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

Deep Down, Pt. 28

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Jan 11, 2018

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


"I've been reading Sam and Fuzzy for years, and it's been fun imagining what each character sounds like. As I read Monday's and last Friday's comic, I had an overwhelming feeling that Rexford sounds like James Earl Jones. Please make my week and tell me Rexford sounds like James Earl Jones." -Issac


The first voice that springs into my mind when I think of Rexford is the incomprable Tony Jay! But since he's sadly no longer with us, I'd be up for Jones. Y'know, like, if he was interested.  Which I'm sure he would be.


"Dear Sam (Writer) - Will Coroner Candy's Chocolate Corpsies feature in the answer to everything?" -Tripp


Amazingly, I have no big secret plan to loop in a callback to that one. (How very unlike me!) It's meant to be a fragment of a memory from his past life, but it wasn't meant to be anything important... just some random candy wrapper he'd seen. (Everything important, sadly, was cleared out.)


"How similar is the First Committee to the current one, specifically in terms of the groups that make it up? It's clear from several previous instances that seats can change hands pretty suddenly and drastically, and it has been stated that seats can be retired if the need arises. Is the original Committee essentially made of the same groups that currently compose it? Or have there been lots of changes over the years (violent overthrows, changes in ideals/group functions, cyborgs being invented, etc.)?" -Dawson


The current Committee member factions are all direct successors to the original Committee factions! But in some cases, those factions have undergone significant changes over the years. For example, the Cyborg Mafia was formerly the "Ordinary Human Mafia", the Graves Group invested in a variety of business ventures before launching Fig Pig stationery conglomorate Sanpresto, and Squilt's Salmon Co. (the Squids) were originally a criminal organization rather than a giant fast food chain.


These particular factoids, and many other details about the history of each Committee faction, can be found in S&F universe encyclopedia/guidebook contained in The Underground (Available in book or PDF form)!


That's a wrap for this week. See you on Monday, team!


-Sam Logan



How similar is the First Committee to the current one, specifically in terms of the groups that make it up? It's clear from several previous instances that seats can change hands pretty suddenly and drastically, and it has been stated that seats can be retired if the need arises. Is the original Committee essentially made of the same groups that currently compose it? Or have there been lots of changes over the years (violent overthrows, changes in ideals/group functions, cyborgs being invented, etc.)?


Jan 10, 2018

Omnibus Sale


Just a reminder: The Sam and Fuzzy Omnibus I & II set is currently on sale for 50% off! It's available in both hardcover and softcover form, and collects the entire first 7 years of S&F: the complete Classic and Nooshead sagas! (As well as a ton of exclusive bonus material, including a new intro story, author commentary, and tons of other stuff.)


The sale only lasts 'til the end of January, so if you want 'em, act accordingly. Woo!



 


We return on Friday with a new comic and a new round of Q and A. As always, 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!


-Sam Logan


Jan 8, 2018

January Patreon Bonuses


Hey, guess what? This month's Patreon backer rewards are out now! There's a new vote for bonus art for all our backers. And for higher backers, there's a new issue of S&F Extra packed with fun making of features, and new Art Vault updates.


And for Saucy Hippo backers, there are 4 new pin-ups: some holiday-themed nonsense from Jess and Kendall, some Firefly cosplay with Nic, and two new additions to Gert's burlesque act series. There's also a survey to help pick future pin-up stuff! (Plz note that the pin-up stuff skews older than S&F proper and is often nsfw. It's not going to, like, screw you up or anything, though.)



Our next comic arrives on Wednesday. See you then!


-Sam Logan