Charles Schulz: November 26, 1922 - February 12, 2000

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Ted Dawson remembers Charles Schulz on the the tenth anniversary of the great cartoonist's passing.

While Ted may feel "like the whole art form died with him," I can't disagree more.

My two cents is cartooning is as alive as ever. While comic strips are, invariably, connected to the fate of newspapers, other graphic art forms -- Web comics, graphic novels, manga, animation -- are flourishing.

But, yeah, of course, there was only one PEANUTS.

Related: Read PEANUTS from the very first strip at!

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