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The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Snoopy Goes to Broadway

Peanuts characters tend not to interact with other owned intellectual property… but when it came to music, some exceptions were named in the 1980s.

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Upcoming releases

Cover: For The Love of Peanuts

We now have a cover for For The Love of Peanuts, next years coffee table tome of other artists interpreting Schulz’s characters. It’s got the look of being done with a very basic vector drawing program, a digital primitive take, if you will.  Anyway, the book can be preordered now, locking …

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New releases

A second look

Now that I have a copy of the new Look and Find: Peanuts, I can confirm that it is just a smaller-dimension reprint of 2011’s Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown Look and Find. There actually have been some very minor changes made on one of the spreads, but I leave it to the …

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The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Peanuts Projects

Peanuts Projects, a 1963 oversized activity book, was both a groundbreaker and a an odd duck in a number of ways… ways in which the AAUGH Blogger will take over ten minutes telling you about. If that doesn’t sound interesting to you, you’ve got the wrong podcast.

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New releases

Happy Thanksgiving Snoopy, and the rules

I just received the new storybook for children, Happy Thanksgiving, Snoopy. Adapted by Jason Cooper with art by Scott Jerald, it tells a tale of the year when everyone’s normal Thanksgiving plans fall apart, so the kids end up spending the holiday together with a non-traditional meal… it’s not an …

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Peapodcast mailbag

On this mailbag episode of the Peapodcast, Erle T. Grant, Peapodcast host and fanatic about the Peapod comic strip, answers the questions you’ve emailed him! Don’t hear your question answered? Submit it for next time!

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New releases

Review: Peanuts Cross-Stitch

The embroidery craft of cross-stitch is inherently a low-resolution one. Putting an X of thread around a weave intersection of aida cloth creates a single pixel, and one by one you build up your grid of pixels, generally with a handful of threads giving you a limited color pallet. As …

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The AAUGH Blog Podcast: A Charlie Brown Religion with Stephen J. Lind

Author Stephen Lind takes the interview seat this episode to talk about A Charlie Brown religion, a vital book looking on Schulz’s religious beliefs and the religious impact of Peanuts. The book can be ordered here.

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Comic book Peanuts

The end of a Peanuts run

I’ve got in my hands volume 10 of the KaBoom! Peanuts trade paperback series, which means that set is now complete; they’ve reprinted all of the issues of the KaBoom Peanuts comic book. This one reprints just two issues: issue 32 of volume 2 of the main series, plus the …

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Animated Peanuts

WildBrain, an animation studio owned by Peanuts Worldwide co-owner DHX, has started posting some new short animations on YouTube – two so far. Here’s one on Franklin teaching Charlie Brown football. (If you’re getting the blog via email, you may need to click through on the title of this blog …

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