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

Stockholm Syndrome, Pt. 10

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May 5, 2008

Emerald City

Just a reminder... this weekend I will be at Emerald City Comic-con in Seattle! I will be sharing a booth with arch-nemesis Jeph, drawing sketches and peddling a wide variety of Sam and Fuzzy-related wares.

This year, I've decided I'm going to try to make my con booths as art-focused as possible. I'll still have the usual assortment of books and t-shirts, but I'll also be slugging along a few binders of prints and original art for people to see. I'll also be drawing as much as humanly possible right there at the booth, doing sketches and taking commission requests. I just figure if you're coming to see an artist in person... you probably would rather see them make some art than stand around folding shirts.

I'll also have a couple of new posters... smaller versions of the giant Sam and Fuzzy banners that will be decorating the booth. I posted some previews in the forum, if you are curious! I'll also have a brand new, kind of unusual print... but more on that later in the week.

Sam Logan


May 2, 2008

I am Iron Man

I am really excited about seeing Iron Man this weekend -- by which I mean the film, not the actual Iron Man. (He was busy.) This is one of those comic franchises I thought would never work as a film, but everything about the trailers -- from Robert Downey Junior's note-perfect Tony Stark to the incredibly faithful-looking robot suit -- seems to prove me wrong. It reminds me a bit of how I felt when I first saw the movie version of Doc Ock... here's hoping Iron Man turns out to be another Spider-man 2, and not another Ghost Rider.

Preorders for Conscience Cat and Cowbell Advisory shirts continue! And don't forget... until May 12th, you can save a few bucks by nabbing them in a custom t-shirt three-pack.

Sam Logan


Apr 30, 2008

We can be happy underground

Here is today's comic! Sorry it arrived an hour or so later than usual. Technical difficulties were experienced here at Sam and Fuzzy HQ, and I am not talking about their fabulous resumes.

Here is something interesting that one of our forum-goers recently discovered: Sam and Fuzzy, manga edition! Ok, ok, I kid. In all honesty, Undertown is not much like my work at all... it just has a handful of entirely superficial similarities, all of which help make the synopsis of Sama and his bear friend's relatively serious adventures unintentionally hilarious to Sam and Fuzzy readers. But I bet the same will be true for any Undertown readers who stumble across my comic!

Sam Logan