Via Brian Cronin‘s regular Comic Book Resources column “Comic Book Legends Revealed”, a particularly interesting tidbit: See, back in 1969, Charles Schultz made a few strips that featured Snoopy writing a novel, and used them to make a series of jokes about narrative and the writing process. And more than a decade later, Len Wein turned it into a Batman comic.
The beagle’s novel begins:
Suddenly a shot ran out! The maid screamed. A door slammed. Suddenly, a pirate ship appeared on the horizon!
As he touched her hand, she sighed...
And ended with the line:
And they lived happily ever after. The End.
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