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

Rest of Your Life, Pt. 12

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Jan 28, 2005


Ben Folds has a new album coming out in April, but the first single is being distributed to radio stations as we speak. If you're curious, you can catch a pretty low quality preview of it over at The Suburbs, a pretty stellar Ben Folds fansite. I've also heard some live versions of a few of the songs that are on this album, and it looks like it is shaping up to be one of his best. Too bad it's still over two months away!

Today's strip is comic number 404. ERROR. It's also the end of "Rest of Your Life." I hope you all enjoyed it and it's various profound, life-altering properties. Next week, we move on to a new story, a pair of familiar ideological t-shirts, and HOT HARDCORE XXX ACTION.

One of those three may or may not be untrue. Jack Bauer has the answer. TELL US WHERE THE BOMB IS!

Sam Logan

Jan 26, 2005

But the waitress always serves a secret smile

I've gotten quite a few comments about Monday's strip, which is always nice! (Unless the comments are cruel and upsetting.) It's a strip I had been itching to draw for a long time, and I'm glad so many of you enjoyed it once I finally got the chance. Let me tell you, the downside of planning far in advance is knowing and anticipating things that are so far down the pipe. Just ask my man Brian Carroll, who probably has enough creative project ideas inside his head to take him to age 70.

I'm Communism and I'm Capitalism shirts return next week. And this time, the I'm Communism t-shirt is staying on as a permanent item, because I can afford to keep a backstock of it now! However, the next two weeks will be your only chance to grab the Capitalism t-shirts, as well as all hoodies and babydolls in both styles. Forewarned is forearmed!

Hee hee... four arms.

Sam Logan

Jan 24, 2005

Just another tab at Zanzibar

Newer readers may be unfamiliar with the mysterious and seldom mentioned Carlyle. Fortunately, on this particular subject, it is pretty easy to catch up!

There are doin's a transpirin' on the internets, friends. But if real television was even half as entertaining as Jeff Rowland's new webcomic, we'd forget all about the Info-Superhighway and go back to the Info-mercial. It looks like Jeff is going to be creating a lot of different "shows" for this project, which sounds interesting to me! I guess what I am really saying here is, in a world where mysterious crimes can only be solved using science, it takes a person who is good at science to solve these mysterious crimes. This is the world that Science Cop lives in.

Secondly, just look at this trailer for Tim Burton's Corpse Wife. Holy smokes! How is it even possible to have stop-motion animation that smooth? And look at that character design... taking the angular, solid style of The Nightmare Before Christmas and making it look fluid and rubbery in motion. Just look at the faces! This film looks, in the most literal sense of the word "look," amazing. I hope the story can live up to the fantastic art direction and technical execution.

Sam Logan