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Schulz, Schultz, Schultze

So I can get Jim Scancarelli spelled right without looking it up.
I think for the rest of my natural-born days I’ll have to copy and paste Francesco Marciuliano.
Charles Schulz? I think I got him down. But not everybody does.

Charles M. Schulz, the creator of Peanuts, is among the most influential and respected cartoonists of all time. But people haven’t always shown that respect by taking the time to make sure they’ve spelled his name correctly.

Hogan’s Alley magazine posts Nat Gertler’s article on the misspelling of “Schulz.”

 

Now Mark Schultz, current writer of Prince Valiant, I have a problem with.
For some reason I always want to add an “e” to the end of his name.


above: the February 1, 2009 Prince Valiant, written and drawn by Mark Schultz

 

I blame that compulsion on Bunny Schultze.


above Foxy Grandpa from Kleefeld on Comics


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