Titan Books

Pac-Man: Birth of an Icon

Pac-Man: Birth of an Icon

This is a gorgeous, hardcover retrospective, the first-ever history of PAC-MAN.

Full of historical imagery, concept designs, marketing photos and more, the book examines the game’s design philosophy and origins through the artists, designers, developers, and other creative teams who brought PAC-MAN to life.

Sunday’s Fun Day, Charlie Brown

Sunday’s Fun Day, Charlie Brown

As a kid, there was not much in book collections when it came to comics. What kids got were Mad Magazine and Peanuts paperbacks. Throughout the years, I amassed a very large collection of Charlie Brown paperbacks. Sunday’s Fun Day, Charlie Brown is a great reprint of the original book printed in 1965. The 12th in the series collects Sunday strips from 1962-1965. This was at the height of Charles M. Schulz’s rendition of the classic characters. Some significant events happened in those three years, one major one is that Snoopy was finally revealed to be a beagle.