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Now in stock: The Complete Peanuts 1969-1970, 1967-1970 Box Set / Slipcase
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under videopreviewsPeanutsnew releasesCharles M Schulz 15 Sep 2008 5:04 PM

The Complete Peanuts 1969-1970 by Charles M. Schulz

The Complete Peanuts 1969-1970
By Charles M. Schulz


He turns up first as Snoopy’s secretary, then gradually becomes a good friend whom Snoopy helps to fly South... but it’s not until June 22, 1970 that the little bird gains a name, in a perfect salute to the decade that ends with this volume: Woodstock!

In other timely stories, Peppermint Patty runs afoul of her school’s dress code (those sandals!), Lucy declares herself a “New Feminist,” and Snoopy’s return to the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm on a speaking engagement climaxes in a riot and a new love found amidst the teargas (“She had the softest paws...”).

Speaking of Snoopy, this volume falls under the sign of the Great Beagle, as three separate storylines focus on the mysterious sovereign of Beagledom. First Snoopy is summoned by a wrathful G.B. when Frieda submits a complaint about his (Snoopy’s) desultory rabbit-chasing efforts; then, back in the Great one’s good graces, Snoopy is sent on a secret mission; and finally he himself ascends (briefly!) to the mantle of Great Beagledom.

In other news, an exasperated Lucy throws Schroeder’s piano into the maw of the kite-eating tree, with gruesome results... Miss Othmar goes on strike and Linus gets involved... Charlie Brown’s baseball team has an actual (brief) winning streak... Snoopy’s quest to compete in the Oakland ice skating competition is thwarted by his inability to find a partner... Charlie Brown goes to a banquet to meet his hapless baseball hero Joe Shlabotnik... Snoopy is left in the Van Pelt family’s care as Charlie and Sally Brown head out of town for a vacation... and (alas) the Little Red-Haired Girl moves away...

This volume also features a new introduction by renowned illustrator Mo Willems and, as always, gorgeous design by award-winning cartoonist Seth.

344-page black & white 8.5" x 6.5" hardcover • $28.99
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The Complete Peanuts 1967-1970 Box Set by Charles M. Schulz

The Complete Peanuts 1967-1970 Box Set
By Charles M. Schulz

A boxed set of the ninth and tenth volumes of The Complete Peanuts, designed by the award-winning graphic novelist, Seth. Shipping shrinkwrapped, with volumes 1967-1968 and 1969-1970 packed in a sturdy custom box designed especially for this set, it's the perfect gift book item.

two 344-page black & white 8.5" x 6.5" hardcover slipcased volumes • $49.99
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Also available: the slipcase by itself • $4.99
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Jem Eaton's Cartoon Jumbles
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Untagged  15 Sep 2008 9:02 AM

Here's a few details from the pieces in Jeremy Eaton's art show that opened in Seattle on Friday night. Check out the pieces online here. Very cool.




Gary Leib's Wall St.
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under misc 15 Sep 2008 8:51 AM


Go watch: The second episode of Concrete Jumble, a series of animations about the history of New York City, by Gary Leib. This one's about the history of Wall St. -- well timed, Leib! After the last 24 hours, this might end up being a requiem for Wall St., too. 


Friedman & Others draw the VPs
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Drew Friedman 15 Sep 2008 8:27 AM

Drew Friedman and a few other cartoonists explain their caricatures of the VP candidates over at the NY Times.

David Foster Wallace
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under misc 13 Sep 2008 11:02 PM
Satellite CMYK: Coming in Nov.
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under MomeDash Shaw 12 Sep 2008 9:56 PM

Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under misc 12 Sep 2008 9:03 PM

Poster by Tim Silbaugh.  

Chocolate Cheeks for 9/12/08
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under webcomicsSteven Weissmanmeta 12 Sep 2008 3:39 PM

Chocolate Cheeks by Steven Weissman

Time for a new installment of Steven Weissman's in-progress pages from "Blue Jay," an epic 32-page story from Chocolate Cheeks, the next collection of the Yikes! gang's adventures. In this week's episode: a brief solemn moment. (Remember, you must be registered and logged in to read.)

Haunted Classics by Gahan Wilson
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Gahan Wilson 12 Sep 2008 3:14 PM

Gahan Wilson cartoon

In anticipation of Halloween, Playboy presents a gallery of classic cartoons by Gahan Wilson, along with a handful of interview features.

They also spill the beans on Fantagraphics' upcoming collection of every cartoon Wilson ever published in Playboy, a 3-volume hardcover slipcased set due next October, in time for Halloween 2009! Yow! (Having been a fan of Wilson's work since I was a little kid reading Matthew Looney books, I personally can't wait for this set!)

Blogosphere roundup for 9/12/08
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under reviews 12 Sep 2008 2:34 PM

The Internet weighs in on our books this week:

The Times names Daddy's Girl by Debbie Drechsler and Funeral of the Heart by Leah Hayes two of "the summer's best graphic novels"

NPR.org reviews and excerpts Bottomless Belly Button by Dash Shaw; Sean T. Collins calls BBB "a deeply pleasurable, and rewarding, read"

Sean T. Collins also digs into Mome Vol. 12

Chris Allen reviews Strange and Stranger: The World of Steve Ditko by Blake Bell

• Jeff Lester thinks Love and Rockets: New Stories #1 is so nice, he reviews it twice: once for The Savage Critics, once for io9; plus more reviews from The Star Clipper Blog and Marc Singer; Rocketship also gives it a quick plug

Our favorite fictional comic shop clerk recommends several of our new releases (though her page count for The Portable Frank is missing a zero)

• If you can read Greek, maybe you can tell us what Back to Mono is saying about Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron by Daniel Clowes

• Speaking of Clowes, Amazon's Omnivoracious blog gives the rundown on Ghost World: Special Edition

And in other links: 

Mome artist Tim Hensley discovers Comic Life

Here's a great poster by Tim Lane

The Comics Reporter interviews John Pham

Back to School with Johnny Ryan! Plus, how 'bout some Angry Youth Comix-based fan art? (links NSFW, as if it needs saying)

Stephen DeStefano has a tale of meeting Ditko

• Found via Delicious: Annotations of The Complete Peanuts on WikiBooks

Noah Berlatsky has contrary opinions about Kim Deitch, particularly his cover for The Comics Journal #292

The New York Times looks at the "R. Crumb's Underground" exhibit in its current incarnation at Philadelphia's Institute of Contemporary Art

I'm not sure what this is all about, but there's a lovely picture of Jimbo in Purgatory with a couple of other oversized comics books

Photographer Seth Kushner takes a spooky portrait of Michael Kupperman

• For her column at comiXology, The Comics Journal assistant editor Kristy Valenti runs down the Ivan Brunetti/Dan Clowes/Adrian Tomine panel at Bumbershoot

The Oregonian talks about Crumb and the undergrounds with Rebel Visions author Patrick Rosenkranz

Ger Apeldoorn has scans of a vintage profile of and cartoons by Hank Ketcham

Bob Levin has a funny anecdote about interviewing S. Clay Wilson for the next issue (#293) of The Comics Journal

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