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

Guest: Rikk Estoban

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Dec 24, 2004

Undertones



Ho, ho, ho, jackasses.



So, Sam wanted to take the day off to spend the holidays "with his family" (read: at the track). Fortunately for you all, I am here to fill in. You have never been so lucky.



My work may be too hard, too real for your diluted minds to comprehend, but that isn't anything that I'm not already used to. For those who just can't take what I'm dishing out, there are three years worth of Sam's Christmas specials in the Features section to distract yourself back into your usual state of blissful ignorance.



Sam required that I mention he wishes a happy holiday to all those who celebrate it. What a softie, eh? Sad, really!



RIKK E.


Dec 22, 2004

Chicago one, Rikk zero



Here's a little insider anecdote that many would save for the special edition DVD: About a month ago, I was having a chat with Brian Carroll. He asked me why the Ninja Mafia members were called Mafia Ninjas, and the scenario depicted in today's comic solidified in my brain almost instantly.



Here is a stellar webcomic that I have been meaning to link to for ages: Sordid City Blues. Want to see character -driven relationship drama done so compellingly right that you are driven to gush about it on your website? Look no further. I should probably warn about some marginally "explicit" content, but honestly, anyone who isn't mature enough to take it will probably never make it that far in, anyhow.



Sam Logan


Dec 20, 2004

I don't mind, I have no mind



Now that First Noel is ALL OVER, I've put up a page in the features section where you can read the entire thing on one single webpage and give your mousewheel finger a serious workout. The previous year's Christmas specials are in there as well, ready to be enjoyed by you or anyone else at this seasonally appropriate time.



Also, my friend Frank has used the images from the Christmas cards I made last year to whip up a pretty slick e-card system. I considered making and selling the actual paper cards again, but honestly, the thought of spending hours folding another several hundred cards was enough to convince myself out of it. I guess I could have given out the high-res artwork to any donators who'd like to print their own, but instead, I've gone the completely electronic and non-profitable route. Enjoy!



Sam Logan