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

Tiff, Pt. 4

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Sep 15, 2003

Go on and save yourself

I just finished watching the movie Ghostbusters for the first time. Yes, I said the first time. Tommorrow, I'm going to try some of these chips of potatos that I keep hearing about.

I have done a guest strip for Instant Classic that is running today. Brian's comic really is a classic, and it was very amusing for me to fill his shoes for a day, even if I might have gotten just a little carried away.

Sam Logan

Sep 12, 2003

Specific examples

You're all reading Boy on a Stick and Slither, right? It's strips like this one that remind me why I do.

Also, R Stevens has gone insane and apparently that makes for really good comics.

Finally, over at Instant Classic, Brian is running a few weeks of guest strips, and next Monday's was done by yours truly. Don't miss it!

Sam Logan

Sep 10, 2003

Terminal Heavens Rock

I can not overemphasize what an extremely bizarre experience it is to draw two Fuzzys interacting with one another.

Much to discuss today! First of all, John A has put out a completely original Scary Go Round book starring sexy superspy Fallon. I haven't seen it yet, but I have heard good things. It's pretty inexpensive, too, so you really have no excuse NOT to buy it.

Conversely, you have a fine excuse not to buy the brand new Pillows single -- it costs 16 bucks to import it, and it only has three tracks! Fortunately, (or unfortunately, depending on your point of view,) the songs that are on it are fabulous. The fine folks at this Pillows fansite can hook you up with some lowish-bitrate mp3s of the songs if you need to hear 'em first to decide if they're worth the investment, but either way, you're probably better off waiting for the full album.

A couple of months ago, I was contacted by a reader who wanted to send me two issues of a writing magazine that she worked on. The magazine is called NFG, and it features a (very!) wide variety of writing goodies, including short stories, articles, poetry, and yes, even some comics. This is a glossy, professional looking magazine, and the editors accept submissions from basically anyone through their website. It's a great opportunity for any young writer who is trying to find a place to get their work published.

Finally, there is a new piece of fan art in the gallery! Go lookit!

Sam Logan