Introduction for The Complete Peanuts: 1967 to 1968
by Charles M. Schulz
, Seattle, Washington: Fantagraphics Books, ISBN 1-56097-826-0
2 Biographical Movies |
5 Print Biographies |
19 Interviews |
14 Articles |
2 Pictorials |
6 Magazine Cover Photos |
6' 2" (1.88 m)
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Irony ruined everything. I wish my movies could have played at drive-ins, but they never did, because of irony. Even the best exploitation movies were never meant to be 'so bad they were good'. They were not made for the intelligentsia. They were made to be violent for real, or to be sexy for real. But now everybody has irony. Even horror films now are ironic. Everybody's in on the joke now. ...
His favorite childhood memory was seeing real blood on the seat of a wrecked car when visiting a scrap yard and fantasizing about lethal car crashes.
Many of his characters have alliterated names (Dawn Davenport, Francine Fishpaw, Tracy Turnblad, Penny Pingleton, Sylvia Stickles).