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Charlie Brown: POW!: A Peanuts Collection

de Charles M. Schulz

Sèrie: Peanuts

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"The Peanuts gang is ready to play ball in this collection of baseball-themed comic strips"--Page 4 of cover.
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“It’s very lonely out here on the pitcher’s mound.”

So utters one of the most well known, most persistent, greatest managers, and losingest ball players that has ever lived...Charlie Brown. Charlie Brown and the peanuts gang have been playing baseball for over fifty years and in that time they have come to symbolize our love and passion for the game. We can always count on Charlie Brown to have his socks knocked off (along with other clothes), Lucy to drop the ball, Snoopy to fall asleep and still be the best shortstop ever, the team to lose badly, and to still come out and play again the next day. It gives us hope to know that when all else fails, Charlie Brown and gang will be around to play ball with us.

Peanuts is now, and has been, one of my favorite strips and I love seeing them play baseball. That being said, I have to admit I really do not like this themed collection. Not because the strips aren’t poignant and well chosen, they are, but because it takes the strips out of context so we don’t see how some storylines start or finish, because they don’t deal with baseball. Schulz did not write the baseball stories in a vacuum, they could continue on for days or weeks. Sometimes they’d be interrupted by other events. By pulling the strips out of context, it sometimes leaves the reader wondering what happened, whether its is something that are mentioning or the fact that storyline suddenly seems to end. I would have far preferred to see the strips in order and enjoy Peanuts in its entirety, than just see baseball strips.

A more positive change that the publishers made, is that while the original strips were published in black and white, these strips have been reprinted with color added to them, likely to help resonate with younger readers. While this may seem like sacrilege to some, the Sunday Peanuts strips have long been in color, and the color choices used in this collection match those. To be honest, while reading the book I forgot that the strips were not originally in color because the colors work so well with the characters and seem natural. Both of these changes are positive, as they help readers reconnect with stories or just see them in a new light.

While I appreciate that AMP is trying to introduce new readers to Peanuts, I think it would be best served by putting them in order versus themed. Regardless, this book is one that all ages will enjoy and new readers will delight in discovering the joy and passion that the Peanuts gang brings to baseball. ( )
  zzshupinga | Jan 2, 2015 |
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