Tag: Charlie Brown

Suburban Metal Dad, Webcomics

Suburban Metal Dad #546, “Chuck Got a Hellhound Dog” Or, “The Hungry End.”

Welcome back to Suburban Metal Dad, Popdose’s resident webcomic. Read a new one every Monday and Friday. METAL DAD merchandise is...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “He’s a Bully, Charlie Brown”

Another in Warner Home Video’s inspired Peanuts re-release series, this special, which originally aired in 2006, carries an important...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Peanuts: Emmy Honored Collection”

The beauty of Peanuts exists on several levels:  the warmth of the characters; the sense of empathy one has for Charlie Brown; the...

Television, TV on DVD

DVD Preview: “He’s a Bully, Charlie Brown”

Once again, the fine folks at Warner Bros. Home Entertainment are preparing to release another collection of Peanuts specials, but in this...

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Leaders of the New School Reunite: A Great Day For Hip-Hop in Brooklyn

At the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival this weekend, Busta Rhymes brought out some surprise guests-Charlie Brown and Dinco D. The three...

Dw. Dunphy On..., Film, Music

Richard and Robert Sherman, “Snoopy Come Home”

Presenting songs from the movie "Snoopy Come Home"...

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Books, Kirkus Reviews

Popdose At Kirkus Reviews: You’re A Stand-Up Guy, Charlie Brown

Charlie Brown and I go way back, and the longer I live, the more I realize Charlie Brown was not a put-upon child, but a middle-aged man....

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Consumerism, Product Tests

Product Review: NuForce Icon uDAC-2

Since the advent of recorded music, there’s been a more or less constant tension between the audiophile segment of the marketplace...

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Music, Way Out Wednesday

Way Out Wednesday: “Flashbeagle”

Here’s the soundtrack to one of the most unusual (and dated) Peanuts specials out there. The year is 1983. Charles Schulz, inspired...

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Books, Dw. Dunphy On...

Dw. Dunphy On… Drawing

There was a period of time during junior high and high school when I was convinced music wouldn’t be a part of my life. I...