Peanuts, circa MCMLXV

Peanuts. Not a coloring book, but a book to color, from the famous comic strip created by Charles M. Schulz. Authorized edition no less. Copyright MCMLXV, which is 1965. I had to look it up. Pretty formal for a bunch of little funny looking squished head kids. This is my favorite era of Peanuts. Everyone looks like doughboys left out in the sun for a little too long. There are no skateboards inside the “book to color.” Snoopy looks cool as usual.

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  1. talentlessquitter on November 3, 2011 - Reply

    You had to look up roman numerals? Not a fan of Powell Peralta boards…

    …I hate that when the cover of a (child’s) book or comic never returns inside the book.

  2. They made skateboards with 2″ thick coffee table surfaces in 1965?

  3. good one Heath.

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