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

Contribution, Pt. 9

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Sep 10, 2004

When all that you had don't seem so much



To help Chris Bishop celebrate his birthday, I have done a short guest strip for his excellent webcomic, Her: Girl Vs. Pig! You can check out my strip right here. It's funnier if you've actually read through the entire Her archives, which I heartily recommend doing. However, if you're pressed for time, the strip is also summarized adeptly in the incredible, epic, show-stealing guest strip by the amazing Ryan Estrada. Damn good stuff!



Not much else to report today. I got my copy of the second Invader Zim DVD this week, which is all well and good, but it's the third volume that I'm really looking forward to. I can't wait to see that uncut, never-before-aired version of the Chirstmas Special... from what I hear, they edited the hell out of it before it went on air.



Sam Logan


Sep 8, 2004

Won't you let me walk away sometimes



Did I mention how much fun I had drawing this current storyline?



Brain Carroll is updating Instant Classic again, but with something different this time... Genrezvous Point. It's a gag comic with a pretty interesting premise: a cast made up entirely of personified movie genres. And it's updating every single day! Between this and Questionable Content, I'm feeling pretty spoiled these days!



Is anyone else as excited about Alien Hominid as I am? I mean, seriously! Sure, it started as a fun-but-somewhat-shallow flash game. But watch the video preview of the massively expanded and upgraded console version. I want this game. I don't know if Hominid will approach the greatness of games like Gunstar Heroes or Metal Slug, but it looks like it has serious potential. Plus, I am really digging the art style and lush animation. I miss you, 2D games.



Sam Logan


Sep 6, 2004

Ooples and banoonoos



All of you Skull Panda nuts are going to love the birthday present my girlfriend Claire made for me:



Claire is awesome
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Yes, it's a 3-foot tall Skull Panda plush toy, and she made the entire thing from scratch, by hand. Click that image and be amazed! I think this one even tops the Sonic statue that she made earlier this year.



Now, I'm sure at least one of you is thinking that they would like a Skull Panda plush of their very own. But as you can imagine, it took a very, very long time for Claire to make, and she's not keen on repeating the experience. Earlier, I asked her how much someone would have to pay her to make another one, and I believe she said five billion dollars. Any takers?



Someday, when this comic is totally huge and I am the king of the world, we will have mass-produced Sam and Fuzzy plush toys for you all to consume. But until then, we're stuck with comics. And t-shirts. And a horse. A horse named... Hidalgo.



Sam Logan