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

Tiny Miracles, Pt. 12

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Jun 10, 2005

I don't agree to that greed of that kind



What will become of Fuzzy and Chompy now? Time will tell. You're free to speculate, but it sounds like folks are already too busy speculating what will happen to Sam. I probably find this forum thread more entertaining than I should.



My friend and Dayfree Press comrade David T has just launched a new webcomic. Now, in addition to his duties as the author of Comet 7, David will be busy chronicling the adventures of Kristy vs. the Zombie Army. Meanwhile, Mitch is putting together the first ever Nothing Nice to Say book collection... only he's redrawing every single strip. I swear, sometimes these guys make me feel like the biggest slacker in webcomics.



My guest strip for Scary Go Round went up yesterday! If you missed it, you can catch it now by clicking the link below:







Sam Logan


Jun 8, 2005

The world loves us and is our bitch



Whoops! Sam and Fuzzy passed the three-year milestone a few updates ago, but I was so busy with the move that I totally forgot about it. But I promise you, the 500-comic milestone will be impossible to miss. I've been working towards that sucker for ages!



John is running my third Scary Go Round guest strip on Thursday. It took some serious effort, but I think it turned out fairly well. John is a tricky man to fill in for, and it's not getting particularly easier with practice!



Sam Logan


Jun 6, 2005

Disenchanted in this land of a thousand chances



It looks like Sam and Fuzzy has been nominated again this year for "Outstanding Black and White Art" at the Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards. I'm never quite sure what I think about having a seperate black and white category... in a lot of ways, I feel the same way about it that I do about the new seperate Academy Award for animated features. On the one hand, it seems strange to single out one particular medium like that. Outstanding art is outstanding art, and art that happens to be black and white should theoretically be able to compete in the same category as art that is painted, vectored, pixeled, crayoned or computer coloured. But on the other hand, without a seperate category, I would never get nominated for any awards. So, uh, thanks guys! My money is on the gorgeous Wapsi Square to win, but you never know!



I've recieved quite a few messages from folks asking for a t-shirt featuring Chompy (pre-fur). If this is something you would like as well, email me and let me know. I've got a pretty good idea of how I would like it to look.



Sam Logan