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

Lies and Ties, Pt. 8

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Jan 24, 2007

Save point

Scott Pilgrim is the business. It meshes amazing energetic artwork with a charmingly bizarre story that's one half character drama and one half video-game boss fight. But do you know what? I don't even have to tell you why it's good! You can just see for yourself by checking out one of the many free online previews. Scott Pilgrim: it's what's for dinner.

In other news, I have eleven different t-shirt designs on sale right now. Isn't that insane? I think it's probably too many for me to afford to keep in constant stock. I'm going to have to make some hard choices and retire a design or two soon.

Or maybe I should retire all of them! Maybe it's time to start imposing my nudist agenda first hand.

(No, that last part wasn't serious. It was only a joke. You can tell because I'm laughing, and I always laugh at my own jokes.)

Sam Logan


Jan 22, 2007

Destino

Ever wonder what would have happened if Walt Disney and Salvador Dali had teamed up on an animated short?

That's a rhetorical question, by the way. I mean, I'm not actually expecting any of you to have ever wondered that. And if you have... I'm not sure I want to know what else you've been wondering about! But either way, Dali and Disney did collaborate (sort of), and you can see it happen right here on the internet! More info about the cartoon and it's history can be found here.

Something I should have mentioned ages ago is that Claire and I bought ourselves a Wii back when it launched in November. If you've got one too, hit up this thread in the forum so that you can post your friend code and start having weird-looking Mii versions of Sam and Fuzzy characters showing up in your Mii parade. (And by extension, in the audiences of your Wii Sports games. Nothing is creepier than having a human-sized Fuzzy cheering you on!)

Sam Logan


Jan 19, 2007

Sagase kimishika dekinai T.O.P

What's creepier: Advertising your products with an animated version of your company's dead founder? Or making him look like a horrifying zombie mannequin while you do it? Yes, Orville looks like he's been brought back from the dead, all right. He also looks like he's eating more brains than popcorn these days. Yikes!

I'm still looking for more photos of folks sporting their Sam and Fuzzy gear. I've got quite a few so far, but I'm still short of shots of the three the newest the designs. Drop me a line via email if you can help!

Sam Logan