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My new license plate frame

Now everywhere I drive is considered a deductible advertising expense, right? RIGHT?? I really wanted to make the top line (heart)PEANUTS? but the build-your-own-frame set had no question marks. Which is a bad thing. Unquestionably.

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The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Lex Fajardo interview

Alexis E. Fajardo, who is Senior Editor of Publishing for Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates as well as creator of Kid Beowulf, joins us for a live-at-the-San-Diego-Comic-Con interview.

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Comic book Peanuts

Mission Accomplished

While there were lots of bits of business that I had to get done at Comic-Con last week, the one purchase I felt was absolutely necessary was to get a copy of Mission Out of Control, the convention-exclusive Peanuts comic book. After all, I’m the guy who chronicles these things. This …

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Comic-Con

Snoopy wins an award, and some nun news

At last night’s Eisner Awards, generally considered the biggest awards in the American comics scene, the big thick hardcover strip collection Celebrating Snoopy took home the trophy in the category of “Best Archival Collection/Project – Strips”. Congratulations to the fine folks who put that book together… and to Snoopy himself! And …

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Comic-Con

Comic-Con Peanuts panels report

Well, my time at Comic-Con is over for the year, but there were two good Peanutsy panels. The first one, covering Peanuts and NASA, I was possibly the last audience member allowed into the very full room. The panelists, including folks from the Schulz Museum, Creative Associates, NASA, and CollectSpace, …

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The AAUGH Blog Podcast: The Defeasible Pumpkin

The AAUGH Blogger takes a look at the inobvious 1997 book The Defeasible Pumpkin: An Epiphany in a Pumpkin Patch. It’s Christian apologetics fun! Particularly if you define “fun” very loosely! (The free PDF of the book can be found at this link.)

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Comic-Con

Comic-con panel: Snoopy Space Traveler: The History and Future of Snoopy and NASA

A panel has been added to the Comic-Con schedule, covering the expanded Peanuts/NASA alliance. Here’s the official description: Discover how cartoonist Charles M. Schulz partnered with NASA to bring everyone’s favorite beagle Snoopy to the moon in this retrospective panel about the history and future of Snoopy in space. The …

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Peapodcast: The Peapod Thesaurus

In this episode, the Peapodcaster takes a look at The Peapod Thesaurus from the 1970s.

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Comic-Con

Peanuts back in space!

The Peanuts folks have put out a press release announcing a new effort with NASA, the National Air and Space Administration, about their plans to generate new educational content and a school curriculum for teaching about deep space exploration. They say that more details will be released at Comic-Con next week. This …

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Comic-Con

Peanuts panel at Comic-Con 2018

The San Diego Comic-Con is two weeks today, and the schedule is (slowly) being released. Today it was announced that at noon on Friday will be the panel Peanuts Family Album, which is a discussion of the more minor characters in the strip’s line-up. The panel is run by Andrew Farago, …

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