In the latest issue of Snoopy Team-Up…

Classic finds

I was zooming through the Internet, looking at jackets of albums with Snoopy-related recordings, the way one does, when I stumbled across this one that I’d not seen before.

Alas, it is not the epic crossover battle that the title and cover image suggests, bringing Mary Tourtel’s Rupert Bear out of the comics pages and into the World War I air conflict. It is, of course, two separate songs being named on this 1973 album – “Rupert”, and the ubiquitous “Snoopy vs. the Red Baron”. I am disappointed indeed.

Classic finds
Tom Everhart books

I was lucky enough to find out with little warning the Tom Everhart, who has been doing fine-art paintings using Peanuts imagery for over thirty years now, was talking at a local small museum (small enough that it takes up a store space at the local mall. I’ve never met …

New releases
The final reflection on a decade

With the New Year just a few hours away, I think I can now with comfort announce that the Award for the Decade’s Most Inexplicable Error in a Book About Peanuts goes to: Out of respect for the publisher, who is taking corrections seriously, I will not name the offending …

Classic finds
Snoopy and the presidency

It’s presidential election season again. I’m not looking forward to this one, because California has moved its primary up enough so that now it actually plays a part in deciding candidates, which means that I’ll actually have to figure out who I’ll support. But it’s also bringing to mind a …