|Summary||Periodical features article, "My Attitude Was, They're Not Bosses, They're Editors", on pages 25-35. The column is an interview with Al Plastino, a comic book artist best known as one of the most prolific Superman artists of the 1950s. On page 34, Plastino mentions that he was hired to ghost write the Peanuts comic strip in the event that something happened to Charles M. Schula during heart surgery (see notes). Three of Plastino's Peanuts dailys are reprinted on page 34.|
Schulz, Charles M.