Peanuts Artist’s Edition unboxing

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I just got my copy of the Peanuts Artist’s Edition, which you too can order from Amazon, and it is a great big, lovely book. I made this video of me opening it and flipping through it – you can skip the first minute-and-a-half of the unboxing if you don’t want to see me actually struggling with the box. One thing that I should’ve noted was not only that the included strips were all from the first 10 years of Peanuts, but also that they were all dailies. This suggests the possibility not only of 4 more volumes, but of 9. (If there is a volume 2, I hope they go with 1960s Sundays.)

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The Complete The Complete Peanuts 26

I like to own copies of all the different editions of books I wrote or did major work on. And I also like owning Peanuts books, as I’m sure you’ve noticed. So lately, I’ve been tracking down copies of The Complete Peanuts 1950-2000: Comics & Stories, aka The Complete Peanuts …

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How the AAUGH Blogger sometimes misses books

I put some effort into getting all the Peanuts books released in the United States… yet sometimes I miss one. For example, I missed this deluxe songbook that came out last year. How did I miss this? Well, even though it was not distributed through the normal book distribution routes, …

Classic finds
Milky Way

The latest addition to the AAUGH.com Reference Library is this 1957 Milky Way ad. It’s in Schulz’s Peanuts style, but doesn’t use Peanuts characters. Why didn’t they use Peanuts? Because then it’d be Snickers!   Hey, if it was your blog, you’d tell your own bad jokes! 40 SHARES Share …