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

Guest: Jeph Jacques

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Nov 11, 2004

Today's guest strip by

Questionable Content's Jeph Jacques

Controversial composition

The crossover event of the... uh, November... arrives today by way of Questionable Content's Jeph Jacques. Jeph and I have been talking about doing this ever since Aido noticed a few similarities between our strips. But despite my best brainstorming back when I was trying to make a guest strip for QC, I never did figure out a good way to do it. So, Jeph has stepped up to the plate! HUAH!

Tommorrow's update will bring not one, but two killer guest strips. It will also be the last day to order the Commie/Cap shirts and Panda/Ninja/Classic non-t-shirts, as you've probably figured out by my constant yammering on the subject. See you then!

Sam Logan

Nov 10, 2004

Today's guest strip by

Ryan Estrada

I am Jack's smirking revenge

Today's absolutely gigantic guest strip comes by way of Ryan Estrada -- a man who already held the "longest-guest strip ever online" record before breaking it again with this one. I would love to tell you all about this incredibly talented man and his awesome website crammed with great comics, but the first rule of Ryan Estrada is that you don't talk about Ryan Estrada.

I had to chop out my usual shop promotion banner above the strip to make room for giving all these talented guest artists their props. I hope that the smaller banner in the top right is eye-catching enough! But just in case, here's another reminder that these are the last three days to order I'm Communism and I'm Capitalism shirts, as well as all hoodies and babydolls in the other three designs. See you tommorrow with another guest strip!

Sam Logan

Nov 9, 2004

Today's guest strip by

Scarygoround's John Allison

I've got this pain in my heart that's all

O-GAWD continues with this mighty contribution from John Allison. I love the way John translates his trademark colourful vector stylings into black and white. I mean, did you see that run of Natalie strips he did? Great stuff! He's also a heck of a self-help guru. Don't let the Kropotkin pen name fool you. Injest the trout of self-actualization but avoid the tiny choking bones of doubt and shame.

Everyone has already told you to go see The Incredibles, so I doubt my recommendation will have much additional impact. But, what if it does? What if it added just enough pressure to convince one extra person to take it in? THEN IT WAS ALL WORTH IT.

Sam Logan