No one nailed happiness like Peanuts' creator Charles Schulz. Or anger or loneliness or wonder or fear, for that matter. He was a student of the human condition and spent 50 years exploring it through the hyper-articulate Peanuts gang. It's been more than 20 years since Charles Schulz's last original strip was published, but Peanuts continues as a cultural touchstone. It regularly makes the lists of best comics ever. Snoopy and his doghouse, Charlie Brown and his zigzag shirt, Linus and his blanket are all iconic. This special edition takes a look at the characters that make Peanuts a classic and peels back the curtain to reveal the man who made them.