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Chuck & Beans – An interview with cartoonist Brian Gordon ”
I’m very glad that I found this while checking for updates today. And like I had hoped, it really was as eye-opening and enjoyable as it was promoted to be. Hopefully, this will promote the series even further. I had more than a laugh or two when watching as well. I’m hoping you and your family had a happy New Year’s Eve, and that 2013 brings you all a lot of happiness and good luck. I can only imagine how many other fans have been made happy watching this as well. It’s been a pleasure.
Geez ya learn something new every day. All this time I thought they were BOTH rabbits…LOL! But I LOVE the comic, Brian!
You’re not the first one to say that, Rebeccaj!
On my to-do list is to figure out how I can draw Beans to look more like a real dog.
Till then, the poor guy’s stuck with ears that look like those old-timey flag things on mail boxes.
Clearly I work on the wrong side of the Shoebox studio, because my office looks NOTHING like yours, Bri.
I like the style in which the cartoons are drawn. The characters are cute and the cartoon is always funny.
They’ve always looked like a dog and a rabbit to me.
I personally think Beans is perfect the way he is, Brian. His ears are a trademark he can call his own.
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I watched the video hoping to finally find out which character is Chuck and which is Beans. I can’t recall ever seeing them refer to each other by name. Brian? Anyone? Anyone?
Please ignore my comment! If only I had read the comments first… (silly me)
Love your comic! Chuck and Beans are just adorable. Have you ever considered making stuff animal version of them? That would be rad.
Loved the interview,Brian.
I agree. Stuffed animals would be great. Was really looking forward to the calendar again this year too. Last year’s was so funny (hint, marketing dept…?)
Big fan of Chuck and Beans, as are many of my friends. Thanks for all the laughs.
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