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Riffing on Peanuts
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under PeanutsmiscellanyCharles M Schulz 4 Dec 2014 12:54 PM
Peanuts
The next Complete Peanuts volume has an introduction unlike any one you have ever seen before. We've had comedians before from Whoopi Goldberg to Patton Oswalt talk about their connection to Schulz, Snoopy and the Gang but never before have we had someone riff on top of a Peanuts comic strip!
 
The comedians behind Rifftrax, Mike Nelson, Bill Corbett and Kevin Murphy are also known for their work in Mystery Science Theater 3000. Mike was a writer and then host of the show, while Corbett and Murphy wrote and provided the amazing voices for the 'bots, Crow and Tom Servo respectively. They riff on four Peanuts strips in the upcoming The Complete Peanuts Vol. 23 (1995-1996)
 
But don't worry, there's also a fantastic words-only introduction written by two of their newer Rifftrax writers, Sean Thomason and Conor Lastowka. Like the kind that makes you laugh 'til you cry. And for anyone attending the Rifftrax LIVE show tonight in Nashville and streaming into theaters across the United States, Fantagraphics a little preview of the riffed comics just for the audience as part of downloadable digital goodies! There's still time to get a time to get a ticket for tonight, check your local theaters here to see who is showing Rifftrax: Santa Claus . And you've got plenty of time to preorder The Complete Peanuts Vol. 23 (1995-1996)
Snoopy TV 
Shopping Cart Maintenance
Written by Sonia Lei | Filed under miscellany 4 Nov 2014 11:45 AM

Hello Fanta readers! Our online shopping cart is currently undergoing some much-needed maintenance time, and so online ordering will not be available for the next few hours.

However, you can still get a hold of the books you crave! Our rockstar customer service lines are ready to take your orders by phone in the interim. Please call us toll-free at 1-800-657-1100 or, if you're outside the U.S, 206-524-1967.

TULSA: Tim Lane and The Lonesome Go Release Party
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Tim Lanemiscellanyeventsart 17 Oct 2014 11:18 AM
The Lonesome GO
Tim Lane is heading over a little past Route 66 to celebrate his newest collection of comics, The Lonesome Go. On Sunday, October 19th from 3-5pm at The Phoenix, the best local coffeeshop-bar-bookstore with a private library room, Lane will be signing comics and a little bit more! 
Lonesome Go box 
Lane has been building up Lonesome Go boxes from antique suitcases and folios. Each one is different since they were all from thrift or antique stores. And inside, my oh my, are prints, comics, and recordings by Tim Lane and more. All the ephemera and contents reflect the sultry and dusty portrait of Americana that Lane has created in his comics Happy Hour in America, Abandoned Cars and now, Lonesome Go. Whether you're a grifter on the move, a train-hopping honey or just man in a bar with three fingers of whiskey instead of two, this collection is for you. Jackie's Blues
Lane will also be doing some recording at The Phoenix for any musician or singer with a love for old Americana and an itch to perform should head over to The Phoenix. Lane's collecting different versions of the same song "Jackie's Blue" (the lyrics of which are in The Lonesome Go) performed & recorded by a variety of musicians to include in the box set. This is open to anybody who wants to contribute a version. So bring your uke, your bango or your kazoo along with your Tim Lane comics and head over to The Phoenix!
The Phoenix 
The Phoenix
1302 E. 6th Street
Tulsa, OK 
http://thephoenixtulsa.com/



Project Worth Noting: Noel Franklin on Patreon.com
Written by Sonia Lei | Filed under miscellanyartists 3 Jul 2014 11:00 AM

Gone Girl Comics - Noel Franklin

A friend and local artist from our Short Run exhibit, Noel Franklin, is seeking Patrons via Patreon.com! Her first mini-comic, Gone Girls Comics, was well-received and is the focus of her future work. Check out her Patreon page here, and learn more about Noel at her site here.

Al Columbia: Music Video
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under videomiscellanyartAl Columbia 15 Jul 2013 12:56 PM

black bikini from al columbia on Vimeo.

When Al Columbia is not drawing chilling comics or making home-made flame throwers (they can shoot as far as fifteen feet!), he's with his band cooking up something cool. The music video "Black Bikini" was filmed on location at 'Plum Island.' Columbia has about eight songs ready for his new album called Journey to Death Island, which will be out from Psychopop Records in the near distant future. Give it a listen, maybe even a shimmy and shake.

Blind Date with a Book
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under office funmiscellanylife imitates comicslibrary 31 Jan 2013 2:35 PM

Blind date books

Based on a rather amazing idea from libraries, we decided to let some of our books go through the liberating process of not being judged by their covers or names. Some books were even happy enough to be photographed with their descriptions. Click on each description to see what book you should take home tonight. The ones up top describe themselves as quiet, a little gloomy, likes the beauty of little things and Looking for something longterm, family is important, likes punk rock.

Blind date, take me

This book listed itself as a book that likes the outdoors, clothing optional, plays guitar, has a 'green' thumb.

Blind date, fix me!

Recovering from a bad break up, doesn't want kids, likes to travel

Pick this blind date book!

Mischievous, doesn't like hippies, tells a lot of jokes

Blind date book and cuppa joe!

These books are great to read at home in bed, on the train, and even at a coffeeshop with a drink like this book that describes itself as rather powerful, into birds/birch, has 2 daughters.

Some of the books were too shy to be photographed, felt they had bad handwriting but we don't discriminate! Here are their descriptions:

Likes sociology (especially into the downfalls of civilizations), collaborates often, in a complicated relationship

Has a lot of friends from all over, currently homeless unless you count a ship, goal-oriented

Likes to play and talk to guitar, from a small town

Kinda famous, likes to write and draw, into the grotesque (or the plain and simple truth)

History buff, believes in fighting for what's right, has a strong stomach

Already has a special someone...did my nephews put me up to this?

Find a book you like today!

I'll make you Blind Date book

Loves Metal and power violence, into self-defense, likes it rough

Fantagramming
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under staffoffice funmiscellany 26 Jan 2013 10:48 AM

Instragram

Just an FYI that we did indeed join another social media outlet for your enjoyment. Find us on Instagram as 'Fantagraphics' for more photos of your favorite books getting made, panels galore and my new favorite game 'count the razor blades found on the office floor.' While we can guarantee no brunch photos — unless someone makes us that Cannibal Fuckface waffle iron we've been wanting, we've got some mangy cats who love to pose with our books. Well anyway, it'll be some no filter fun and we can't wait to see how many of you like our photos from your workplace elevators and bathrooms. Follow Barnaby's advice and double-time it today.

Hip Hop Family Tree Playlist
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under miscellanyEd Piskorartists 25 Jan 2013 3:01 PM

Ed Piskor panel

Alright, people, party time. The lovely Arne Dus has posted a full on, four and half hour playlist of songs featured in Ed Piskor's Hip Hop Family Tree. From Fab Five Freddy to Tom Tom Club to even The Clash, Dus created the playlist to read Hip Hop Family Tree by or just dance. You can join in to on Spotify. Weekend Plans MADE.

Piskor's serialized strip from BoingBoing will be out this September in an exquisite print edition.

SNL takes on Charlie Brown
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under videoPeanutsmiscellanyCharles M Schulz 3 Jan 2013 1:18 PM

We missed this in the holiday rush of making sure you got those beautiful Peanuts books but Saturday Night Live created a laugh-and-fart-out-loud parody of the beloved characters created by Charles M. Schulz. Hats off to Bill Hader's Al Pacino as Charlie Brown and Martin Short's Larry David as Linus.

Also, a friend sent us this odd text-based adventure of a future society that learned how to be through a Peanuts filter. Walk around the world in your mind (live an hut made of baseball gloves)! Read a little bit of Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the gang before immersing yourself.

Happy New Year! In Pictures!
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Walt KellyThe Comics JournalSteven WeissmanRobert CrumbPeanutsOlivier SchrauwenNoah Van SciverMoto HagiomiscellanyLove and RocketsLorenzo MattottiLilli CarréJustin HallJosh SimmonsJoost SwarteJoe SaccoJoe DalyJasonJaime HernandezErnie BushmillerDestroy All MoviesDaniel ClowesChris Wright 1 Jan 2013 2:46 PM

Zack reading Pogo 2

Happy New Year's! Here's to a great year of books and the next year and the year after that. We salute you and thank you for your friendship and purchases. Some of you sent in photos reading books from this year (and a few past ones).

Cartoonist Zack Giallongo reads The Complete Syndicated Pogo Vol. 1: "Through the Wild Blue Yonder" by Walt Kelly. He's also surrounded himself with favorite things: banjos, dogs and crazy couches.

Chris Haley reads Pogo 

Cartoonist Chris Haley enjoys The Complete Syndicated Pogo Vol. 1: "Through the Wild Blue Yonder" by Walt Kelly.

Spacehawk

Writer Chris Roberson (MonkeyBrain Comics publisher as well) reads Spacehawk by Basil Wolverton.

Walt Disney's Donald Duck: A Christmas for Shacktown

Producer Allison Baker and kiddo Georgia Roberson read Walt Disney's Donald Duck: "A Christmas for Shacktown" by Carl Barks.

Heads or Tails

Erica reading Heads or Tails by Lilli Carré.

Caitlin and No Straight Lines

OSU Librarian Caitlin McGurk reads No Straight Lines edited by Justin Hall.

Blacklung and Jeff Newelt

HEEB editor Jeff Newelt reads Blacklung by Chris Wright.

Nancy Likes Christmas and Chris Sims

Chris Sims from Comics Alliance reads Nancy Likes Christmas by Ernie Bushmiller.

Ghost World and Ian McDonald

Playwrite Ian McDonald reads Ghost World by Daniel Clowes.

Is That All There Is? with Jamie S. Rich

Writer Jamie S. Rich reads Is That All There Is? by Joost Swarte.

LT and the Man Who Grew His Beard

Cartoonist Laura Terry checks out Olivier Schrauwen's The Man Who Grew His Beard.

Destroy All Movies

Kyle reads the now sold out Destroy All Movies edited by Zack Carlson.

Joseph Remnant reads The Hypo

Cartoonist Joseph Remnant reads The Hypo by Noah Van Sciver.

Evan reads the Hypo

Campaign organizer Evan Loeb ALSO reads The Hypo by Noah Van Sciver.

Linda Flannery

Linda Walker reads Flannery O'Connor edited by Kelly Gerald. Looking gorgeous.

Tom Hart and The Cartoon Utopia

Cartoonist Tom Hart (SAW founder as well) reads The Cartoon Utopia by Ron Regé Jr.

Janice and The Cartoon Utopia

Radio extrodinaire and Fanta staffer Janice Headley reads The Cartoon Utopia by Ron Regé Jr.

Corpse on the Imjin! and Alex Cox

Alex Cox of CBLDF reads Harvey Kurtzman's Corpse on the Imjin!

Jason and Ky read Kurtzman

Cartoonist Jason Week and educator Ky Flynn read Harvey Kurtzman's Corpse on the Imjin!

Mike Baehr and Barack Hussein Obama

Fantagraphics Marketing Director Mike Baehr reads Steven Weissman's Barack Hussein Obama.

Anna Pederson

Anna Pederson of CBLDF (former Fantagraphics intern) reads The Crackle of the Frost by Mattotti and Zentner.

Charlie Brown's Christmas Stocking

Real estate agent Janora Apple reads Charlie Brown's Christmas Stocking by Charles M Schulz.

Andrew Friedenthal

Comics scholar and professor, Andrew Friedenthal, enjoys Peanuts by Charles M Schulz

Colleen Frakes and Castle Waiting

Cartoonist Colleen Frakes reads that lovely Castle Waiting #18 by Linda Medley.

Cartoon Utopia

The Cartoon Utopia by Ron Regé Jr absorbs Kyla.

The Cartoon Utopia

Neighbor of the SAW workshop, Julie, reads The Cartoon Utopia by Ron Regé Jr.

The Heart of Thomas

June, grand dog of cartoonist and Otaku USA writer Jason Thompson, enjoys the hell out of The Heart of Thomas by Moto Hagio.

Sean Ford and The Furry Trap

Cartoonist Sean Ford reads The Furry Trap by Josh Simmons and then hands it of to…

Charlie and The Furry Trap

Charlie, master cat of Inkstuds radio/podcast host Robin McConnell, flips through The Furry Trap by Josh Simmons. She's a bit surprised!

But I Like It

Cartoonist Allen Duffy reads Joe Sacco's But I Like It.

Jim Rugg and Jim Flora

Jim on Jim. Cat on Cat. Cartoonist Jim Rugg reads Jim Flora.

Barks and Schulz

Linus and Lucy, cat masters of Alex Cox, read Carl Barks and Charles M. Schulz.

Kjerstin Johnson reads The Lost Women and Mary Fleener

Kjerstin Johnson of BITCH Magazine reads The Lost Women by Jaime Hernandez and some Mary Fleener!

Ryan reads Mr. Natural

Ryan Anderson reads The Book of Mr. Natural by Robert Crumb.

Low Moon

Jessica Underhill reads Low Moon by Jason.

Jordan reads TCJ

Jordan Shiveley of Grimalkin Press reads some The Comics Journal Library .

Annie Murphy and Ghost World

Cartoonist Annie Murphy reads Love and Rockets (The Death of Speedy) by Jaime Hernandez.You can find this story in the collection The Girl from H.O.P.P.E.R.S.

Nancy is Happy

Billie, my three-legged dog reads Nancy Is Happy by Ernie Bushmiller.

Jen and Dungeon Quest Book 3

And Dr. Butler wants to read my copy of Dungeon Quest Book 3 by Joe Daly. Keep reading! Happy 2013!

Carl Barks and Cat

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