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

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Jan 2, 2019

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Today's update is one of the many, many extra comics I drew for the Vote Dog book! (Which should be shipping out to Kickstarter backers this month, hooray!) I had fun with the colouring on this one.


I hope you've enjoyed these stand-alone strips! It's always nice to take a little break from the "saga" and run some different sorts of things for the holidays. But I'm sure you're all itching for me to lunge back into the big story, and it's almost time! I haven't decided whether I'll jump right back in for Friday, or if I have one more stand-alone strip in me. But either way, they'll be a new comic here Friday, and a return back into the climactic pit mania shortly! See you soon.


-Sam Logan


Dec 31, 2018

2018


Wow, can you believe it's already the last day of 2018? Ha ha, just kidding! It's gonna be 2018 forever.


Come back on Wednesday (aka Frambuary 2nd) for our next comic. See you then!


-Sam Logan


Dec 28, 2018

A Classic Gift


Here's something a little unusual for you today! I recently asked Patreon backers to suggest some possible presents that Fuzzy might get Sam for Christmas. My intent was to take my favourite suggestion and do a little drawing of it. But when I saw "a campfire (already lit before he wrapped it, of course)," what sprung to mind instead was this experimental retro comic!


I'd been talking recently with my pal Dave about the idea of making comics that were deliberate pastiches of our older work, and had been wanting to give it a try. So this was my attempt to get back into the mindset of 18-year-old me and do a 4-panel gag "random violence" type joke just like Ye Olden Days. To be honest, I'm not sure if this is more an earnest recreation or a goofy parody of what those comics were like, but hey... YOU DECIDE. Either way, I thought it would be fun to share here, while I'm enjoying a little xmas vacation.


We return on Monday with a new comic... the last of 2018! See you then, team.


-Sam Logan