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May 23, 2011
John and I corresponded for a number of years, back in the '80s. He was doing a lot of fan stuff back then. Sadly, I had been out of contact and was very sad to hear of his passing from a mutual friend back East.
March 31, 2011
I sent him some of my comics and he sent me a few of his that I hadn't seen. He was very kind in his support and suggestions. I've been a fan of his since the mid-90's. Fission Chicken was a huge influence on me. Fish wasn't the most popular character, I'm sure there are very few who had ever seen the strip, but it had a huge impact on me, and I was happy to correspond with JP and I'm sad he's not with us anymore. -Paul in Chicago
January 30, 2011
JP, I wish I could have met you in person, but it was great to hear from you in any form. Thanks for being a big inspiration to a young cartoonist.
January 30, 2011
I never knew JP except through his work, which I loved. I thought he'd pretty much stopped Fission Chicken fifteen years ago, so I was glad to learn of his website and see new work. I just wish I hadn't learned of it this way, so I could have let him know how much I enjoyed it as well as all his past stories.
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