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Peanuts is a comic strip series authored by Charles M. Schulz, which has expanded over the years to cover several other media such as animation, film and television. The series is also known under the name of its two main caracters: Charlie Brown and Snoopy.
- Peanuts (October 02, 1950 - February 13, 2000).
- The Complete Peanuts (May 2004 - April 2016). A 12-volume reprint of the entire Peanuts comic strips.
- Peanuts Every Sunday (December 2013 - 2022). A reprint of the sunday strips in full color.
- A Boy Named Charlie Brown (December 4, 1969)
- Snoopy, Come Home (August 9, 1972)
- Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (August 25, 1977)
- Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!) (May 30, 1980)
- The Peanuts Movie (November 6, 2015)
- A Charlie Brown Christmas (December 9, 1965)
- Charlie Brown's All Stars (June 8, 1966)
- It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (October 27, 1966)
- You're in Love, Charlie Brown (June 12, 1967)
- He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown (February 14, 1968)
- It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown (September 27, 1969)
- Play It Again, Charlie Brown (March 28, 1971)
- You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown (October 29, 1972)
- There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown (March 11, 1973)
- A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (November 20, 1973)
- It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown (February 1, 1974)
- It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown (April 9, 1974)
- Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown (January 28, 1975)
- You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown (October 28, 1975)
- It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown (March 16, 1976)
- It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown (October 24, 1977)
- What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown! (February 23, 1978)
- You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown (March 19, 1979)
- She's a Good Skate, Charlie Brown (February 25, 1980)
- Life Is a Circus, Charlie Brown (October 24, 1980)
- It's Magic, Charlie Brown (April 28, 1981)
- Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown (October 30, 1981)
- A Charlie Brown Celebration (May 24, 1982)
- Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown? (February 21, 1983)
- It's an Adventure, Charlie Brown (May 16, 1983)
- What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown? (May 30, 1983)
- It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown (April 16, 1984)
- Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown (March 20, 1985)
- You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (November 6, 1985)
- Happy New Year, Charlie Brown! (January 1, 1986)
- Snoopy!!! The Musical (January 29, 1988)
- It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown (September 27, 1988)
- Why, Charlie Brown, Why? (March 16, 1990)
- Snoopy's Reunion (May 1, 1991)
- It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown (1992)
- It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown (November 27, 1992)
- You're in the Super Bowl, Charlie Brown (January 18, 1994)
- It Was My Best Birthday Ever, Charlie Brown (September 14, 1996)
- It's the Pied Piper, Charlie Brown (2000)
- A Charlie Brown Valentine (February 14, 2002)
- Charlie Brown's Christmas Tales (December 8, 2002)
- Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown (August 29, 2003)
- I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown (December 9, 2003)
- He's a Bully, Charlie Brown (November 20, 2006)
- Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown (March 29, 2011)
- The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show (September 17, 1983 - August 3, 1986). A 18-episodes series aired by CBS.
- This is America, Charlie Brown (October 21, 1988 - May 23, 1989). An 8-episode mini-series.
- Peanuts Motion Comics (2008). A series of 20 cartoon shorts released through iTunes. Later released to DVD in March 9, 2010.
- Peanuts (2016). A Cartoon Network series adapted from the original comics.
- You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (1967)
- Snoopy: The Musical (1975)
- Snoopy and the Red Baron (1983). Atari 2600.
- Charlie Brown ABCs (1984). Commodore 64.
- Snoopy (1984). Commodore 64.
- Snoopy's Magic Show (April 28, 1990). Game Boy.
- Snoopy's Silly Sports Spectacular! (September 22, 1988). NES.
- Snoopy's Game Club (1992). PC.
- Get Ready for School, Charlie Brown! (1995). PC.
- Snoopy Concert (May 19, 1995). Super Famicom.
- Snoopy no Hajimete no Otsukai (1996). Game Boy.
- Snoopy Tennis (April 6, 2001). Game Boy Color.
- Where's the Blanket, Charlie Brown? (2003). PC.
- Snoopy vs. the Red Baron (October 24, 2006). PlayStation 2, PSP and PC.
- Charlie Brown All-Stars (2006). PlayStation 2.
- It's the Big Game, Charlie Brown! (2007)
- Snoopy no Aiken DS: Chitte Okitai Inu no Koto - Inu no Nouryoku - Anata no Shitsuke (2009). Nintendo DS.
- Snoopy's Flying Ace (June 2, 2010). Xbox 360.
- Snoopy's Street Fair (2011). iPad and Android.
- Charlie Brown's All Stars! (2013). iPad and Android.
- Snoopy Coaster (2013). iPad and Android.
- Snoopy's Candy Town (2013). iPad and Android.
- Snoopy's Sugar Drop (2014). iPad.
Links to other series
|Mickey Mouse||November 26, 1955||Some Peanuts strips feature references to Mickey Mouse.||2
|Archie||December 01, 1967||Betty and Veronica issue #144 features a poster of Peanuts.||2
|Tintin||September 01, 1975||Tintin and the Picaros features masks of Charlie Brown in a carnival parade.||2
|The Great Gatsby||May 22, 1980||There are several references to The Great Gatsby in the Peanuts comic strips.||3
|Batman||February 1987||Batman: Year One issue #1 features a Snoopy lamp in one panel.||2
|Donald Duck||September 22, 1988||The Japanese NES game Donald Duck was repurposed as Snoopy's Silly Sports Spectacular! in America.||3
|The Simpsons||December 17, 1989||There are several references to Peanuts in the Simpsons series.||2
|Tiny Toon Adventures||September 16, 1991||The Tiny Toon Adventures episodes "Pledge Week" and "It's a Wonderful Tiny Toons Christmas Special" feature references to Peanuts.||3
|3rd Rock from the Sun||December 15, 1996||The 3rd Rock from the Sun episode "Jolly Old St. Dick" features a minor reference to A Charlie Brown Christmas.||3
|Dexter's Laboratory||December 03, 1997||The Dexter's Laboratory episode "Sports a Poppin'" features references to Peanuts.||3
|Buffy the Vampire Slayer||February 24, 1998||In the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode "Passion", Willow and Xander say they watch A Charlie Brown Christmas as a christmas tradition.||2
|Transmetropolitan||September 01, 1998||Transmetropolitan features a bodyguard character that looks similar to a grown-up Charlie Brown.||3
|Just Shoot Me!||December 15, 1998||In the Just Shoot Me! episode "How the Finch Stole Christmas", Elliot is dressed as Charlie Brown.||2
|The King of Queens||January 18, 1999||The King of Queens episode "Dog Days" features a minor reference to the Peanuts comic strip.||2
|Arthur (PBS)||May 31, 1999||The Arthur episode "A Long, Dull Christmas" features a minor reference to Charlie Brown and Snoopy.||3
|Harry Potter||November 01, 1999||In one Peanuts strip, Sally writes fan letters to Harry Potter, unaware he's fictional.||2
|Top 10||2000||Top 10 issue #6 features a kid dressed with a combined Charlie Brown/Dr. Doom attire, and a dog following him wearing Snoopy's red scarf and goggles.||3
|Family Guy||July 12, 2000||There are several references to Peanuts in the Family Guy series.||3
|South Park||December 20, 2000||The cast of South Park watch and criticize A Charlie Brown Christmas in the episode "A Very Crappy Christmas".||2
|The West Wing||January 24, 2001||The West Wing episode "The Drop-In" features a reference to Charlie Brown, Lucy and her football prank.||2
|Johnny Bravo||March 30, 2001||The Johnny Bravo episode "Freudian Dip" features a minor reference to Peanuts.||3
|Friends||November 01, 2001||In the Friends episode "The One with the Halloween Party", Gunther is dressed as Charlie Brown.||2
|That '70s Show||December 18, 2001||The That '70s Show episode "An Eric Forman Christmas" features references to A Charlie Brown Christmas.||3
|Malcolm in the Middle||February 02, 2003||The Malcolm in the Middle episode "Grandma Sues" features a reference to Peanuts.||2
|Kill Bill||October 10, 2003||Kill Bill: Volume 1 features a character nicknamed Charlie Brown, whose appearance is simialr to the Peanuts character.||3
|The Fairly OddParents||July 03, 2004||In the episode Channel Chasers they go to the show Walnuts, a parody of Peanuts.||3
|Arrested Development||November 14, 2004||There are several minor references to Peanuts in Arrested Development.||3
|My Life as a Teenage Robot||December 08, 2004||In the My Life as a Teenage Robot episode "A Robot for All Seasons" there's a kid looking like Charlie Brown.||3
|Robot Chicken||March 27, 2005||The Robot Chicken episodes "Vegetable Funfest" and !1987" feature segments parodying Peanuts.||3
|The Boondocks||December 18, 2005||The Boondocks episode "A Huey Freeman Christmas" features several references to A Charlie Brown Christmas.||3
|Unaccompanied Minors||December 08, 2006||There's a minor reference to A Charlie Brown Christmas in Unaccompanied Minors.||3
|Poptropica||2010||A Peanuts based island is in Poptropica.||1
|Wander Over Yonder||September 13, 2013||There are references to Peanuts in Wander Over Yonder.||3
|Bojack Horseman||July 17, 2015||Back to the Future was mentioned in the Bojack Horseman episode "Yesterdayland".||2
|Roblox||October 26, 2015||In a limited time event in Roblox, players could get Peanuts-themed gear and spawn Snoopy as a companion. Due to the Toy Story rule, this can be considered a real incarnation of Snoopy.||1
|Over the Hedge||December 13, 2015||Characters from Over the Hedge interact with Linus van Pelt. Both series are owned by Andrews McMeel Syndication.||1
|The Loud House||September 22, 2016||Lincoln is wearing Charlie's winter outfit from "A Charlie Brown Christmas" in The Loud House episode "Homespun".||2|