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

Identity Crisis, Pt. 6

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Feb 22, 2013

Just a reminder, team... the auction for Chris Yates and I's one-of-a-kind Conscience Cat & Baker Wood Puzzle auction ends today! So if you want to nab it, get in while the getting is good.

Sam and Fuzzy Q & A: Vampires, Cyborgs, and Ninjas Edition
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"Why exactly is Sam not wearing any sort of disguise? I mean, it's obvious that people recognise him for who he is in this city, and 2 people have already called him out. As far as I can tell, Sam isn't that stupid. After going to all the trouble to make a new identity, isn't it kinda obvious that you shouldn't come looking exactly like the guy you're trying not to be?
" -William

This might have become more obvious since you first sent me this question, but: Sam isn't wearing a disguise because he doesn't have to wear a disguise! As far as the law is concerned, he's a different person now... such is the all-reaching power of the committee. (As we've seen before with Mr. Sin.) He is legally untouchable, at least as far as his past life is concerned, so no matter how many people recognize him, he can't be arrested for anything the "old" him did.

Now, if Sam was looking for a fresh start, then sure, he'd probably throw on a disguise and try to start a new, unrecognizable life. But I don't think Sam is looking for a fresh start. I think he's looking to pick up exactly where he left off, and flaunt his ability to do so in a bitter and sarcastic fashion.

"I couldn’t help to notice, that you drew Fuzzy as the Tequila monster from Questionable Content… and I know you guys are webcomic-friends so… my question is… who copied who?... I mean, I’ve heard some stories about web comics using the tequila monster… but never knew who really invented it… (other than the tequila god itself of course…)" -Avael

The tequila monster is all Jeph's! Fuzzy was strictly temporarily filling-in for the real tequila monster. The idea was suggested in the livestream chat while I was doing the "New Jobs" Sketch-Off, and since Jeph is one of my oldest webcomic bros, I thought it'd be a fun thing to do. And it was!

"Have you ever considered adding hilarious alt-text to the comic, like with Dr. McNinja?" -Harold

It's not something that's set up in my current archive system... but we are in the process of building a brand new Sam and Fuzzy site! (HONEST!) So maybe... in the future!

-Sam Logan

Feb 20, 2013

Custom Conscience Cat & Baker "Baffler" auctioning off now!

The crazy-talented Chris Yates, creator of countless one-of-a-kind hand-cut wood puzzles, has once again teamed-up with a bunch of webcomics folks to create some... uh... one-of-a-kind hand-cut wood puzzles!

Our collaboration resulted in the super-cute "Corgi with a Conscience" puzzle you see to your right. It is now up for auction on ebay, and can be bid on until this Friday. So if you'd like to nab a piece of unique Sam and Fuzzy-themed puzzle art -- and support a pair of independent artists in the process -- now is the time to throw your hat into the ring!

-Sam Logan

Feb 18, 2013


This is the first time I've offered to marker-colour my Sketch-Off sketches, and I've been having a lot of fun with the pieces folks have chosen for that treatment. Marker sketching is something I started to get into out of necessity -- when you do commissions for people at conventions, you can't exactly use Photoshop! -- but I've wound up really enjoying the medium and am keen to do more of it.

Most of the Sketch-Off drawings have now been scooped up, but I've still got a handful left. (You can see which ones by clicking the image below.) If you'd like to grab one of the remaining sketches, just email me and let me know. They are $25, or $50 if you'd like to exercise the marker-colouring option. (And if you've already bought one earlier and have now decided you'd like to see it coloured, just let me know! I will not be mailing them out until Tuesday.)

-Sam Logan