I like little more than flinging on a Columbo t-shirt and strutting about like a pouter pigeon. If you’re the same, it could be time to visit the Columbophile TeePublic store, which is stocking an expanded range of designs paying homage to the dear Lieutenant.
Exciting news if you love both fine art and Lieutenant Columbo – the last ever limited edition print run of the Columbo painting from Murder, A Self Portrait is available now! Get in quick to avoid a life time of regret…
Although few fans realise it, beyond the boundaries of the television screen exist canonical Columbo adventures in printed form – some of which are really rather good. Here I review ‘The Dean’s Death’, written by Alfred Lawrence and first published in 1975.
Exciting news! Mark Dawidziak’s masterpiece tome The Columbo Phile has been reprinted to mark its 30th anniversary and is available now at a very reasonable price!
Congratulations to the lucky winner of the Columbo ‘Suitable for Framing’ competition of last week – but don’t despair if it ain’t you, because you can still get your trotters on a discounted copy of the print until 1 December.
Yes folks, it really is almost that time of year again when we turn our attentions to Christmas wish lists for ourselves and our nearest and dearest. Here I outline a range of splendid stocking fillers that are simply guaranteed to delight Columbo fans.
Here’s a piece of artwork Columbo fans will be desperate to get their fingerprints all over – a print of a magnificent painting created by the uber-talented Alistair Little. And here’s how you can win a copy of your own!
As this site nears its MILLIONTH PAGE VIEW, here’s a little competition to show my gratitude to the Columbo community for their support of the site. You guys are da best!
There’s barely a Columbo fan alive who doesn’t love the painting of the Lieutenant from Murder, A Self Portrait. And you can now get a print version of it for your own humble home! Hashtag winning!
Despite their near-mythical status, Columbo’s raincoat and shoes from the 70s’ series went unsold at an auction in New York this week after failing to reach the reserve price. Will they ever see the light of day again?