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

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Jun 17, 2005

Lonely Star



I'm happy to report that on Monday, two new shirt designs will be available in the shop. Finally! I'm still finalizing the designs and colours with my printer, but here's a sneak peek at one of the two:







As usual, both designs will be available for a two week preorder period. I should have t-shirts, hoodies and babydolls for each design.



I'll be back on Monday with the final versions of both shirts. By that time, I should also know the final location of the Dayfree Press booth at next month's San Diego Comic-Con. Have a good weekend!



Sam Logan


Jun 15, 2005

Wiggity wiggity wiggity



Tomorrow is the last day of production for the next issue of YES Mag. As usual, I got to do a few illustrations in addition to my designing duties. If you're interested, here's a preview of one for an article about sea sickness!



For the next issue, I'll be orchestrating a total redesign of the magazine. It's going to be a big job, and I wish it didn't happen to fall at the same time as Comic Con. But I'm still going to do both anyway, because I am a machine. Be sure to come to San Diego this summer and visit the Incredible Exhausted Man at the Dayfree Press booth!



Sam Logan


Jun 13, 2005

Poison Oaky



Yikes! I just checked my inbox and I have unanswered emails dating back as far as March! I knew I was behind, but I had no idea I was that behind. I'll do my best to at least make a dent into this thing by the end of the week. I know there is going to come a time when I just won't be able to answer every email anymore, but I'd like to keep it up for as long as I can.



The things you loved as a child don't always hold up so well. I mean, POG? What was I thinking? But Batman: The Animated Series... I've been watching it on DVD for the last few days, and it's every bit as dark, dramatic, tightly written and lushly animated as I remembered. I have no idea how these first season episodes ever got made, let alone made in such a massive quantity with such high production values. Serious superhero shows like this may be a dime a dozen now, but back in early ninties, it took some serious marbles to put a show like Batman: TAS on the air.



That's right... MARBLES.



Sam Logan