Woodstock is a major animal character in the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz. He is best known as Snoopy's sidekick. He is named after the 1969 music festival in New York state. He first appeared in Peanuts in 1966 but did not have a name until the early 1970s.
Peanuts, Franklin - Charlie Brown’s quiet friend and confidant, Franklin might be the only one who never has an unkind word about our hapless hero. At school, Franklin sits one seat ahead of Peppermint Patty, which makes his school days that much more unbearable.
CHARLIE BROWN -- FIRST APPEARANCE: October 2, 1950 - “Good ol’ Charlie Brown” is the lovable loser in the zig-zag t-shirt—the kid who never gives up (even though he never wins). He manages the world’s worst baseball team…yet shows up for every game. He can’t muster the courage to talk to the Little Red-Haired girl…yet keeps hoping. He gets grief from his friends and even his own dog but he remains the hero - DID YOU KNOW: Charlie Brown's dad is a barber just as Charles Schulz's father.
LUCY -- FIRST APPEARANCE: March 3, 1952 - Known around the neighborhood (and by her little brother, Linus) for being crabby and bossy, Lucy can often be found dispensing advice from her 5-cent psychiatrist’s booth, yanking away Linus’ security blanket, or humiliating Charlie Brown. Lucy’s only weakness? Her unrequited love for the piano-playing Schroeder. - DID YOU KNOW: Lucy often speaks out for women’s rights and has high aspirations to one day be President and Queen.