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Navy Bean

I'm quite musical.

Lucas Wetzel

Enjoyed reading this, Greg. Thanks for the peek into your life and work. I've never heard the phrase "Cartooning Disease" before, but I know exactly what you're talking about. That same disease (or related symptoms) are what led me to work at Universal (albeit as an editor and not an actual cartoonist).

Good luck with the new musicals and keep up the great work,

LW

Rick Hilton

Mr. Evans,

Thank you for keeping me entertained with your Luann comic strip over the years. The main character, Luann, is "somewhat" interesting, but sometimes I get tired of her teenage girl angst, but I particularly enjoy the antics of the other characters, Brad and Toni especially. Your clever plot twists make look forward to the next day's strip.

Thanks again and keep up the good work!

Rick Hilton
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William Loster

Love, Luann and all the other characters! Keep up the good work! Oh and I DO hope Quill is mentioned, you know, before Christmas. :)

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Lynn Nee

I've always enjoyed reading Luann and am really interested in some of the current story line with Brad and Toni caring more and more for Shannon. My work is with relatives raising relative children and you're edging more and more into what we call "informal kinship." I look forward to seeing where this goes. Thanks!!

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