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

Performance Anxiety, Pt. 12

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Mar 26, 2004

I know he can get the job but can he do the job

Yes, it's really the last day to buy an I'm Communism shirt. The future holds new shirts for some, and one less banner ad for all.

In the second panel of today's strip, Lance is making a reference to a conversation he and Ackerman had a loooong time ago. Set the wayback machine to January 2003!

I'm pretty far behind answering my emails these days, although I have still been reading them. This is probably the busiest I have ever been with schoolwork in my life.

Sam Logan

Mar 24, 2004

Thanks for all you've shown us, this is how we feel

The fanart section has been updated with three new images! I really enjoy fanart because basically I am totally in love with myself. Isn't that an attitude you'd like to encourage?

Wow, I sure wrote a lot of stuff in Monday's rant. I can't compete with that. Not today, when I have already written thousands of words about post-World War II relations between the United States and China. Once my thesis is done, I am going to start running pages of it every Monday, Wednesday and Friday instead of Sam and Fuzzy comics.

I'm kidding, people. OR AM I? DUM DUM DUUUUMM!

Only three days left to order I'm Communism shirts! After that, they are gone, friends, and this time, it'll probably be many months before they return.

Sam Logan

Mar 22, 2004

The people they kill get up and kill

Readers unfamiliar with Future Fuzzy should check out these strips. All will become clear.

I saw the new remake of Dawn of the Dead this weekend. It's not bad, though it's a very different sort of movie than the original. I mean, relatively speaking. It's more like the old Dawn of the Dead than, say, Citizen Kane, but in a zombie-like context, it's quite different. For one thing, all the zombies run now, which is very different from the awkward, staggering zombies of the old film. The old Dawn of the Dead, I mean. Not Citizen Kane. The zombies in Citizen Kane moved at a pretty good clip, too.

Enough people wrote in supporting a Mafia Ninja shirt that it would be pretty dumb for me not to offer one. I usually reply to all my mail, but there were too many mafia-ninja related emails for me to reply to all of them... hope you guys don't mind! Anyhow, I shall make this shirt my very first post-graduation project. Expect to see these suckers go on sale sometime around mid April.

Have you seen Spells and Whistles? There's still only a few comics in the archive, but I'm really enjoying it so far. And one of the characters is totally Mr. T, foo'.

There's also an article running over at Comixpedia today about webcomic groups. Me and my buds at Dayfree Press are represented by Neil and Tom, so if you were ever curious what our little group is about then this is a good read.

Sam Logan