October is my favorite time of the year. It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown has a special place in my heart. Super7 celebrates the event with four unique action figures. This is a must for all Peanuts collectors.
Schulz wanted Charlie Brown to get a rock at one house. Melendez suggested it happen three times, and while executive producer Lee Mendelson said no, he was overruled. According to Schulz in the book and retrospective TV special Happy Birthday, Charlie Brown, after the program first aired, bags and boxes of candy came in from all over the world “just for Charlie Brown.”
In the Peanuts strip that originally ran on October 31, 1957, Linus and Lucy are forced to share a Halloween costume when they can only find one sheet! This 3.5” articulated combo Linus & Lucy figure comes on a card back featuring the comic strip that inspired them. Add the entire Vintage Peanuts Halloween ReAction wave to your collection today!
In the Peanuts strip from October 26, 1952, Snoopy wears a mask in an attempt to scare Lucy- but it’s Lucy who gets the last laugh! This 3” articulated Snoopy figure wears a frightening Halloween mask and comes on a card back featuring the comic strip that inspired him.
In the Peanuts strip that originally ran on October 27, 1954, Charlie Brown wears his mask backwards because he can’t bear to see the frightened faces of his victims! This 3.5” articulated Charlie Brown figure features a spooky mask and a brown paper trick-or-treating bag accessory, packaged on a card back featuring the comic strip that inspired him.
As seen in the October 25, 1953 Peanuts comic strip, it’s Violet! One of Charlie Brown’s most constant tormentors, Violet is fittingly dressed as a witch! This 3.5” articulated Violet figure sports a witch hat and carries a broom accessory. Violet comes on a card back featuring the comic strip that inspired her.