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GQ (Australia) - - GENTLEMEN'S QUARTERLY - JACK­SON, VIA EMAIL

Igot home from a re­cent trip away to the pleas­ant, but some­what ex­pected, sur­prise of my lat­est de­liv­ery of GQ mag­a­zine. The re­ally ex­cit­ing sur­prise, how­ever, was that the cover fea­tured one of my favourite (and prob­a­bly Hol­ly­wood’s favourite) su­per­hero, Chris Pratt. Given that Chris Pratt is such a hi­lar­i­ous and love­able guy, I had re­ally high ex­pec­ta­tions of this is­sue and felt it re­ally had to do him jus­tice. It did not dis­ap­point, Mike Chris­tensen does an in­cred­i­ble job of telling the story of Chris Pratt’s rise from “sweet cutie pie” to “hot, sexy lead­ing man”. He does this with a piece that is both in­for­ma­tive and laugh out loud at the same time and in my opin­ion truly shows what Chris Pratt is like. This is­sue re­ally lived up to the high stan­dard that GQ has set it­self and truly val­i­dates me spend­ing my hard earned money on sub­scrib­ing to this won­der­ful mag­a­zine. Thank you GQ.

Con­grat­u­la­tions on your lat­est is­sue. The fea­ture on Chris Pratt was fan­tas­tic – so good to fi­nally have a gen­uine and re­lat­able guy mak­ing it big in Hol­ly­wood. Thanks for a great read! Nathan, via email

A con­victed racist is con­cerned that I may have bro­ken the law. SCOTT LUDLAM, VIA TWIT­TER Re­fer­ring to An­drew Bolt – it’s fair to say a few po­lit­i­cal feath­ers were ruf­fled af­ter our GQ&A with the Greens co-deputy leader. I agreed with and laughed along with Nick Smith’s dos and don’ts of turn­ing 40, but be­lieve 50 is the new 40s (says a 64yo)! FREDDY VON KANEL, VIA EMAIL New ed­i­to­rial for GQ Aus­tralia. Big thanks for mak­ing this hap­pen. KIT BUT­LER, VIA IN­STA­GRAM

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