The font that is used in this logo is a typeface by the name of . It was created by .
This font is an exact replica of the one used in the original logo.
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The first page you used to flip to in a Sunday newspaper is the comic section, and for fifty years from 1950 to 2000, Sunday comics were dominated by Peanuts. Created by Charles Schulz, this legendary comic strip featuring Charlie Brown and his lazy dog Snoopie was published in over 2,700 newspapers in seventy different countries, reaching hundreds of millions of readers. Exactly 17,897 four-panel comic strips were produced before Schulzís death in 2000, and the popularity of the franchise led to numerous merchandise tie-ins and adaptions into other media.