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

Very Famous, Pt. 6

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Dec 17, 2010

Book Club members: Your bonus packs have been emailed out! Just check the email addresses used to place your order. (And make sure they weren't weeded out by your spam filter!)

If you bought a book and still haven't recieved your goodies, just forward a copy of your order receipt to this email address and I will hook you up right away!

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

"I'm an obsessive comic doodler, but i can never settle on a style - do you ever get frustrated with the Sam & Fuzzy style? I mean everything from wanting to do something different down to times where you want to do something in more/less detail. Or does it for you?" -Alex

It works for me! But I've let the Sam and Fuzzy style morph and evolve pretty dynamically to suit my fickle artist ways.

Even something as basic as the way I draw people and faces has changed pretty dramatically over the years. Remember when almost everyone had box noses and hair that went right down to their brows? Even Sam's sister! (Yikes!) But since then, I've let my new characters venture further and further away from that, while making occasional tweaks to Sam and Fuzzy themselves so they'll still "fit in" with everything else visually.

There are some things about Sam and Fuzzy art that are eternal... high contrast visuals, big chunks of black or white, and so on... but within that I've got a lot of room to maneuver. And of course, between commissions, shirts and prints, and YES Mag and KNOW, I get lots of other opportunities to draw in different styles, too!

"I actually like Jeph Jacques' webcomic quite a lot, even though my religion says that a talking bear must ALWAYS be put before angsty twenty-somethings in a coffee shop. Is there a cure or a support group for this? I don't think I can stand another minute of greatly enjoying a work of the devil himself. " -Zach

Zach, Jeph and I are open-minded people. We're not going to judge you! We don't care whose comics you read, as long as you give us all your money.

"In regards to this Q and A, why would you feel like hiding the main character for 10 months would be a big risk, considering that you would do the exact same thing again starting with the Sam & Fuzzy Fix Your Problems arc? Will Devahi just shave her head and reveal herself to be the entire Noosehead cast? (Note: I like Devahi too much to get rid of her so don't.)" -Tom

Aww! I am touched that you came to think of the Noosehead cast as main characters. I still remember when they were first introduced and everyone was terribly confused about who all these weird new people hogging the spotlight were!

Like so many past members of the Sam and Fuzzy supporting cast, many of the folks from the Noosehead volume have shuffled off to live outside the scope of our current story. That said, a few of them will be turning up again eventually, I promise!

That's a wrap for this week, team! See you on Monday!

-Sam Logan

Dec 15, 2010

LAST DAY to get our second Book Club bonus pack!

Sad but true... today is the last day you can score our giant pack of free bonus goodies! (It's also the penultimate day to recieve your order by Christmas when you ship by domestic priority. Whew!)

If you want to get your digital mits on the swath of desktop background art below, plus a-never-before-seen early Sam and Fuzzy story (with exciting author commentary), all you have to do is pick up a copy of Sam and Fuzzy Fix Your Problem by midnight tonight!

Bonuses will start emailing out tomorrow. (And don't worry, early adopters... everyone who has ever bought a copy will get 'em.)

(Actual desktop images are not censored, of course!)

-Sam Logan

Dec 13, 2010

Buy a book on or before this Wednesday to get free Book Club stuff!

If you'd like to score our new pack of sweet Book Club bonuses, make sure to pick up a copy of Sam and Fuzzy Fix Your Problem on or before this Wendesday! (And if you've already bought a book, don't worry... you will get the goodies, too.)

I just finished typing up the riveting author commentary for Sam and Fuzzy: The Reunion... the first of several never-before-seen pre-webcomic Sam and Fuzzy stories that our Book Club members will be receiving. These stories offer a rare and disturbing glimpse into the comic's murky origins, with early (and sometimes very different) versions of many of the concepts that later made it into the webcomic proper.

And of course, our Book Club bonus pack will also include the entire collection of desktops backgrounds below, in every shape and screen resolution your heart could desire. Score!

(Actual desktop images are not censored, of course!)

-Sam Logan