‘Snoopy represents “being” in its purest sense and form. The familiar contour of his form is totemic, reduced, almost a sign or a letter. In Beagle Punctuation the image of Snoopy’s face teeters on the edge of abstraction. Two neon question marks and a full stop blown by Banner herself conjure his unmistakable face. Beyond these punctuation marks, which seem to question language itself, lies the iconic cartoon’
(J. Pocock, in Snoopy Vs The Red Baron, exh. cat., Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, 2011, unpaged).