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

Sam and Fuzzy and Trevor, Pt. 5

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Jun 3, 2020

A big catch


I think this might be the first time I've ever drawn Sam and Fuzzy and Trevor in a boat. See? There are always new horizons to discover for Sam and Fuzzy and Trevor, even after 17 years!


It's hard to believe, but today is the official halfway mark for the Sam and Fuzzy kickstarter... two weeks down, two weeks to go. At this exact moment, we're just about to cross our next stretch goal, adding a bonus Skull Panda section to the last book. Thank you so much to everyone who has been able to support the project so far, especially during such a difficult year. With two weeks to go, my plan is to keep adding more fun bonuses and additions, and make your books the best books that I can.


We return on Friday with a new comic, and a new round of Q and A. See you then!


-Sam Logan


Jun 1, 2020

Punchline


It's good to know your strengths. Trevor's strength is, of course, being Trevor. (Why yes, I am having a lot of fun with this story.)

Come back on Wednesday for our next comic, friends! (And, once again, thank you for all your support of the Sam and Fuzzy Kickstarter. I've been completely blown away.)


-Sam Logan


 



 


May 29, 2020


Sam and Fuzzy Q & A:  Trevor Edition
Got a question you want answered? Just drop me an email with "Q & A" in the subject line!


"So glad to see the classic, definitely always-having-been-there-the-whole-time main character Trevor back! What made you decide to have him be killed by Fig Pig just when it seemed like his redemption arc was about to be completed?" -Max


I'm not going to lie, Max. It was a terrible mistake. The problem was, by that point, I had just gotten so tired of writing comics about Trevor. I mean, after so many years of him being basically the defacto main character of the comic, it was just hard to get excited about him. I was feeling really boxed in, and I felt like I had to take drastic steps to shake things up! But in retrospect, the comic really was never the same without him.


"So, we're getting slipcases for Hardcover 6 & 7. And you mentioned that you want to make slipcases for 3-5. But what about 1 & 2? Did they ever have slipcases? Is it too late to get one?" -Dave


Sorry for the confusion, Dave. Hardcover 1 & 2 do have a slipcase! I just forgot to put any pictures of it on the Kickstarter page. (I've fixed that now.) But every hardcover copy of Book 1 & 2 comes in a slipcase.



And now, every copy of 6 & 7 comes in a slipcase, too! It's only 3-5 that are currently slipcase-less. (But I'm hoping, if we raise enough funds before the end of the campaign, that we can make one that people can get as an add-on!)


"It’s great to see Trevor again! Just like in the old days! But the real question that I’m sure is on everyone’s minds: Have Sam and Fuzzy been replaced by clones built by left wing conspirators to plant mind control devices in Trevor’s canned pork???" -Dawson


Ok, ok. Joking aside, I see Dawson remembers the one comic Trever actually appeared in before... the non-canonical, pre-webcomic Sam and Fuzzy Christmas special that I drew during my first year of university.


Trevor was always a character idea looking for an actual purpose. It just felt like he should exist because, well, I had a second teddy bear named Trevor as a child. I tried casting him as a prepper conspiracy theorist in that one story and then never used him that way again. Or any other way, for that matter. I always figured I'd find a place for "cousin Trevor" in the webcomic version of Sam and Fuzzy sooner or later, but I just... didn't need him for anything. And then once I came up with the mythology of Fuzzy's "species", it stopped making sense for him to exist, anyway!


But it's all different now. Now, Trevor has a reason to be here. He's always had a reason to be here. He's always been here.


Come back on Monday for our next comic!


-Sam Logan