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

Edwin, Pt. 9

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Aug 21, 2009


It's true! The "Neville Would Have Done It in Four Books" t-shirt is finally upon us! Sorry about the delay. I've been getting piles of email asking about it ever since I prematurely announced it a few weeks back. But your enthusiasm for Neville has not diminished in the meantime, right? (Of course it hasn't.)

Now, with that out of the way...

Sam and Fuzzy Q & A: Sam's Slightly Hurried Moving Weekend Edition
Got a question you want answered? Just drop me an email with "Q & A" in the subject line!

"Devahi wears a bindi, but she eats hamburgers (made of beef, assuming Edwin is not mistaken in his cow-butchering adage). Is she just a
culturally-ambivalent Indian?" -John


I got quite a few different variations of this question this week. I'm glad you are all paying such close attention!! The answer isn't exactly a red hot "spoiler", but it is something that's going to addressed in future comics. So for now, all I'm really going to say is that you learned something about Devahi in that strip, and you will learn a lot more about her and her background as the story progresses.

"Is it true the Canadian dollar is referred to as the 'looney'?" -Myles

Uh... yes? Although it's usually spelled "loonie." We call it that because it has a loon on it. And we call our two-dollar coin a "toonie", because we don't take ourselves very seriously.

How exciting it is to be an online ambassador of Canadian culture!

We return on Monday, with the next part of our story and the rattled ramblings of post-move man. See you then!

-Sam Logan


Aug 19, 2009

Roll out

This Saturday is the climax of my moving mania: the day when we finally load up and haul off all my stuff to our new place in the big city. That makes the next few days a delightful combination of heavy manual labour and last minute panic. Man, nothing makes you appreciate just how much crap you have managed to accumulate like putting every last pound of it into cardboard boxes.

Folks are starting to receive their Skull Panda books! If any of you who ordered the artist editions are twitter-ly inclined, tweet me your photos of your Rikk Estoban sketches and I'll share them with everyone on my feed! Rikk drew some pretty peculiar stuff in some of those books...

-Sam Logan


Aug 17, 2009

The Maimed from Transylvania bring Mania to... Lithuania

Today's gag builds directly off of Friday's strip -- a comic you may or may not remember, depending on the average number of brain-damaging activities you engage in over the course of a weekend. (Pro tip: Try to ep it under four!) Fortunately, this is the internet, where back-linking brings enlightenment... and zero-calorie refreshment!

-Sam Logan