kaboom_peanuts_v7_tpTitle: Peanuts Volume Seven
Publisher: KaBOOM! Studios
Cover: Art by: Charles M. Schulz
Cover Color & Design by: Nomi Kane
Trade Design: Kara Leopard
Price: $13.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Website: www.kaboom-studios.com
Comments: This collection collects issues twenty-one to twenty-four.
Classic Peanuts Strips by, Charles M. Schulz and colors by Justin Thompson & Katherine Efird.
Lucy and Schroeder certainly do have a unique relationship. Sally now is Sally she has a different way of looking at things.Snoopy is always entertaining to watch.
“The Piano-Eating Tree” Story by Jeff Dyer, art by Scott Jeralds, inks & letters by Donna Almendrala and colors by Lisa Moore.
Lucy throws Schroeder’s piano up into the dreaded kite eating tree. Yes it turns out it likes pianos too. The unbelievable situation makes it funny. How did Lucy throw that piano up there? Could a tree really eat a kite? Plus the art is fantastic in its classic style.
“Leaf It To Linus” Story by Jeff Dyer, art by Robert Pope, colors by Nina Taylor Kester and letters by Steve Wands.
Watching leaves fall from trees is made into a past time here that is anything but boring. Linus does have fun with the leaves. So do a few others too.
“Night’s Watch” Story by Jason Cooper, pencils by Vicki Scott, inks by Paige Braddock, colors by Nina Taylor Kaster and letters by Donna Almendrala.
Lucy treats Snoopy and the results are what one might expect. Yes Lucy is good and Snoopy is Snoopy. You will always have fun watching these two interact.
“Charlie Brown’s Star” Story by Jeff Dyer, pencils by Scott Jeralds, inks by Justin Thompson, colors by Nina Taylor Kester and letters by Steve Wands.
Charlie Brown finds his very own star in the night sky. What happens is his excitement about it grows and grows and then well he is Charlie Brown, so poor Charlie Brown.
“Dogstoevsky” Story by Charles M. Schulz, layouts & letters by Donna Almendrala, pencils by Vicki Scott, inks by Alexis E. Fajardo and colors by Lisa Moore.
Lucy helps Snoopy write a story. Lucy is one hard critic and Snoopy knows just the thing to tell her. It will make you smile.
Great Pumpkin Poster, art by Charles M. Schulz and color & design by Nomi Kane.
The Great Pumpkin is a tale that is always real to one person and no one else. Believing is half the fun.
“Good Golly Miss “Moll-ie”!” Story by Art Poche, pencils by Vicki Scott, inks by Paige Braddock, colors by Bill Bedard and letters by Nomi Kane.
A day at the mall with Peppermint Patty and Marcie is a weird thing as you listen to Peppermint Patty.
“Eraserophagia” Story by Jeff Dyer, art by Robert Pope, colors by Lisa Moore and letters by Steve Wands.
Charlie Brown does find a way to cure himself of an ailment. The cure though may be worse than the ailment. It is laughable though for poor Chuck.
“The Eyes Have It” Story and pencils by Vicki Scott, inks by Paige Braddock, colors by Nina Taylor Kester and letters by Nomi Kane.
Peppermint Patty gets a warped idea about what makes one smart. We also get to see more interaction with her friend Marcie. These two are great friends and one wonders why. They are opposites so maybe that is why, opposites attract.
“Toodle-oo, Caribou!” Story & art & letters by Donna Almendrala and colors by Bill Bedard.
Snoopy and Woodstock and friends have a fun hike. They do do things that others would not. The story moves at a nice easy pace and the art is simple and gorgeous.
“Security Blanket Science” Story by Jeff Dyer, art by Robert Pope, colors by Lisa Moore and letters by Steve Wands.
Lucy does get what she wants. She is one assertive girl. Linus well as long as he has his blanket he is happy.
“Peanuts On Ice” Story by Jason Cooper, pencils by Vicki Scott, inks by Alexis E. Fajardo, colors by Nina Taylor Kester and letters by Katherine Efird.
Lucy and Snoopy make a interesting skating pair. You will always have fun watching these two interacting.
“Cyrano Brown” Story & pencils by Vicki Scott, inks by Alexis E. Fajardo, colors by Bill Bedard and letters by Katherine Efird.
Poor Charlie Brown just tries to help others and ends up hurting himself.
Charlie Brown is the underdog of underdogs but he keeps on going and he never gives up hope.

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Title: Peanuts Volume Seven Publisher: KaBOOM! Studios Cover: Art by: Charles M. Schulz Cover Color & Design by: Nomi Kane Trade Design: Kara Leopard Price: $13.99 US Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Website: www.kaboom-studios.com Comments: This collection collects issues twenty-one to twenty-four. Classic Peanuts Strips by, Charles M. Schulz and colors by Justin Thompson & Katherine Efird. Lucy...