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Luann by Greg Evans

Luann

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  1. Sack of Rabid Weasels commented on Ham Shears about 20 hours ago

    When did this turn into a shoujo-ai manga, and when did Ingrid turn into a tsundere?

  2. Sack of Rabid Weasels commented on Working Daze 4 days ago

    No, I see her hiding between two of your Ritas. No matter how much you want to deny Andre’s Rita, she still is a part of your strip’s history.

  3. Sack of Rabid Weasels commented on Working Daze 4 days ago

    Yeah. Micromanage mode. That’s what they call it nowadays. And sill no collar…

  4. Sack of Rabid Weasels commented on Working Daze 13 days ago

    “A computer-eating tree? Now that just doesn’t make sense!”


    Must be Dana.

  5. Sack of Rabid Weasels commented on Working Daze 20 days ago

    That’s just John trying to make his former boss look good since she now reads the strip.

  6. Sack of Rabid Weasels commented on Luann 24 days ago

    And so it begins…

  7. Sack of Rabid Weasels commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    Is Greg trying to angle at a catfight? He does know what happens to unattached beauties free to dance with all the handsome boys with their dates?

  8. Sack of Rabid Weasels commented on Rip Haywire about 1 month ago

    How DID Burn Notice end?

  9. Sack of Rabid Weasels commented on Rip Haywire about 1 month ago

    No body, no death. The Highwayman will be back.

  10. Sack of Rabid Weasels commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    1. Carolina is the Miss Fanservice of this strip.


    2. That doesn’t look like any Wonder Woman I’ve seen in the comic books. Maybe in the 60s, but they took away her powers during that time.


    3. A TV show and a future movie? Wouldn’t call that nothing; I’d call it letting perfection get in the way of betterment.


    4. Never feel sorry for any Mary Sue in any work, fiction or not. In this case, even with all of those “qualifications”, if Mistress Rita was the best she could find, that’s not a problem with the job market. That’s a problem with the creator of the Mary Sue character in trying to make them relatable.