Peanuts Comic Strip


The very first Peanuts comic strip and the first time Charlie Brown is called "Good Ol' Charlie Brown."

October 02, 1950




The first daily Peanuts strip appeared in seven newspapers:
The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Minneapolis Star/Tribune,
The Allentown Call Chronicle, The Bethlehem Globe-Times,
The Denver Post, and The Seattle Times.


From Monday, October 2, 1950, until the final strip appeared
on Sunday, February 13, 2000, Charles Schultz gave the world a
total of 17,897 strips: 15,391 daily strips and 2,506 Sundays.




The Last Sunday Peanuts Comic Strip


February 13, 200





The Last Week Day Strip

January 03, 2000




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