It's Only a Game
Charles M. Schulz, Jim Sasseville, Derrick Bang
About Comics, 2004 - Humor - 239 pages
In the late 1950s, amidst the surging popularity of Peanuts and during a strongly creative period, Charles M. Schulz created his only other syndicated newspaper comic. It's Only a Game focused on the fun and foibles of people and their pastimes: golf, bowling, bridge, fishing, and more. This bouncy material, full of Schulz's signature wit, has for decades been considered one of the lost treasures of the comics field. Now, almost half a century later, this material is collected into book form for the first time! Commentary and insight is provided by artist and cartoonist Jim Sasseville, who worked with Schulz on the feature.
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Hiding in the history of the world's most successful cartoonist is a second syndicated newspaper feature that many Peanuts lovers are probably unaware of: It's Only a Game , a series of single-panel ... Read full review