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

Employability, Pt. 4

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Apr 26, 2004

Fictional plastic alibi

Scary Go Round is running guest strips for the next two weeks, and today's is mine. You probably won't "get" my comic if you don't already read the infaliable Scary Go Round, but I don't imagine there are many of you who fall into that category. It is both exciting and intimidating to work with John's characters, and I think I am happier with this one than my last attempt. I can't wait to see what the other cartooning folks have done!

Working in colour is fun! It is the sort of thing I would do more of if it didn't quadruple the amount of time it takes to complete a comic.

Sam Logan

Apr 23, 2004

Step aside and let the man go through

I'm handing in my final paper tommorrow, folks. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. And not a moment too soon! I am really looking forward to getting back to drawing comics again. I've been so busy that I haven't drawn a new Sam and Fuzzy strip in three weeks. God bless the 21-comic buffer.

I am obliged to point you in the direction of this flash game. I think this game basically embodies everything that is so wrong and so right about the internet. At the same time! Or, it would if there was porn in it.

(There is no porn in it.)

Sam Logan

Apr 21, 2004

Have you been a good little boy this year?

Exciting news! Questionable Content has been added to the Dayfree Press roster. I'm thrilled, because QC is good freakin' stuff. But then, you know that, because you already read QC, don't you? YOU'RE PROBABLY READING IT RIGHT NOW.

Instant Classic is this close to reaching its 100th strip, and you know it's going to be good. Litchfield's monologue for the last few strips has been absolutely priceless. Every time I read this strip, I crack up. I mean, I crack up and then I am horrified by the last panel, but you get the idea.

Some of you have been asking, "Where the hell are the damn Ninja Mafia shirts?" I've had to delay them, unfortunately, but expect to see them around the first week of May.

Sam Logan