Also Known As
- Charles Schulz
|Where's the Blanket Charlie Brown? (2002)||(Based on the original comic strip by)|
|Snoopy Concert (1995)||(Based on the "Peanuts" comic strip created by (uncredited))|
|Charlie Brown's ABCs (1984)||(Peanuts games and manuals based on characters by)|
|Snoopy's Campfire Stories (1996)||(Adapted from the Peanuts comic strip by)|
|Get Ready for School, Charlie Brown! (1995)||(Adapted from the PEANUTS comic strip by )|
|Get Ready for School, Charlie Brown! (1995)||(Dictionary Illustrations: Adapted from the PEANUTS comic strip by)|
|Snoopy vs. the Red Baron (2006)||(Very Special Thanks to)|
|Snoopy: The Cool Computer Game (1989)||(Special Thanks)|
Charles M. Schulz was an American cartoonist who created the comic strip Peanuts, widely regarded as the greatest comic strip of all time. Over the years, the comic strip has been associated with numerous merchandise, including of course video games. Despite not being directly involved in video games himself, Schulz's comic strip characters have been featured in some games.
Schulz passed away February 12, 2000 at the age of 77, from compilations from colon cancer, but reprints of his comic strip continue to be syndicated to papers worldwide. Likewise, Peanuts characters continue to be made available for merchandise (including video games).
Last updated: Feb 07, 2015