by Charles M. Schulz introduction by John Waters(!) Well, this time around the wonderful world of Peanuts we have 1967 & 1968, two of the most pivotal years in American history, the apogee of "the sixties." The events of these years continue to resonate strongly today, bringing to the fore much of the culture clash that defines our own era. Now's your chance to (re)experience Charlie Brown & Co.'s take on it all. John Waters turns in a surprisingly heartfelt introduction wherein he reveals Lucy as his personal patron Peanut, providing yet another perspective from which to view his films. Firsts on hand in this volume include the introduction of the strip's first African-American, Franklin, along with the less well remembered José Rodriguez. There's plenty more we could say, but really, there's no need: it's Peanuts, it's all good.