So how can you get your hands on one of these beautiful, over-sized, slip-cased, hardcover marvels, valued at $75 and chock full of Peanuts strips and facts spanning all 50 years of Charles Shultz’s beloved, modern comics masterpiece?
Break out your drawing pencils!
To enter our Celebrating Peanuts Giveaway, all you have to do is send us your Peanuts fan art! Any character, any setting – what you create is up to you. It can be oil paints, watercolors, Bic pen, No. 2 pencil, on canvas, a Big Chief notepad or the back of a napkin from Applebee’s. As long as it’s Peanuts, it’s your entry into our drawing.
You have from now until March 13th to send your entry to marketing(AT)uclick(DOT)com or via snail mail:
Celebrating Peanuts Giveaway
c/o Universal Uclick - Marketing
1130 Walnut St.
Kansas City, MO 64106
We’ll post as many pieces of fan art as we can here on the GoComics blog, and we’ll draw the random winner on Tuesday, March 15th.
So help us welcome Peanuts – send us your fan art today!
It's like this. I walked to the store to get some not-Dr. Pepper (their Dr. Pepper 10 marketing INFURIATES ME and I wrote them a strongly worded letter. For reals) and was hit on the head with ice/snow that was falling off of the roofs of downtown buildings. Very high ones. High speed ice/snow? Stingy!
The National Cartoonists Society has announced the nominees for the Reuben Award for Cartoonist of the Year. For the second year in a row, Richard Thompson, creator of Cul de Sac and Richard's Poor Almanac, is one of the nominees.
Probably for work like this:
Thompson's fellow esteemed nominees are Pearls Before Swine creator and video star Stephan Pastis and animator, author, illustrator and director Glen Keane.