Good Old and New Charlie Brown

Posted by Michael Pinto on Dec 23, 2009 in Comic Books, Hobbies and Collections |

Peanuts Then and Now Figure Sets

The amazing thing about Peanuts is that it represented the life’s work of Charles Schulz, and as such the character designs changed over time. As a side note while his character designs were very graphic, they’re incredible hard to draw — Schulz’s draftsmanship was brilliant. Next year marks the sixtieth anniversary of the comic strip and to celebrate Dark Horse will be releasing Peanuts Then and Now Figure Sets showing the characters as they first looked in 1950 and then as they looked later in the series. Here’s good old Charlie Brown as he appeared in 1950:

Peanuts Then and Now Figure Sets: Charlie Brown Then

And a later day newer good old Charlie Brown:

Peanuts Then and Now Figure Sets: Charlie Brown Now

Here’s Snoopy then (notice that he looks much more dog like):

Peanuts Then and Now Figure Sets: Snoopy Then

And the modern Snoopy that we all love:

Peanuts Then and Now Figure Sets: Snoopy Now

Tags: , , ,





Comments are closed.

 

Copyright © 2019 Fanboy.com All rights reserved. Theme by Laptop Geek.