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

Unfixable, Pt. 22

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May 29, 2017

Sam and Fuzzy Turns 15


It's true, friends... it's the 15th anniversary of the launch of Sam and Fuzzy!


(Well, technically Saturday was the 15th anniversary, but there's one thing that's been true since day one, it's that Sam and Fuzzy don't work weekends.)


It's hard to believe that it's been 15 years since I posted the first S&F comic online. It was a whole different world online back then. No Youtube. No Facebook. I think I actually uploaded the first chunk of the archive using a 56k dial-up modem. And uh, yeah, I guess the comic itself was pretty different back then, too.


But here I am, still at it! And here you are, still reading it. It's been my privilege and pleasure to bring you all the saga of Sam and Fuzzy all this time. (Sorry about that one update that was a day late. I had appendicitus.) I've had a ton of fun, particularly as we've hitall the big climactic story stuff that's happened over the last year and into the next!


Anyhow, in celebration of this momentus anniversary, for the next week you can download the Sam and Fuzzy Fix Your Problem E-book -- the first ebook in the current series -- for FREE. (And the rest of the e-book series is available in a big bundle for 60% off!) Feel free to download it for yourself, or share it widely with anyone in your life that you think might enjoy it.



We return on Wednesday, with a comic that will probably actually have Sam or Fuzzy in it! See you then.


-Sam Logan


May 26, 2017

Sam and Fuzzy Q & A:  Committee Edition
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"What do you imagine it sounds like when Keller speaks? A human voice with a metallic reverb? A person and a synthesiser talking in unison? Retro 8-bit chiptune noises?" -Mercury


I picture it sounding like a person and a robot talking in unison, yeah! That seems about as improbable as the construction of his actual head.


"This comic has the Committee's full name, which specifies 'North American.' Is that a relic of its founding, or are there multiple committees?" -Keith

There are no other "Committees" per say, but there are presumably other regional organizations of supernatural and criminal folks around the world. None of them have the global sway or influence of the Committee, but they would interact with them and have some degree of control over local affairs. In other words, picture them as being autonomous, but subordinate to the whims and status quo laws of the more-powerful Committee by necessity.

Within the S&F universe, the bulk of "inhuman" life currently resides in the Underground, which is an interconnected network of subterranean cities confined largely to North America. While there are certainly other pockets of inhuman society around the world, none of them have the safety, space, resources, or infrastructure of the Underground's major cities, and a lot of inhumans have migrated to the Underground over the centuries for that reason.


"You don’t consider her ghostly echoes to actually be Candice herself? [According to a previous Q and A.] I find that an interesting philosophy… but isn’t it kind of unfair? If I woke up semi-sharing a body with Brain, I’d be rather insulted to have people claiming that I’m some sort of doppelgänger pretending to be their old friend arch-nemesis." -Jake


I think it's best to think of the Candice voice in Brain's head as being a very strong imprint or impression of Candice's personality that was gouged into Hart during their final struggle. And what's left of Hart is kind of a shadow of the original, too. As Brain points out, neither of them have enough substance to exist on their own anymore; they only exist as aspects of Brain's increasingly fractured psyche.


That's a wrap for this week, team. Come back on Monday, though, for our next comic!


-Sam Logan


May 24, 2017

Succession


The story of Sam's... er... "accession by assassination" is the meat and potatoes of much of the comic's original Classic and Noosehead sagas (which you can read online here or purchase in mighty two-volume Omnibus book format here). But if you're looking for a quick refresher on how it all actually went down, this scene where Sam confesses the truth to Dev is a fine place to turn.


Our traditional "Q and A" feature -- where I answer questions sent in by readers just like you -- returns this Friday after a two-week absense! If you've got a question you'd like me to answer, just pop it in an email with "Q and A" in the subject line, or send it my way on twitter.


We return on Friday... see you then!


-Sam Logan