Sam and Fuzzy Q & A: Two Ships Edition
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"Quick question, I was looking back through Sam and Fuzzy Fix Your Problem and realized that Fuzzy encountered Mr Blank in 'The Big Cheat.' If it was actually Mr Blank, wouldn't he have recognized Fuzzy later when he hunted down Sam in the Noosehead volume?" -Petro
You'd think! But if you check back, you'll see that Fuzzy never manages to get a glimpse of Blank on the security cameras. And during the brief seconds that they were actually in the same room, they were both too distracted -- Blank by the band, and Fuzzy by the fall -- to get a good look at one another.
It's actually a little forced, in retrospect! But I really wanted to bring Blank back for a flashback story and, as you said, he and Fuzzy couldn't actually meet. So instead, they barely missed one another, like two ships passing in the night. (That's what that expression means, right?)
"Has Sin always been (and I mean in your head, not in the plot) a weird something? Or in the beginning he was really invented as Human and from there you just started to change your mind about him being a person, and started to change it as a monster/hamster/thingy? " -Avael
Sin has always been a thing in a robot suit. But what WASN'T planned was the idea that his suit had customizable hair and facial features. That only started when I accidentally drew several strips where Sin didn't have his eyebrows on. I wound up explaining it away as a joke a few strips later, and from there, a running gag was born! Now Sin sports a new look every time he builds a new identity... as one of his many near-identical brothers.
"When Sin eats food in his robot body does it go to his organic body, power his robot body, or does it go to a small chemical lab in his robot gut where he turns it into saliva so he can spit on babies after kicking them?" -Tom
Actually, I think Sin's food just goes through a hole in the back of his mouth and directly into the hands of whatever creature is living inside that robot head. Makes as much sense as anything else!
That's a wrap for this week, team. See you on Monday!