Some among the Peanuts fandom may miss the Snoopy magazine of the 1980s, bring an officially licensed Peanuts item into their mailbox on a regular basis. And the ending of the Peanuts comic book a few years back meant the end of going to the comic shop on a regular basis. Are we to make it through the rest of our lives without a periodic fix of a Peanuts periodical?
This publication, available at finer newsstands and through subscription, brings you a bimonthly dose of Peanuts clip-art attached to the usual set of word grids that one can see a ducky or a horsie in, if you look closely enough.
This brings two thoughts to mind:
- After all these years of word searching puzzles, haven’t all the words been found by now? Isn’t it like bitcoin mining, where finding a new word at this point would require such a vast commitment of computing that it would have severe environmental consequences.
- I would not consider it a true Peanuts word seek magazine unless it has something that looks like this: