The AAUGH Blogger takes a look at Is This Tomorrow – that’s right, no question mark there! – a 1947 Red Scare comic book that Schulz worked on. It’s available in a reprint, for the Kindle, or to read free online.
There are many, many Peanuts books that do exist. There are, I suppose one could say, infinite ones that do not. In this episode, the AAUGH Blogger muses about some book projects that do not exist, but should.
Alexis E. Fajardo, who is Senior Editor of Publishing for Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates as well as creator of Kid Beowulf, joins us for a live-at-the-San-Diego-Comic-Con interview.
The AAUGH Blogger takes a look at the inobvious 1997 book The Defeasible Pumpkin: An Epiphany in a Pumpkin Patch. It’s Christian apologetics fun! Particularly if you define “fun” very loosely! (The free PDF of the book can be found at this link.)
In this episode, the Peapodcaster takes a look at The Peapod Thesaurus from the 1970s.
The AAUGH Blogger looks at a booklet where the Peanuts characters teach us about… sanitary beverage manufacturing? You betcha!
The AAUGH Blogger takes a look at the spate of nun cartoons of the 1950s, and the effect they may have had on the work of Charles M. Schulz. The above example of the sort of work discussed comes from Bill O’Malley, who, like all the folks involved, is …
Gary Burghoff, who was the original Charlie Brown in the off-Broadway smash You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown joins us to discuss that, as well as his own venture into comic strips, which in a way is the flip-side of Peanuts… instead of just focusing on kids, Gary Burghoff’s The Home (available in …
There are many Charlies Brown in this world. Some of them have written books about being Charlie Brown. In this episode, the AAUGH Blogger takes a look at several such book, including one of particular significance to the Peanuts fan.
Jason Yungbluth talks about his unlikely creation, the post-apocalyptic Peanuts parody Weapon Brown,