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Preview: Peanuts Vol. 5 TP

Peanuts Vol. 5 TP

Imprint: KaBOOM!

Authors: Charles M. Schulz, Bob Scott, Vicki Scott, Jeff Dyer, Alexis E. Fajardo, Caleb Monroe & Nat Gertler
Artists: Charles M. Schulz, Vicki Scott, Mona Koth, Stephanie Gladden, Scott Jeralds, Robert Pope, Jeff Shultz & Andy Hirsch

Grab your blanket and get ready to cuddle up with this timeless collection of Peanuts goodness! Featuring brand-new adventures with Charlie Brown and the gang alongside classic strips from legendary creator Charles M. Schulz, this is the perfect read for old and new fans alike. Whether you want to take a seat at Schroeder’s piano or seek counsel at Lucy’s psychiatric booth, this volume features all your favorite friends in the neighborhood and has something for everybody.

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Preview: Peanuts #24

Peanuts #24

Imprint: KaBOOM!

Authors: Charles M. Schulz, Jeff Dyer, Jason Cooper, and Vicki Scott
Artists: Charles M. Schulz, Robert Pope, and Vicki Scott

With the science fair in full swing, Lucy knows exactly how to win that First Place ribbon. While all the other kids will have rocks, bugs, and batteries, Lucy will be find a way to scientifically prove whether Linus’s blanket can truly bring him security.

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Preview: Peanuts #21

Peanuts #21

Imprint: KaBOOM!

Writers: Charles M. Schulz, Jeff Dyer, Jason Cooper, Various
Artists: Charles M. Schulz, Robert Pope, Scott Jeralds, Vicki Scott, Various

When Lucy throws Schroeder’s piano into the Kite-Eating Tree, Charlie Brown and Snoopy must find a way to save the instrument from being chomped. “The Piano-Eating Tree” and many more Peanuts adventures can be found in this month’s issue of all-out fun!

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Preview: Peanuts #18

Peanuts #18

Writers: Charles Schulz, Nat Gertler, Vicki Scott, Jeff Dyer
Artists: Charles Schulz, Stephanie Gladden, Vicki Scott, Robert Pope, Scott Jeralds

All Sally wanted was to return to school and continue where she left off. Nobody told her that every single year she would have to “break in” a whole new set of teachers! How can she progress her education when every year is a new starting point?! Sally won’t take it, and given her conviction, she may just convince the gang that this fresh beginning needs an old start.

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