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

Inhuman, Pt. 1

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Feb 8, 2010

Skreeeee

We're back, and ready to shake things up with the final chapter of Volume 5! Hold on to your... keyboards? Mice. Whatever!

Thanks again to all the amazing artists who filedl my shoes for the last two weeks. We had some truly, truly incredible guest strips this year. Did you miss any of them? Just click the links below to view Sam and Fuzzy as interpreted by:

Lars Brown (Northworld)
Michael Stearns (Dawn of Time)
KC Green (Gunshow)
David McGuire (Gastrophobia)
Ryan Estrada (The Kind You Don't Take to Your Mother)
Brian Carroll (Instant Classic)
Tom Siddell (Gunnerkrigg Court)
Michael Lalonde (Orneryboy)
Andrew Hussie (MS Paint Adventures)
Jon Gray (Disney Comics/Chip and Walter)

You guys outdid yourselves, and I am thrilled and intimidated by the great comics you did for me. Thank you!

-Sam Logan


Feb 5, 2010

Today's strip by Jon Gray


Today's comic was drawn by Mr. Jon Gray. (Well, except for the parts that I drew back in 2005!) Much like Brian's strip on Monday, Jon's contribution to O-GAWD is so mired in Sam and Fuzzy continuity that I'm not going to even try to explain it. If you don't know who Candice or Carlyle are, if you are not sure why DJ Positive is important or what relationship exists between time and sombreros ... then, uh, I guess you have a few hundred comics to read!

Jon's current gig is with Boom! Studio's Disney books -- you can see his work gracing the cover of next week's issue 703 of the long running Walt Disney's Comics and Stories. Prior to that, you may also have seen his work in Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog comic, or in one of his old webcomics. Jon's a good bud of mine and I'm glad he could step in for the O-GAWD finale!

Next week: I am back in the saddle, with the action-packed final chapter of Volume 5! See you then.

-Sam Logan


Feb 4, 2010

Today's strip by MS Paint Adventures' Andrew Hussie


Today's unbridled fury of animation and red spashes is brought to you by internet rebel Andrew Hussie. Maybe it isn't a comic in the strictest definition of the word... but then, neither is MS Paint Adventures, his series of online graphic stories that are presented in the form of mock adventure games. When I asked him to contribute to this year's O-GAWD, I had absolutely no idea what he might do... I just knew it would be awesome. An old-fashioned Mr. Blank ninja showdown makes pretty excellent use of his talents!

Tomorrow brings the final guest strip of our little soiree. Don't miss it!

-Sam Logan