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

Harvest, Pt. 4

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Feb 14, 2011


Shan and I are still on our mini vacation. But don't worry... we've got a brand new strip ready for you anyway. Enjoy! Or else.

-Sam Logan

Feb 11, 2011

Sam and Fuzzy Q & A: Sombrero Edition
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Friends, as you are reading this, Shannon and I in the midst of a short trip to celebrating our newfangled engagement.... so, I'm going to keep the Q and A light this week! That said, there was one question that I saw so much this week, in so many forms, that I wouldn't dare put off answering it:

"OMG! Did we just witness the BIRTH OF FUTURE FUZZY in Monday's comic???" -Cassie

Future Fuzzy -- whose handful of appearances in prehistoric comics and Ryan Estrada guest strips can be found using our character search engine -- always identified as being from 24 hours in the future. Futures that, by this point in the comic time, occurred several years ago! Which means that "Bonus Fuzzy" probably can't be the same fellow... right? But then why give him the sombrero? What's going on? What does this mean?!?

You will have to wait and see, I'm afraid. Just rest easy knowing the sombrero is serious business around here, and I would not use it lightly. Let's just say this story will build on the Future Fuzzy legacy in an appropriate but unexpected direction.

We return on Monday with more comics. See you then!

-Sam Logan

Feb 9, 2011


Have you ever asked yourself: "Self, what would happen if someone hired David 'Cow and Chicken' Feiss and Flava Flav to make a television series based on a line of Korean stuffed animals?" Because I know I have!

Well, wonder no more... we have the answer, and the answer is Yoohoo and Friends. Spoiler: just when you think they couldn't possibly stack a single additional narrative element onto this teetering conceptual tower, you find out the animals have to collect magic gems. They might as well never make another television series ever again.

Valentines Day is traditionally celebrated with chocolates or flowers. But if you are looking for something a little more permanent, consider Skull Panda in Love... the greatest romantic epic of our time.

-Sam Logan