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

Last Call, Pt. 26

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Jan 16, 2008

Objection!

Hey... it looks like there's a flash-based demo online for Apollo Justice, Capcom's follow-up to the Phoenix Wright triology. Now, I recommend these games to anyone and everyone who'll listen, but the fact is, a text-driven adventure game about dueling lawyers can be kind of a hard sell. Will this demo of the first part of the next game do a better job convincing you of this series' greatness? Maybe! I don't actually know myself... I'm holding off until the full game is released!

Sam Logan


Jan 14, 2008

Wizard of Augh

It looks like I will be attending Seattle's Emerald City in May. I heard nothing but good things from people who attended last year, both from other cartoonists and from attendees... so if it turns out badly I'll have a lot of people to choose from when I am administering blame. But by all accounts it's a great show, and one that gives attendees a lot of bang for their buck.

I'm still busy figuring out which other conventions I'll be doing this year, but I'll keep you all posted as we get closer to the con season!

Sam Logan


Jan 11, 2008

The new boss

On Wednesday, I linked to the recently-continuity-refreshed webcomic Goats. But unfortunately, I did it with a mis-typed link that remained mis-typed for most of the rest of the day. If you are one of the many who followed my poor guidance to URL oblivion, perhaps you can try again today, now that I've learned to type properly!

And now, for no particular reason, let's take a moment to remember the Fight! mini-poster. I guess it just sprung to my mind today because I was mulling over possible future poster designs that I might unleash later this year. The "Fight!" poster has been around for awhile, but it has been a long time since it's been mentioned anywhere outside of the shop. And you know, it sold quite well at first, but slowed down once I stopped advertising it... a very "well duh" sort of outcome that reminds us all why I am a cartoonist and not a marketing executive.

Sam Logan