Cartoon Art Museum
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Cartoon Art Museum information
Comics fans need no introduction to this museum, founded on a grant from Bay Area cartoon legend Charles M Schultz of Peanuts fame. All your favorite superheroes are here, but this bold museum isn't afraid of the dark, racy or political either – recent highlights include Pulitzer Prize–winning political cartoons, R Crumb's SF underground comics and 1930s women cartoonists curated by feminist comics legend Trina Robbins. Events offer rare opportunities to mingle among shy cartoonists, Pixar studio heads and obsessive collectors.