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

Most Wanted, Pt. 16

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Jan 21, 2015

Happy 2000th update

Two thousand Sam and Fuzzy updates! On this momentous occassion, I'd just like to say: sorry about that one that was a day late. In my defense, I had appendicitis.

Seriously though. 2000! That seems like as good an arbitary number to celebrate as any. It's certainly a lot more than I ever thought I'd do when I uploaded the first one. And of course, I'd never have been able to do it without all your support. Thanks for sticking with me, team!

-Sam Logan

Jan 19, 2015

Pit Stop

Sam, as you will recall, has always been a little skeptical about the pit.

Hey! Did you know this Wednesday will bring the 2000th update of Sam and Fuzzy? I only just realized it myself. So I guess tonight we should all party like it's update 1999. (Because it is.)

-Sam Logan

Jan 16, 2015

Sam and Fuzzy Q & A:  33 Edition
Got a question you want answered? Just drop me an email with "Q & A" in the subject line!

"You've stated there are 35 members of the committee but I only see 33 people/empty seats at the table. Did I lose my ability to count? " -Justin

No, I did! You're right: there are, and always have been, 33 members. I don't know why my brain always wants to default to the number 35.

EDIT: Wait, no! There are 31 members, not 33. So I guess neither of us can count! HA!

"Did The Committee track down Hazel's hideout via her tracker? And did they know her position all along?" -Tom

No... they only got the tracker on her when they ambushed her at the hideout. We don't know exactly how they found her hideout in the first place, but Hazel suspects an Eraser must have spotted her while she was out somewhere and followed her back in invisible mode. (Presumably, after viewing the footage of Fuzzy being attacked, the Committee had the entire Eraser force scouring the underground looking for her.)

"Have you ever considered adapting Sam and Fuzzy into a TV show on [adult swim] or even Netflix?" -Joe

Well, to be honest, it'd be the people at [adult swim] or Netflix that would need to do the considering! But no, no one has ever approached me about developing a Sam and Fuzzy TV series, and I've never really pursued it on my own.

It'd be an interesting project to adapt! A lot of Sam and Fuzzy's plots and mysteries are the kind of thing that wouldn't work as well in animation as in print -- for example, if you could have heard Crush's voice, his identity would have never been a mystery! I've always felt like, if I got the chance to develop an animated series, I'd be more inclined to create something new than to retrofit Sam and Fuzzy into that format. But it's all pretty hypothetical at this point!

We return on Monday with our next comic. See you then!

-Sam Logan