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

Unconscionable, Pt. 14

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Jun 6, 2018

It's a Sign

Our current story wraps up on Friday! Be here for it.

And as of today, we're also hitting the halfway mark for the VOTE DOG Kickstarter campaign! We're getting close to the goal, but we still need some help to get there. So if you want to see all my Baker, President Dog, and all my other critter-based comics get a print collection -- or know anyone else who would -- be sure to check the campaign out.

Also! Something I may have not conveyed sufficiently is that the campaign is also a great chance to get some of our Sam and Fuzzy hardcovers for a bit of a discount, if you've been holding off on those! The Librarian tier, which also includes a swanky Artist Edition VOTE DOG, includes the three most recent S&F hardcovers for $20 off their usual price, plus reduced shipping. And the Completionist tier includes all 5 for $40 off!

You can also get any of the specific individual S&F softcovers or hardcovers as add-ons, if you only need certain ones. Check on the campaign page for more info!

-Sam Logan

Jun 4, 2018

He's a Good Boy (and it's a good book)

VOTE DOG has crossed the 80% funding mark! Thanks so much to everyone who has backed the Kickstarter so far. We are getting so close to the goal! If you haven't already, do take a moment to check out the Kickstarter page and updates to see some of the fun stuff that's going into this book.

I'm very excited about the chance for all my President Dog, Baker the Corgi, and other critter comics from the last couple of years to finally get collected in print, particularly if it can be in softcover and hardcover editions that will match all my Sam and Fuzzy books.  Some of them have never even appeared online... I made 'em just for the book! And there are some other fun bonuses I'd love to add, should I be lucky enough to overfund and try for some stretch goals. So fingers crossed!

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

-Sam Logan

Jun 1, 2018

Sam and Fuzzy Q & A:  No Questions About Carlyle Until Next Week Edition
Got a question you want answered? Just drop me an email with "Q & A" in the subject line!

"At the moment, there are 685.5 book pages of content (I counted) released for Race to the Bottom, and there's still a ways to go before the conclusion, which could easily push it to over 800 or even 900 pages. At the moment, the longest Sam&Fuzzy book in print is the Omnibus collection of Under the Influence and Ruined Everything, with a total of 808 pages. Is there a chance that Race to the Bottom could need to be split into two books due to length?" -Dawson

I don't think so! The longest book so far though is actually the Noosehead Omnibus.. it's 848 pages! So it'd take over a year of additional S&F comics to get to that level. If I did need to split it though, I would. I'd probably make a little companion art book, and put some of the extra side stories -- like this Conscience Cat one -- in it to get the count down.

That said... I'm not sure what you included in your count, but quite a few of the comics I've posted between Race to the Bottom's chapters are actually being collected in the VOTE DOG book I'm kickstarting right now, rather than the next Sam and Fuzzy book. All the President Dog stuff, the Baker the Corgi comics, the more recent Butcher or Buddy one offs... if it's pet related and it's not in a book yet, it's going in VOTE DOG.

That will help keep S&F Vol. 6's length under control! And it also lets me make a rad book of animal comics that has almost no overlap with the S&F books. (So if you like those comics, be sure to check out the kickstarter... because that's where they are all going!)

"I just finished reading through the archive (got to have everything fresh in my mind for the ending) and I wondered, how precisely do you remember it all?

Also, it was really interesting to read all of the newsposts from the last 16 years , I worry that if ever I get the books I will miss the website format, and the view into the creation process that it gives. I hope you can preserve that for posterity. Also also, do you have any snapshots of the site as it looked in the early days?" -Thomas

I spend way more time than the average person thinking about Sam and Fuzzy! An individual page that takes you a few seconds to read takes me hours to make, after all, so it burns in there pretty good. That said, I forget stuff all the time! But when I do, I can just look it up. Ha!


I definitely plan to keep the website up for posterity! We are currently on the 5th design of the Sam and Fuzzy site... here's a look at the previous four. (Click the image for full-sized versions!)


We've come a long way! The 4th version was the one used for the longest period of time, and also the one where I started introducing colour elements in places. (Although there aren't any colour bits in the particular screenshot I chose.)

"A million questions about Carlyle" -Everyone

No Carlyle questions til next week! See you on Monday, team! ;)


-Sam Logan