Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Episode # 246 - December 30th, 2008

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Edmond said...

I really love what you've done with Dave over the years, Greg. At first I was suspicious because he ended up with the bearish guy. The bear guys always get the thrown the 'gorgeous' leftovers. I guess I feared that his disability was just a cheap plot trick.

But you've really turned Dave into a powerhouse guy - complex, gifted, someone worthy of big emotions, big gifts, and big love. I love that he's part of this sexy, sweet couple!

I'm sorry I doubted you, Greg. You've really developed quite a great character here. Dave is humble but not insecure, he's gifted and not a one-dimensional wheelchair character.

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

One of the things I've always like about Jane Austin is the subtle "swallow your opinions" humor in her novels. Dave's ending comment to Lance is a perfect example of that. You're a bright spot in my morning comic readings.

BTW, will we see angel-boy again from time to time? I have his comic book and like it.

Anonymous said...

Is the angel story available online? The AOL web page was shut down.

Richard Sullivan said...

Thank you so much for another wonderful year at the B&B. I still wish LOGO/MTV or Here! would develope it into a series with you! Have a fantastic 2009!

Z-Maker said...

I second that emotion, Richard!
Great work, Greg! I have always been inspired by your creative endeavors--consistent and ever-graceful--thank you so much for doing what you do with so much fun and love.

Happy New Year to you! :)