The avian politics take a strange turn in part five of the Peanuts story arc from the first week of July 1968:
Snoopy and the political birds (two now), part four, from Peanuts in 1968:
At the halfway mark of this story arc, it suddenly occurs to me that if I had saved this for another year it would have run at its 50th anniversary (1968-2018). Oh, well ... here is part three of Snoopy and the future Woodstock, with "Peanuts politics":
The second installment of the Peanuts "politics" story arc from 1968:
For Independence Day week: A special Peanuts story arc from the beginning of July 1968 featuring the bird who would later be named Woodstock in a satire on politics:
While these carry reprint dates beginning with June 27, the Peanuts wiki says these ran from July 1 through 6 when originally published in 1968. The series will continue through this weekend.
Speed Bump from July 2, 2014. We are what we eat?
And the concluding installment of last year's "Summertime for Stupid" Diamond Lil story arc. Maybe he should stick to flying into things face first.
Part five of the Diamond Lil "Summertime for Stupid" story arc from last year. Ouch.
Part four of "Summertime for Stupid" from last year's Diamond Lil. Parts five and six will be posted over the weekend, as previously announced.
Part three of the Stupid the Bird summer story arc (in which, as usual, he can't win) from Diamond Lil, one year ago.