SAM & FUZZY, by Sam Logan (updates M/W/F)

Ninja Mafia Services, Pt. 4

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May 18, 2009

Sparkster

Man, I sure hope this rumour is true. The original Rocket Knight Adventures was a beloved childhood favourite of mine. (And unlike The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin or POG, it's a childhood favourite that actually still holds up.)

-Sam Logan

PS: I'm sorry Teddy, I didn't mean it.


May 15, 2009

Sam and Fuzzy Q & A: 0 g Trans Fat Edition
Got a question you want answered? Just drop me an email with "Q & A" in the subject line!

"In an early strip, didn't Fuzzy claim that a random bear who just happened to show up was his mother? Was it ever explained whether he was just lying about this, or if he actually thought she was his mother?" -Kyle

He did, and it was!

Fuzzy's "mother" appeared back in this classic (ie: pretty ugly looking) storyline. Her true origins were revealed much later here. I'm probably using the word "revealed" pretty loosely. I don't think anyone other than Sam was terribly surprised.

"If Hazel Kim named Fuzzy "Fuzzy" after his memory loss... then how did Mr. Sin (who hadn't seen him since before the memory loss) also know to call him Fuzzy?" -David

Uh... whoooops.

I guess Sin would have learned Fuzzy's "new" name through Mr. Black's various reports about him and Sam. But really, that's just a charitable way of retroactively explaining what was otherwise a complete, utter mistake.

Fuzzy didn't earn his moniker until after the events Mr. Sin is describing in that comic. Sin ought to have at least commented on that when they finally met again, rather than just using the name "Fuzzy" so nonchalantly. You win at continuity, David! I fail.

"Could it be possible for you to compile all of your Q & A sections onto one page?" -Alex

I probably should. I'm starting to get some questions that I've already answered, probably because there's no easy way for people to go back and check!

Unfortunately, I don't think there's any real way to collect them all on one page without going back and manually copying/pasting. But I'll look in to it!

Edit: Whoop! I should have known that if I said this, a bunch of you would go ahead and do it for me. Thanks very much! I've got emails from several people who have copied all the questions into a single text file.

That's it for this week. Come back on Monday with the next installment of our story!

-Sam Logan


May 13, 2009

Just the facts

Many of you long-time readers out there instantly noticed that, in a momentary of lapse of brainpower, I actually forgot the name of my own fictitious tabloid news program. I've since gone back and fixed the error, but for those of you just joining us, let's review:

Fact Copy - A TV program that is fictional

Hard Copy - A TV program that was not fictional

(except, of course, for all of its content)

We return on Friday with a new comic, a new round of Q and A, and (hopefully) significantly fewer retractions than today. See you then!

-Sam Logan