Comic Book Reviews - Peanuts #3 Review
Category: Comic Book Reviews
After accidentally raising his hand to volunteer, he ends up actually volunteering to run for class president, a role he does not cherish at all. Worse than that, he has Frieda running against him because he supports dogs’ rights to be free just as much as cats. It is quite entertaining how the writers manage to place little political nods into classic children’s comic but they manage to do so.
Vicki Scott’s main story is quite good. She manages to write in the style of Schultz nailing the characterizations but she also manages to nail the design of the characters as well alongside Paige Braddock, the letterer, and Nina Kester, the colorist. They both do a great job, and make the comic one of my favorite to pick up each month!
Tommy Zimmer is an upcoming writer of short stories, comic books, journalism/media reviews, screenplays, and anything related to writing. On zimmert101.wordpress.com, you can view his latest work, and see what exciting things he is currently doing!!
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