The Complete Peanuts 1989-1990 (Hardback)
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Short Description for The Complete Peanuts 1989-1990 In Vol. 20 of the Complete Peanuts series, which collects the 1989-1990 newspaper strips, Charlie Brown gets a girlfriend, Snoopy gets jury duty and much more.
- Published: 18 October 2013
- Format: Hardback 344 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781606996805 ISBN 10: 1606996800
- Sales rank: 65,508
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Our latest volume is particularly dense with romantic intrigue, as Marcie and Charlie Brown end up at camp together, sending Peppermint Patty into mad jealousy (especially since Marcie can t resist teasing her) and an old friend of Charlie Brown s attempts to look him up again but confuses him with Snoopy and goes on a date with him instead. But the most crucial event in romance is Charlie Brown s romance with Peggy Jean even though he s so flustered in his first conversation with her that he ends up stuck with the name Brownie Charles for the duration of her relationship ( I kind of like it ). This volume also introduces yet another Snoopy sibling, Olaf, who is humiliatingly invited to enter an ugly-dog contest (and, even more humiliatingly, wins). Plus lots of Zen-like Spike-and-cactus strips, Sally Brown non-sequiturs, D-minuses for Peppermint Patty, and wise thoughts from Franklin s grandpa Snoopy treks through the wilderness as the Beagle Scoutmaster and through the desert as the World Famous Sergeant of the Foreign Legion, Woodstock takes a whack at being the King of the Jungle, Lucy enjoys Michael Jackson on her boom box, Marcie s perfectionism leads to a crack-up, Pigpen runs for class president, Snoopy gets called to jury duty and for a change, Lucy pulls the football out from under Charlie Brown."