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

Promotion, Pt. 7

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Oct 3, 2005

The ghosts of you and me



Wow, there's a real Sin City kind of inking thing going on in that second panel, isn't there? It wasn't an intentional reference, but I guess when I think "strip club", I subconciously think "Frank Miller." Now that's the kind of association an artist aspires to! But you earned it, Frank. You earned it.



I don't think I could have asked for a better Firefly film than Serenity. I'm sure it was no small task to compress the major events planned for several TV seasons into one workable film, but Wheadon did an admirable job. Like a lot of the show's fans, I hope that this becomes the first film in a franchise. But if this was the last time I'll ever get to see the crew in action, it was a more-than-worthy send off. Slick!



Sam Logan


Sep 30, 2005

Well... well you can't



Every last book has been mailed, and that is one big load off my mind. Not to mention my bookshelf. Now all I need is for my Amazon-ordered copy of We Love Katamari to get here. I actually preordered it, but I guess Amazon ran short of copies or hit some other kind of delay or something. But all the other webcartoonists are talking about it and I am feeling very left out!



Oh well. On the bright side... Serenity today!



Sam Logan


Sep 28, 2005

Tell me where your skeleton's hiding, tell me all and I'll tell you



Before you ask: "cheque" is a legitimate way of spelling "check". At least, it is when you are talking about banking. I don't go out of my way to utilize wacky Canadian spellings, but the ones I used regularly while growing up have become instinctive and now look wrong to me if I try to write them a different way.



I have been packing up and mailing off Sam and Fuzzy books all week! They will all be working their way through the postal service before the weekend is upon us. To all those who ordered, thank you for your patience! I've never had to run this kind of operation before and it was a bit of a learning experience.



Sam Logan