A “Peanuts” Tribute podcast.
Episode 11: Part 2 of my discussion with Terri Libenson to talk about comics and motherhood, and Charles Schulz too! A little late for Mother’s Day, but still, every day should be Mother’s Day.
Episode 10: Reuben award-winning syndicated cartoonist Terri Libenson of The Pajama Diaries visits Blockhead to talk about cartooning, comics and her series of books for young readers; including her newest; “Just Jaime”, to be released May 7.
Episode 9: Steve Conley returns for part two of our marathon discussion about his Eisner-nominated webcomic, “The Middle Age”, Charles Schulz and cartooning. As a special added bonus; hear two old men complain about Twitter!
Episode 8: Steve Conley, webcomics pioneer and creator of the Eisner-nominated webcomic, “The Middle Age”, drops in to talk “Peanuts”, Small press comics history, his eye-popping work over 20 + years in comics and gender issues and the proper pronoun for use when addressing a talking sword.
Episode 7: Will Henry is Back! Join Will & I as we go deeper into his process, comics he loves , Wallace the Brave and Charles Schulz.
Episode 6: Will Henry Part 1! Will Henry of the syndicated comic strip, “Wallace the Brave” drops by to talk “Wallace”, comics, syndication, and of course, “Peanuts”, Snoopy, Woodstock, seagulls and Schulz!
Episode 5: Brad Perri Interview; Part 2! Host Geoff Grogan and cartoonist Brad Perri of “Pirate Mike” ( at GoComics.com)continue their epic conversation about all things comics, Schulz, “Peanuts”, Popeye, Pirates and even Plastic Babyheads!
Episode 4: Brad Perri Interview , Part 1; Brad Perri, cartoonist behind the cult fave comic strip, “Pirate Mike” at GoComics.com, , visits “Blockhead” to talk Charles Schulz, Peanuts, Popeye, comic strips past and present and the life of a 17th century pirate living in 21st century suburbia! Join host Geoff Grogan for a lively, entertaining conversation with Brad Perri
Episode 3: Get in the Spirit of the Season! Between 2 “Charlie Brown “ Holiday Specials ( “The Importance of Casting” or “How I learned to Love “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving”)
In the gallery below are the 4 strips from 1956 referred to in episode 3, and published with “Developing a Comic Strip” by Charles Schulz; 1959 for Art Instruction, Inc.
Episode 01: A Halloween Special! Musings on the “Great Pumpkin” and tricks or treats!
Episode 00: An Introduction. What’s this podcast all about? Why should “Peanuts” fans listen? Hopefully, this little episode will answer your questions.