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

Break-in, Pt. 11

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Oct 17, 2007

We have a TF2 server

Any of you folks out there playing Team Fortress 2? I know I am. It's a rock-solid class-based online shooter... one that's unusually paired with a lush, cartoony visual style that (as you probably could have guessed) I absolutely love.

Well, Claire got together with some of the folks from the forums and set up a dedicated TF2 server. Now they've decided to open it up to any our readers who would like to join them. If you're interested, head on over to this forum thread to get the login information and/or set-up play times with other folks. If you're lucky, you may even get to witness just how bad I am at first person shooters. (Spoiler: really bad.)

Meanwhile, if all goes according to plan, new t-shirts will go on sale on Monday! Hopefully on Friday I will be able to provide a sneak peek. It's been awhile since I've had any new shirts, but I think that time off has resulted in some fun designs. I guess we'll find out who agrees with me soon enough!

Sam Logan


Oct 15, 2007

badabadap

What's even catchier than Mahna Mahna? Why, Mahna Mahna, covered by Cake. Just click the song's name in the track-listing if you want to have a 15-second melody stuck in your brain from now until the end of time. (And really, who doesn't?)

In other news, I'm in the process of collecting quotes from various printers for my next book. Are you excited? I'm pretty excited! Hopefully, this volume will be up for sale (or at least preorder) before the Christmas holiday hits.

Sam Logan


Oct 12, 2007

Nextwave

These days it really seems like there's not much going on in the world of super hero comics that I really enjoy. But one of the truly exceptional exceptions is Nextwave: Agents of Hate, a recently-wrapped series that mixes equal parts hilarious satire and insane action sequences. Written by Warren Ellis and illustrated by the incredible Stuart Immonen, it's a totally overwhelming experience that defies comparison. The closest spiritual kin I can think of is maybe something like Dr. McNinja, but still, you really have to see it for yourself to get what it's all about.

Fortunately, you can do just that... the first several pages are available to read free, right here on the internet! Check it out. It'll kick your butt.

Sam Logan