Spanish Peanuts

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I just discovered that for some reason, in the mid-1970s, The Pomona, California newspaper Progress Bulletin began running Peanuts in Spanish, with English subtitles. Let me be clear that this is something that they did only with Peanuts; not only are there no other comic strips so subtitled, there is no Spanish to be found anywhere else in the paper.

Translating humor can be difficult. Note that the added text in the final panel is not the signature GROG, as I first thought, but the number 6206; the strips were sequentially numbered.
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  As these two ads, from 1954 and 1961 respectively, show, Patty and Violet had a rather consistent relationship… living on slightly different planes, and not introducing themselves, but giving a name to each other. 40 SHARES Share Tweet this thing Follow the AAUGH Blog

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The Untouchable Charlie Brown

If you look at this ad, you may be wondering (as I did when I stumbled across it) why Charlie Brown is advertising a television show in 1963… and why, of all shows, he’s advertising┬áThe Untouchables. (Or you may be one of the many people now populating the earth too …

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Peanuts First Edition guide

As proud as I am of my Peanuts Book Collectors Guide, it is not the be-all and end-all guide…. and as much as I have visions of making it so, the real life of being a father of two, the runner of a business, a make of dinners, and a …