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

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Apr 18, 2003

Hype-o-rama


You may have noticed that Carlyle is turning into what we in the business call a "running gag." But don't feel badly if you didn't. We all learn at different speeds. People are like snowflakes... some are much less inteligent than others.


I am telling you, the storyline that starts next Monday is going to be really good. Seriously.


Sam Logan


Apr 16, 2003

Goldberg


Have you all already seen this? You really ought to.


Now is as good a time as any to start hyping the nine-part Sam and Fuzzy storyline that begins next week. You are not going to want to miss this one, mark my words.


Sam Logan


Apr 14, 2003

A window into my world


Today's comic very accurately recreates how most Sam and Fuzzy cartoons get made. It also very accurately reflects how I was behaving the last few days as Ashton and myself scrambled to find a new host for the comic after our old one shut down with only 24 hours' notice. However, all is well that ends well, and in the end the site was only down for a few days, so I'm not complaining.


Friday's comic was one of my favourites, so if you missed it because of the website's downtime, be sure to check it out. I never cease to be amazed by the ability of comics like Diesel Sweeties to turn out T-shirt worthy one-liners -- I suppose this comic was my little way of poking fun at those comics. But I only kid because I love!


Tony Esteves' Cigarro and Cerjeva is back online with a bunch of older comics that, from what I can tell, have not been offered online before. Needless to say, I was thrilled to see 50 strips that I had never read before. Don't miss it!


Sam Logan