Peanuts stuff at Comic-Con


So, I’m back and mostly recovered from Comic-Con.

I had somehow missed the message that there would be another pop-up shop, this one focused on Peanuts and the space program.

What were they selling? Reproductions of a 1960s Peanuts space-themed banner. And skateboard decks. Of course.

Meanwhile, one of the nearby theaters was has their own Peanuts plans for five months from now… actually, curiously, just after Christmas Day.

And hey, if you want to hear one of the panels I was on, Jamie Coville recorded the panel about The Uncensored Mouse (an unlicensed Mickey Mouse reprint) and the public domain. It’s one of the panels here.


What is and is not exclusive at that Peanuts offsite

As I mentioned a couple posts back, the Super7 store in San Diego will be doing a Peanuts pop-up within the shop starting on the Friday of San Diego con. The earliest release made it sound like this was just a launch for their products, but (alas for those who …

blatantly cool Peanuts toys/not toys

One of the nifty things about how the San Diego Comic-Con has grown over its 50 years of existence (I’ve only attended… oh, probably 30. Egad.) is that the convention has outgrown the convention center and spills out for many blocks around. Various companies and groups, not wanting to pay …

Pop! goes the Snoopy

If you want to get all the Comic-Con exclusive Peanuts space items, you’ll have to go beyond the Peanuts booth. Head on over to the Funko booth, and stand in line, and you’ll be able to buy this Astronaut Snoopy figure. I admit, as much as I like some Pops, …