schulz roundtable really added much, though, beyond Monte Schulz's (sizeable) contribution.

And the Bob Powell reprints were OK, but nothing to get too excited about.
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