If The Charlie Brown Dictionary is the best dictionary ever, it’s only because Charlie Brown is a more compelling character than Ms. Miriam Webster, Mr. Oxford English, or Dr. Lois “Fun Can” Wagnalls.
The AAUGH Blogger opens up his queries and comments from you, the wonderful AAUGH Blog Podcast Audience, answers some, muses on some, and accepts a compliment. Send your comments to questions@AAUGH.com !
While the Peanuts strip rarely aimed in direct blatant ways of the politics of the moment, beyond the strip politics and Peanuts became entwined in a number of ways.
The AAUGH Blogger interviews Wallace Exman, who edited Peanuts books for both World Publishing and Holt, Rinehart, and Winston in the 1960s and 1970s.
There are hundreds of Peanuts books, so many that most pass by without much public notice. But there was one that found itself the focus of a bit of a public tussle. In this episode, we explain why. For those who have listened to this episode, here’s the reference section. …
The AAUGH.com Reference library has many, many Peanuts books… including a few things that aren’t quite books, and others that are barely books, and others that are books and more. We take an (audio) look at them here.
On this episode if The AAUGH Blog Podcast, we have a nice long interview with Robert Pope, the artist on many recent Peanuts storybooks and on the Kaboom! Peanuts comic book, a wide-ranging conversation that covers not only that, but touches on his work on Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Scooby-Doo, …