The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Peanuts buy-in (Planet Peanuts)

We’re shipping out this week’s episode early to cover breaking news – media giant Sony buying a portion of the rights to Peanuts. The press release and AAUGH Blogger analysis in this episode of the podcast. (I swear I’m not really changing the title of the blog permanently to Planet …

The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Planet Peanuts

On this episode of the economics podcast Planet Peanuts, we look at the pricing of Peanuts books and Peanuts comic books.

The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Peanuts Presents

On the occasion of The AAUGH Blogger’s birthday, he strings off a list of presents he wants… not just for himself, but for the entire Peanuts community. Okay, there are some just for himself.

The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Personal growth

On this episode of the podcast, the AAUGH Blogger offers crackpot theories on the odd ways in which Peanuts characters age.

The AAUGH Blog Podcast: KaBOOM!’s Whitney Leopard interview

The AAUGH Blogger chats with Whitney Leopard about recent and upcoming new and reprint volumes of Peanuts material. (For those of you who could use a little translating of the inside-the-industry jargon, when she refers to an “OGN”, that’s Original Graphic Novel – i.e., a book of comics that hadn’t been previously serialized …

The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Happiness is a Warm Parody

The release of 1962’s Happiness is a Warm Puppy reshaped the book industry, and gave rise to copycats and parodies. Nat discusses some of them here.

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.

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.

The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Drunken Charlie Brown

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

The AAUGH Blog Podcast: Recycled titles

Some Peanuts book titles are used again and again.