Yesterday Charles Schulz, the legendary creator of Peanuts who passed away in 2000, would have turned 100 years old. And to celebrate this milestone, cartoonists and artists paid tribute to Schulz and his most famous creations in the panels of their own comic strips and on social media.
“Schulz is the only cartoonist ever to receive this honor—a fitting tribute for a man who devoted his entire life to cartooning,” The Schulz Museum posted.
Here’s a look at a few of them:
Bizarro by Dan Piraro
Broom Hilda by Russell Myers
Family Circus by Bill Keane and Jeff Keane
You can see more of them by visiting the Schulz Museum website, as well as Go Comics or Comics Kingdom, where you’ll want to navigate to any strips from Nov. 26. You can also check out the #Schulz100 hashtag on Instagram, Tumblr or Twitter.