If you’re one of those who has been demanding AAUGH Blog merchandise…

well, then, you don’t exist. No one has been demanding AAUGH Blog merchandise. But let’s presume for a moment that such people existed. In fact, you can pretend to be such a person. And let us further presume that what you wanted in terms of merchandise was a little circle of cardboard. And furthermore, you really wanted this thing to be hideously overpriced.


With my publisher-of-About-Comics hat on, this week I released three sets of. yes indeed, pogs. Those of you who were not children of the 1990s might not recall these discs that were used as part of game, but for a brief moment in that previous century, they were a craze. And as the publisher of things that used to be popular, it was clear to me that now was the time to get in on things. Two of the sets featured images from specific About Comics projects (Canadian hero comic The Jam and American kinda-hero, kinda-villain comic The Liberty Project), but the other set was about About Comics in general, featuring various projects and other silly things. And since I was doing such a set, did you think I could ever skip including…


If you want to know more about these pog sets, including how to order, you can read the press release!


AAUGH and the holiday season

The old AAUGHmobile and I were in a collision a couple weeks back, so say “hi” to the new AAUGHmobile. It’s white with black highlights, so it looks a mite like Snoopy! Meanwhile, I’ve got a fractured wrist, making typing a bit hard, so I’m just summarizing my full usual …

End of the blog Twitter feed

This is the final post to go out on the blog’s twitter feed. Please go to to find other ways you can follow the blog. (Sorry, folks, but the modern Twitter is just something that I need to pull away from.) 40 SHARES Share Tweet this thing Follow the …

AAUGH Blog’s Twitter feed to end

The Twitter account with links to each new blog post will soon be closing down. I apologize to the handful of people who are using that to follow the posts here, but doing anything that provides free content for and encourages people to use that service have become untenable. For …