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a new Peanuts graphic novel

Now here’s one that I didn’t see coming. With KaBOOM having gotten back into the business of reprinting the Peanuts comic book material, I was wondering if they would do something new, and they are… kinda. They’ve announced a graphic novelization of an existing story – specifically, the film Race …

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Nun cartoons

This is a non-Peanuts post, but I’ve been working on a project which has some overlap in interest, so I thought I’d bring it up. A little while ago, I posted a 1950s cartoon with a nun teaching some native Americans, one of whom was dressed akin to Charlie Brown, …

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Upcoming releases

Boogie Down

Here’s the cover for the upcoming Peanuts For Kids strip reprint Snoopy: Boogie Down. Because the kids, they’re all about disco! Saturday Night Fever forever! Coming on October.

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The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Charlie Brown’s ‘Cyclopedia

The AAUGH Blogger takes a look at the decades of history of the ultimate pre-Wikipedia reference work, Charlie Brown’s Cyclopedia.

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The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Easter egg extra

As a little “extra” to celebrate the holiday, we present you with some excised material from episode 20.

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On-air interview

I was interviewed by Ken Gale for WBAI’s Hour Of The Wolf (which is actually two hours, wolves must be bad at telling time) last night. We did touch on Schulz, although largely it was a wider-ranging talk on my publishing efforts. You can find it in the WBAI Radio Archives (but …

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The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Drunken Charlie Brown

A very short podcast this week with a nineteenth century tale about a very different Charlie Brown.

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Upcoming releases

It’s Happiness time again

Happiness is a Warm Puppy, the classic Peanuts gift book, seems to resurface fairly regularly.  Coming around Christmastime – in fact, listed as shipping the day before Christmas, and thus to late to actually get it by Christmas – is an edition from yet another publisher. This time, it’s coming …

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Spike was a secret Trekkie because of… MURDER!

Dadgummit, I was so proud of my theory why those two July 1978 strips were originally drawn with Spike watching Hogan’s Heroes, yet were edited and run in newspapers with Spike watching Star Trek instead. The dates! The companies! It all fit together!!! But sometimes Occam whips out his razor …

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The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Recycled titles

Some Peanuts book titles are used again and again.

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