PDF READ It's Only A Game

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Charles M. Schulz ¼ 0 Free download Read & download ↠ It's Only A Game 100 Ow almost half a century later this material is collected into book form for the first time Commentary and insight is provided by artist and cartoonist Jim Sasseville who worked with Schulz on the featu. Charming panel cartoons written by Jim Sasserville and illustrated by Charles M Schulz The panels do not use the Peanuts characters and are not as great as that strip but they are still worth your time

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Charles M. Schulz ¼ 0 Free download Read & download ↠ It's Only A Game 100 In the late 1950s amidst the surging popularity of Peanuts and during a strongly creative period Charles M Schulz created his only other syndicated newspaper comic It's Only a Game focused on the fun an. Charles M Schulz beginning

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Charles M. Schulz ¼ 0 Free download Read & download ↠ It's Only A Game 100 D foibles of people and their pastimes golf bowling bridge fishing and This bouncy material full of Schulz's signature wit has for decades been considered one of the lost treasures of the comics field N. There are probably a million books by Charles Schulz published throughout his long and productive career and posthumously And I am desperately as far as my communist cash flow will stretch trying to get them all At least a reasonable or is that unreasonable numberI am buying The Complete Peanuts faster than they re being published but coming across Schulz Youth randomly in a comic book store I couldn t leave that either So I also had to get his other stand alone strip a collaboration with Jim Sasseville It s Only A Game It details the big role games and sports play in our lives it s a big deal and sometimes takes over completelyAs someone who has never played a sport I was into animals and the arts even when growing up horses and jazz dance and now I m an actress in an amateur theatre troupe the most I got into sports was soccer with the neighbour boy Magnus and the odd sport we were forced to participate in at school but I have to say I am rather a fanatic ski jumping fan it s the only sport I follow and have never had much of a winner instinct these are entertaining comics I look at them with a shrewd eye and go how silly it can be And it is sometimes Competition plays a huge part in our lives and makes us do the strangest things sometimes observing jocks around me I can t help but think that it makes us primitive somehow it takes all the culture right out of us it makes us yell and scream and makes fat guys pull their shirts off for no apparent reason Mostly sports cause joy team spirit energy and the feeling of being part of something but sometimes it causes fights too at the meeting of opposing teams when it invades family life and puts friends against one another and it s both these factors we look into in this charming little collection of one panel comicsBut is it as good as my beloved Peanuts NoI think I pretty much said the same thing when I reviewed Youth with Peanuts you get to know the characters over time and the beauty of that is that you come to see them as your imaginary friends this is not the case with It s Only A Game Partly because the comic was short lived partly because it features random peopleI love the fact that I can relate to Charlie Brown he shares many of my troubles and worries and insecurities I also happen to have my own Little Red Haired Girl who in my case is a big grown man but the god he s way too good for me feeling is the same Charlie Brown knows the blues That having been said I have enough of Lucille van Pelt in me to mostly be able to yell the Charlie Brown into submission and take charge saying get over it Five cents please to end the self pityRelating like that doesn t happen with this comic but is it filled with Charles Schulz usual great ideas sure pen stroke and subtle humour Yes Some of the headline art from this comic that the newspapers that printed it usually threw away what the hell has been reprinted here and many are of the it goes without saying variety Sparky knew very well that a picture can do than a thousand words and that sometimes you don t need words these little illustration gems make you smile all on their ownIt also includes short anecdotes by Jim Sasseville who worked with Schulz on this comic it gives us Sparky aficionados valuable insight into how he worked and what kind of an artist he wasSo to conclude This is a must for hardcore Schulz fans but Peanuts is still the king


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    PDF READ It's Only A Game Charles M Schulz beginning

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    PDF READ It's Only A Game Charles M. Schulz ¼ 0 Free download Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¼ Charles M. Schulz There are probably a million books by Charles Schulz published throughout his long and productive career and posthumously And I am desperately as far as my communist cash flow will stretch trying to get them all At least a reasonable or is that unreasonable numberI am buying The Complete Peanuts faster than they're being published but coming across Schulz' Youth randomly in a comic book store I couldn't leave that either So I also

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    PDF READ It's Only A Game Charming panel cartoons written by Jim Sasserville and illustrated by Charles M Schulz The panels do not use the Peanuts characters and are not as great as that strip but they are still worth your time

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    Charles M. Schulz ¼ 0 Free download Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¼ Charles M. Schulz Characters It's Only A Game I freely admit I didn't get all the jokes not being into bridge but I've always found Schulz's non Peanuts work interesting Nice little read

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  • Paperback
  • 236
  • It's Only A Game
  • Charles M. Schulz
  • English
  • 04 May 2020
  • 9780971633896