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

Tiff, Pt. 7

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Sep 22, 2003

He was a quiet American

I don't normally use my rants to recommend novels. This is mainly because I am highly doubtful that anyone would actually go to the trouble to go and read a whole book based entirely on my small recommendation. But guess what! The Quiet American, a novel of which I am rather fond, has been made into a fine film with Michael Caine and Brendon Fraser. I am confident that at least some of you might take my advice and give it a watch, because the only effort required of you is sitting on your ass and keeping your eyes open for an hour and a half. And if you do enjoy the film, read the book! It's swell.

Sam Logan

Sep 19, 2003


Projects projects projects! I have finally come up with a design for the first Sam and Fuzzy t-shirt that I am completely happy with. I should be able to start taking pre-orders for this sucker as early as sometime next week.

After the shirts, my next big item is a special Sam and Fuzzy book that will feature about 60 pages of content that you will never see on the website. I don't want to give too much away, but I will tell you that this comic is quite different from anything I have ever done before. More on this project in a month or so!

Sam Logan

Sep 17, 2003

No one cares like a bear

I usually try to avoid direct pop-culture references that will severely date the comic in the future, but I couldn't resist this time. Heck, maybe the reference is dated already -- do people even remember the Care Bears anymore? Consider yourself lucky if you don't.

I'm very sorry about the downtime that the site experienced on Monday. Apparently, a router with an extremely vital purpose burned out, taking my site down with it. Mind you, the folks at Oktagone managed to identify and correct the problem pretty quickly, but I still hate to see the site go down for any reason.

Exciting news... Boy on a Stick and Slither (aka BOASAS) has joined Dayfree Press. As you could probably have guessed from my "recommended reading" link pad, I'm a huge fan of Steven's work. I'm thrilled that he's joined our ranks.

And speaking of awesome webcomics, has everyone read Her: Girl vs. Pig? There are very few comics that actually make me laugh out loud, but I was on the floor by the time I finished my first reading through the archives of this one. Go lookit!

Sam Logan