It’s Loopy!

The Amazon listing for the hardcover collecting Lucy-themed comic book stories has updated. The official title listing has changed from Charles Schulz’ Lucy to Charles M. Schulz’s Lucy – the middle initial, an s after the apostrophe… that’s the way it should be. And there’s a cover… which doesn’t have “Schulz” in any form, possessive or otherwise.

And then there’s these opening lines from the description:

Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts continue with brand new adventures and classic tales! Featuring a best of collection Snoopy’s comic book adventures.

This is what happens when you use a previous release as a template. Or maybe Snoopy is sneaking into this book the way he snuck into that second sentence! (Wait, is that even a sentence?? It grammar not sense make!)

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Munchtime update

As often happen when a book is announced well in advance, the cover for The Peanuts Munchtime Cookbook has changed, from this: to this: …which. umm, doesn’t even say “Munchtime” on it, although that continues to be the title on the Amazon listing. Perhaps it shall be  Peanuts Family Cookbook, we …

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Lucy Speaks Out

So in March, the month after the Lucy volume of the character-themed comic book story collections, comes Lucy: Speak Out, the twelfth of the full-color strip collections aimed at the younger set. (Hoewver, bremember that these books aren’t actually character-themed, despite their use of character names n the title.) Share this:

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Dell Peanuts page count

We now have an announced page count for the Peanuts Dell Archive collection of comic books stories originally published in the 1950s and 1960s by Dell Publishing – the listing now has it at 352 pages. That’s a nice thick book… but it’s only about half as many pages as …