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

Very Famous, Pt. 24

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Feb 4, 2011

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

"OMG so I heard you're getting married. CONGRATULATIONS! So, wanna tell us how you proposed? *waggles eyebrows*" -SangMee

Ahh! Stop doing that with your eyebrows... it's creeping me out!

Like a lot of writers, Shannon is constantly reading, and has a book collection hefty enough to make our place look not entirely unlike a small library. So, I put together a short hardcover picture book -- one that chronicled the saga of our time together and ending with "the question" -- and plunked it next in line on her "to read" shelf for her to find on her own. (Although I did remove it any time I left the house, of course, or she might have found it and read it when I wasn't home!)

It's Shannon's book, so it's up to her to decide if and when to show it to folks, but we did post this one photo of it on twitter.

"If we bought a book during NEWW, how do we get on the Book Club list? " -Rose

Easy, Rose! Just drop me a line via email. There are lots of easy ways to prove you bought one... some people send photos, but I'm kind of partial to asking people ridiculous skill-testing questions. (Who is the first character to appear on page 277 and WHAT ARE THEY WEARING?!?)

"Man, in your comic you've had sex, multiple murders, humor revolving around disembodied heads, implied suicide, and all the trimmings. When the heck are you going to let one of your characters drop an F- or S-bomb uncensored? " -Joshua

To be honest, I never really try to censor myself in the comic. It definitely has its own distinct tone to which I try to be faithful, but by and large, if there's something I want to do in the story, I just do it. I guess that laundry list of sins is probably proof of that, although I like to think I presented it all in as classy a manner as possible. (Especially the disembodied heads.)

But in the case of f- and s-bombs... honestly, I just think cartoon swears are funnier! Especially in the context of angry people completely losing it. I don't know about you, but when I see those massive arrays of squiggles and symbols, I imagine a string of profanities more offensive than is even possible with real words.

"Any chance of seeing an aspiring pirate dinosaur shirt in the shop anytime soon? That painting pretty much had me laughing for a good 10 minutes." -Chris

Rest assured, I am working on making that happen! After all the requests, I'd be pretty dumb not to be.

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

-Sam Logan

Feb 2, 2011


Many of you have had the pleasure of meeting my Shannon, my delightful and multi-talented significant other, at various conventions over the past two years. Well, guess what? I proposed to her on Monday, and I'm thrilled to say she said yes. (Almost immediately, without roughing out a pro/con list or making a venn diagram or anything.) Basically what I'm trying to say is, I'm having a pretty good week so far!

But even with all this excitement, I haven't forgotten about you, comic-readers. This Friday, we pause briefly for a special look into the future of the "Teddy Knows Best" franchise. Then on Monday, we lunge head-on into a new story... the penultimate chapter of "Sam and Fuzzy Are Very Famous"!

See... now you are having a good week, too! Whether you wanted to or not.

-Sam Logan

Jan 31, 2011


Good news, everyone! I finally beat Assassin's Creed II. It was an epic story filled with plenty of shocking twists and turns, but in then end my suspicions were confirmed... it turned out Ezio really could grow a totally bitchin' beard. I choose to believe he grew it for Leonardo, who he is now dating. (At least, he is in the fanfic I'm writing.)

My inbox has been flooded with requests to turn Fuzzy's sad dinosaur painting into some sort of shirt or print or glow-in-the-dark commemorative plate. I suppose I should have seen that coming, but you can all rest easy knowing that even after nearly ten years of drawing this comic, I still have absolutely no idea what anyone on the internet will or won't like. Which is probably for the best! Because the second I figure it out, you're going to be reading comics consisting of nothing but cat photos and hilarious diagrams.

-Sam Logan