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

Four-Finger Discount, Pt. 35

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Nov 15, 2013

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

"Why isn't your ebay auction available to Canadians?" -Alex

It is! I'm sorry. Either Ebay or I goofed when I was plugging in the different shipping auctions. Rest assured, my original art for one of my To Be Or Not To Be can be shipped anywhere in the world, regardless of what the shipping section says. Shipping is $7 to Canada and the US, or $14 for international buyers.

Speaking of said auction... said auction ends on Monday! Plug plug plug.



"The next few comics will hopefully provide an answer, but here goes. Question: I really do not get Sam's motivation in running the train heist. If he's had information from Hazel on X and/or Y crossing him, why risk his entire force in this hazardous verification and not simply confront them at the headquarters?" -Emilen

Why indeed?

(Seriously though, as you can see in today's comic, you're not the only person asking this question right now. Stay tuned!)

"You better not be thinking of fridging Dev. We know where you live, Logan." -Callus

That's not a question! But no, Dev lives. Which is good, because Jess would probably have been pretty upset to learn she had been responsible for said fridging.

That's a wrap for this week! Come back on Monday, it'll be good.

-Sam Logan


Nov 13, 2013

Comics

Our next comic arrives on Firday, as does our next round of Q and A. If you've got a question you'd like me to answer, just drop it in an email with "Q and A" in the subject line. Be strong, team.

-Sam Logan


Nov 11, 2013

To Be Or Not To Be

Hey! Remember To Be Or Not To Be, my buddy Ryan's choose-your-own-adventure-styled exploration of Hamlet? Remember how I illustrated two of the book's possible endings? Well, I think the time has come to part with the originals. So, I'm auctioning one of them off!

The Auction is now live!



In this ending, Hamlet conquers a pirate ship, moves to England, and lives the rest of his life in fiscal and sexual opulence. As far as endings go, it is pretty solid. I couldn't decide how much to charge for the original, so I'm going to put it on ebay and let the people decide.

The auction includes both the original pen-and-ink drawing and a print of the digitally coloured final art. Go team!

-Sam Logan