75 cartoonists pay homage to Charles Schulz, Snoopy’s father

A total of 75 cartoonists from the United States will celebrate on Saturday the 100th birthday of cartoonist Charles Schulz, creator of the famous strip. ‘Peanuts’starring Charlie Brown, Snoopy and his gang, paid homage in the best way they know how, to create an animation.

“It’s a tribute to who is perhaps the best cartoonist in the world,” said Patrick McDonnell, creator of the daily Motts strip that runs in 700 newspapers. After “Peanuts,” the world of comics changed. I think most cartoonists working today would say he was the inspiration.”

List of tapes involved in this tribute to Birth Schulz, who drew 17,000 comic stripss and became the most successful comic book artist of the second half of the 20th century, ranging from “BC,” “Dennis the Menace,” and “Rhymes With Orange” to “Zippy the Pinhead” and “Zits.” Each artist was encouraged to create their own way of honoring Schulz, known as “Sparky,” reports The Independent.

For his part, John Kovalsley, creator of “Daddy Daze,” drew the strip’s father figure, Paul, and the baby, Angus, talking about “a peanut with an open newspaper.” “Ba-ba?” the child asks. The Father Responds: “It’s a Peanut.” By Charles M. Schulz. He revolutionized comics by adding depth, emotion & rdquor; as pointed out.

While John Hambroek, creator of The Brilliant Mind of Edison Lee, He directed a visit from Snoopy as the pilot of the In World War I, Edison asked his father for “more jet fuel.” The creator decorated the family’s home with framed photos of Charlie Brown and Lucy.

Cartoonists are creative. When you have a daily deadline, the ideas have to flow, McDonnell said. I think people enjoyed the challenge of coming up with something to express their love and admiration for a man.

McDonnell, member of the board of directors of the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center, JumpStart creator Rob Armstrong came up with this idea to celebrate Schulz’s birthday. They both reached out to different cartoonists to launch this initiative.

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