The Top 10 Best "Peanuts" KidsApr 17, 2023
as i mentioned last week it seems like snoopy got most of the attention in
peanutsand to a lesser extent woodstock as well so today i'm going to celebrate the other main characters in the classic comics and animated specials with this account regressive of the
bestchild. characters from the Peanuts gang at number 10, we have the youngest entry on this list, a character who could easily have been an unnecessary addition to the Peanuts roster, but managed to have a voice of her own iteration introduced in 1972 as Lucy and the newest sister of their alliance. The very name came from the perception that he would be just another Linus, but Rerun managed to gain his own personality from him.
He was more of an observant character and still had a lot of funny moments, especially when he hung out with Linus and Lucy. Some of his sweetest moments came from his interaction with Snoopy when the two formed a nice bond as the famous beagle seemed to treat him kinder than the other
kidswell he's not one of the most popular and famous peanut characters as in He didn't actually play a big part in many of the TV specials. still he managed to carve out a solid place for himself in the comics and the mu9 is hands down the smartest of the Peanuts gang Marci Marci is often connected with peppermint patty as they always hang out together and yes they are a fantastic couple, however, what sets Marci apart from others is her intellect, she also seems to care for everyone, not just peppermint pie but also Snoopy as she helps him fulfill his fantasies, she is also one of the few girls who doesn't make fun of Charlie Brown as much while not the more athletic Marcie shows that trait of Sena which isn't entirely necessary to accomplish much she also gets her fair share of jokes during the run of the comics and number eight we have the counterpoint optimistic to another wise and hapless character, Sally. what makes Charlie Brown's little sister character likable is her overall attitude, as she happily tries to make her life as fulfilling as possible, but her funniest moments, oddly enough, when she gets frustrated and angry, she constantly has to deal with teachers and the problems of a house brother and one can see that taking it on her cross also gets a good laugh that she is one of the characters that doesn't understand her attachment to the security blanket and that she can Forget that infamous scene and it's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown when she anointed him for making him skip Halloween like reruns.
Sally Brown might have been an unnecessary chaperone, but she managed to become a fully realized character and played a major role in the comic strip. my number seven pick is a character who is actually one of the most significant creations in comic book history Franklin was always way ahead of the curve of a general knowledge of events outside the little shack Schulz in particular seemed using the character to give an outside perspective on things and bring new ideas to the other characters of course Franklin was quite revolutionary as he was introduced during the height of the civil rights movement and Schulz rightly stopped at a newspaper or reader who he told her that Franklin should not be allowed to attend school with the other children. the infamous strip in which Schulz and Peppermint Pattie pointed out how shockingly segregated ice hockey is with Franklin Conversations have started and that's certainly a great thing even on the comic pages of newspapers.
My number six pick is certainly the bossiest peanut boy, but it's a crutch the shells she never turned annoying lucy infamous for her cranky personality that's a big part of what makes her memorable as much as we want to see Charlie Brown kick it the ball his constant tormenting of them will never get old his psych booth is another excellent gag mainly due to the useless advice he gives and of course his constant frustration with Linus and his obsession with his blanket and the Great Pumpkin it's also funny to see her completely soften whenever she finds herself in Schroeder's company a rivalry with Snoopy also played out wonderfully throughout the strip, Charles Schulz could have created a character who was completely insufferable and while there are times you wish you were receiving her deserved to see her win and find some crazy excuse, the least fun of the strips.
The Peanuts character and the number 5 may be focused on a specific joke, but that doesn't make him a less dignified personality. Pick fen, yes the running gag for this character is that he is completely dirty and despite his
bestefforts he still can't seem to get clean. that's part of his charm it's hard not to admire his dedication and the cloud of dust that surrounds him is almost a character in his own right it's interesting to see the attitude of the other
kidsvarious sometimes they don't care about his dirt and other points that are disgusting so while there's a sweet series of strips where peppermint pattie ends up falling femme and they're made for each other in a way, it goes to show that even if a character is focused on a specific quark if you do like it enough well that it can win over any audience and number 4 is undoubtedly the most philosophically crazy levity.
It seems that every time Charlie Brown is down, Linus is already around to give some boarding tips. He almost always has a decent name to say in a response to one of Charlie's problems, he is even able to deal with Lucy's negative attitude, usually this clever response his devotion to his security blanket is no doubt his kryptonite , since we see how any kind of separation affects him, his interactions with Snoopy also led to a great strips, especially in regards to them, constantly fighting over the blanket, as I said in the video of the Christmas specials, his dedication to the Great Pumpkin is actually worth admiring and is kind of a fun Halloween tradition.
Charlie Brown couldn't have found a better friend. You could argue that my number three pick is the most cultured member of the gang. Schroeder, like Pigpen, could be considered a one-note character, however Salt managed to flesh him out so that he became more than just a kid who loves to play the piano, the bait of him I hope is an obsession. he hilariously plays himself off, especially when he gets in Lucy's way trying to get her attention. His support for Charlie Brown is refreshing, as he is one of the few kids who really cheers for him.
The main thing I've always liked about Frodo, though, is his love of classical music as that weird kid who grew up in the '90s and ultimately preferred Mozart to the Backstreet Boys. I could relate to him in that regard, plus without Schroeder's piano skills how could the kids have learned to dance to classic Linus and Lucy beat number two is a peanut creation that could have been number one , but it felt out of place to put it in there Charlie Brown, it's a constant mistake, but it's hard not to like Andrew, friend to succeed only once, we all wait when he finally kicks the ball out of Lucy's hands, we hope that kick a kite and don't get stuck in a tree and when the redheaded girl will notice him like i said before he represents us and constant frustrations would be faced. in life that's why charles schulz managed to connect so much with him and because of all the things that go wrong for him when charlie brown finally gets some happiness we feel happy for him after a while this might have seemed sad but schulz did for comedy to work throughout the entire existence of comics that's why you're second best charlie brown but i think the best peanut boy is peppermint pie since i started reading peanut comics when i was younger, she was always my favourite, besides snoopy, all about her personality and interest in the general way of looking at life as a kid.
He seemed immensely attractive to me. a character profile for this classic sandal-wearing Charles Schulz creation sometimes called mr you
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