Title: Snoopy (HC)
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Cover Art: Charles M. Schulz
Cover Design: Kara Leopard
Price: $ 14.99 US
Rating: out of 5 stars
Comments: “Classic Peanuts Strips” by Charles M. Schulz and colors by Justin Thompson & Katharine Efird.
Charles wrote and drew such beautiful comic strips. They would always make you smile.
“Snoopy From the Block” Story by Charles M. Schulz, adapted by Jason Cooper, art & letters by Donna Almendrala and colors by Nina Taylor Kester.
Snoopy has a chance to win the Daisy Hill Puppy Cup award. He wants so much to win.
Within this story is a lovely touching scene with Snoopy and Lucy. Sometimes they seem to hate each other but other times they do not.
Gorgeous artwork accompanies this story. It is done in the classic style.
“How to Be a World Famous Author” Story & pencils by Vicki Scott, inks by Paige Braddock, colors by Lisa Moore and letters by Alexis E. Fajardo.
Snoopy tries his paw at writing a book. He does believe in himself and in his assistant. Snoopy finds that he also makes a good critic of others work. The art is so beautifully done presenting the characters as you have come to love them.
“Adventures of … the Flying Ace in: BEHIND ENEMY LINES!” Story & letters by Alexis E. Fajardo, pencils by Mona Koth, inks by Justin Thompson and colors by Nina Taylor Kester.
Snoopy uses his imagination to full effect as he is the Flying Ace. He does get lots of action and some root beer as he leaves a trail of broken hearts behind and even more enemies on his tail.
“The Masked Marvel” Story by Alexis E. Fajardo, layouts by Vicki Scott, pencils by Bob Scott, inks by Paige Braddock and colors by Nina Taylor Kester.
Wrist Wrestling is a very competitive sport. The Masked Marvel is a marvel at it but he has one thing against him. Nice fast-paced story with great art.
“Food For Fraught” Story by Shane Houghton, art & letters by Matt Whitlock and colors by Lisa Moore.
Snoopy may be scared but he knows where to go to be protected. His Master whom he makes happy by showing his love for him. Man’s best friend is a dog after all.
“The Lone Beagle” Story & Colors by Art Roche, pencils by Vicki Scott, inks by Justin Thompson and letters by Alexis E. Fajardo.
“Daisy Hill Days” Story by Jason Cooper, art & letters by Donna Almendrala and colors by Katharine Efird.