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Peanuts has been adapted into comic books as well as the short form comic strips. The first comics were published in the 1950s and 1960s and features some reprints alongside original work by Jim Sasseville and later Dale Hale. Charles M. Schulz drew some original covers. Toward the end of the run, entirely new stories were presented. Few Peanuts comics were published until Kaboom! Studios acquired a license to make new stories in the 2010s. These consist of entirely news stories.

Checklist

UFS/St. John/Dell/Gold Key

  • Four Color Comics #878, 969, 1015
  • Sparkle Comics #33
  • Sparkler Comics #115, 120
  • Fritzi Ritz #27–33, 37–50 (re-titled from United Comics)
  • Peanuts Volume 1 #1
  • Peanuts Volume 2 #1–13
  • Nancy and Sluggo #142
  • Tip Top Comics #173, 184–225
  • Tip Topper #16–22, 24–28
  • United Comics #21–26 (re-titled Fritzi Ritzi)

Kaboom!

  • Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown (2011)
  • It's Tokyo, Charlie Brown (2012)
  • Peanuts Volume 1 #0–4 (2011)
  • Peanuts Volume 2 #1–32 (2012)
    • Trade paperback volumes 1–9 (volume 9 scheduled for May 15, 2018)
  • Peanuts: Friends Forever (2016)
  • Peanuts: The Beagle Has Landed, Charlie Brown (2014)
  • Peanuts: The Snoopy Special (2015)
  • Peanuts: Where Beagles Dare (2015)

Other

  • Topix Comics features the gag strip Just Keep Laughing by Schulz in issues #5 and 7 (1947)
  • Unseen Peanuts (Fantagraphics, 2007)

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