Snoopy the Astrobeagle, NASA's Mascot for Safety

After the Apollo 1 fire, NASA needed to rebuild its devastated Apollo program. They approached Charles Schulz, creator of Peanuts, for permission to use Snoopy as their mascot for safety. He agreed, and Snoopy set off on safety-conscious mission to the Moon. » 4/30/14 4:00pm 4/30/14 4:00pm

What if superheroes were drawn in the style of newspaper comics?

In this week's The Line It Is Drawn art challenge, Comic Book Resources asked artists to draw superheroes as characters in popular newspaper comic strips. And so the X-Men invade Family Circus, Thor takes the place of Hagar the Horrible, and Bat-Snoopy leads a merry band of Woodstock Robins. » 10/19/13 7:00am 10/19/13 7:00am

Play a nightmarish adventure story set in a twisted world that evolved…

An alien intelligence gets a hold of a book of Peanuts comics and misinterprets them as a protocol for life. Gradually, the intelligence spreads its misshapen imitations of Snoopy and Charlie Brown across the universe like a cancer, until all of existence resembles Charles Schulz's work filtered through a horrific… » 1/06/13 2:00pm 1/06/13 2:00pm

Charlie Brown finally kicks the football, with a little help from…

Once upon a time, it seems Peanuts creator Charles Schulz (edit: maybe) and Marvel cartoonist John Romita, Sr. drew a pair of collaborative comic strips featuring the Peanuts cast and Spider-Man. In one, Spidey faces off against Snoopy's WWI ace; in the other, he helps Charlie Brown finally kick that football. » 1/15/12 1:00pm 1/15/12 1:00pm

The search is on for a lost piece of the Apollo program's history

Two months before Neil Armstrong set foot on the Moon, Apollo 10 completed the final test mission, doing everything except land on the Moon. Now amateur astronomers are looking for Apollo 10's long-lost lunar module... which is, rather adorably, named "Snoopy." » 9/19/11 4:00pm 9/19/11 4:00pm

It's the Great Dalek, Charlie Brown

If Charles Schulz had written about a time-hopping Gallifreyian instead of a chronically depressed little boy, chances are his artwork would look like Larry Wentzel's. There's no Snoopy as K-9, but who wouldn't want to see A Weeping Angel Christmas? » 6/18/11 8:00am 6/18/11 8:00am