charlie brown

peanuts movie

I feel like a bad nerd, but I had no idea there was a Peanuts movie in the works, so if you did, I grant you 50 extra points to your geek card.

Yep. A new teaser trailer dropped today that let us know that Fox Entertainment and Blue Sky Studios are working together with director Steve Martino, producer/director Paul Feig and writers Craig Schulz (Schulz’s son), Cornelius Uliano and Bryan Schulz — and it seems to be in good and loving hands.

You can view the teaser after the break.

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the doctor is in

(JD Hancock via Geekosystem)

batman and robin snow

(via The Clearly Dope)

charlie brown green lantern

Feeling pressure is part of being a superhero. People who are in the business of saving other people or planets have to make hard decisions. It’s not for the fainthearted. So what if Charlie Brown was chosen to be the Green Lantern? A reader of Comic Book Resources asked this question and artist Nick Perks illustrated the above response. Given Charlie Brown’s nature, I don’t think he’d fare so well. I’d probably have the same problem.

Be sure to click the comic to enlarge!

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Charlie Brown has gone badass in this mash-up created by Justin Hillgrove for the “Icons and Influences” show coming to the Ltd. Gallery next April. All of the 30-40 pieces at this Seattle, Washington show will be pop culture tributes and parodies. These three images are a preview and include mash-ups of Peanuts/Evil Dead, Where The Wild Things Are/Studio Ghibli and Where The Wild Things Are/The Usual Suspects.

See more mash-ups after the break…

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Lego Charlie Brown


This Lego Charlie brown figure from Legohaulic is absolutely fantastic. You can’t help but smile.

(Legohaulic via Super Punch)

It’s not a lack of effort mind you. I mean, they always fly up really fast hoping and praying this will be the day they finally score a hit, but in the end their target just vanishes and they end up crashing and burning. Aaugh! Unfortunately, you can’t actually go out and buy something like this. It was a one off piece by artist Tom Torrey that combined two of his childhood passions.

(gammaraybot’s Flickr via The Zeray Gazette via  Neatorama)