comic illustration adapted from art by Reed Crandall & George Peppe from The Corpse That Came to Dinner in the July 1953 issue of Out of the Shadows

Comic illustration adapted from art by Reed Crandall; George Peppe from The Corpse That Came to Dinner in the July 1953 issue of Out of the Shadows for the cover of Four Color Fear: Forgotten Horror Comics of the

Always knew charles schultz was a genius

a frame from a yellowed peanuts comic with schroder holding up a brahms record and saying to lucy: "buying records cheers me up. when ever i feel low, i buy some new records"

I wish I was bald and cool like Charile Brown.

I'm really proud of my record collection - Charlie Brown Charles Schulz

Batman finding alternative uses for the bat signal. "Don't forget the coffee, Robin!" Isn't this what sidekicks are for?

~ Pop Art One of my favorites; If I need to cry, "Crying in his arms".

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