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

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Dec 27, 2004

Wandered around with nothing more than time on my hands

I'm back! I hope you all enjoyed Rikk's special... uh... thing on Friday. I also hope you had a wonderful Christmas, or if it is not your thing, a pretty good Saturday.

I was lucky enough to be given a copy of Flight, the much-hyped (and deservingly so) comic anthology spearheaded by Boltcity's Kazu Kibuishi. It's a gorgeous book, and an intimidating one to give a young cartoonist. The work is of such an enviously high calibur, and most of these artists are only a couple of years older than myself. Vera is even younger. Young artists, you will be motivated to either work much harder or quit and take up accounting. There is some truly wonderful stuff in there, and I eagerly await volume II.

I got some other great gifts as well, but unfortunately, no one was able to find me a reasonably-priced copy of the first Traveling Wilburys album. Somehow, it manages to be out of print despite the fact that it features some of the most famous musicians of the last fifty years. What the hell, people!

Sam Logan

Dec 24, 2004


Ho, ho, ho, jackasses.

So, Sam wanted to take the day off to spend the holidays "with his family" (read: at the track). Fortunately for you all, I am here to fill in. You have never been so lucky.

My work may be too hard, too real for your diluted minds to comprehend, but that isn't anything that I'm not already used to. For those who just can't take what I'm dishing out, there are three years worth of Sam's Christmas specials in the Features section to distract yourself back into your usual state of blissful ignorance.

Sam required that I mention he wishes a happy holiday to all those who celebrate it. What a softie, eh? Sad, really!


Dec 22, 2004

Chicago one, Rikk zero

Here's a little insider anecdote that many would save for the special edition DVD: About a month ago, I was having a chat with Brian Carroll. He asked me why the Ninja Mafia members were called Mafia Ninjas, and the scenario depicted in today's comic solidified in my brain almost instantly.

Here is a stellar webcomic that I have been meaning to link to for ages: Sordid City Blues. Want to see character -driven relationship drama done so compellingly right that you are driven to gush about it on your website? Look no further. I should probably warn about some marginally "explicit" content, but honestly, anyone who isn't mature enough to take it will probably never make it that far in, anyhow.

Sam Logan