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

Tiny Miracles, Pt. 10

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Jun 6, 2005

Disenchanted in this land of a thousand chances

It looks like Sam and Fuzzy has been nominated again this year for "Outstanding Black and White Art" at the Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards. I'm never quite sure what I think about having a seperate black and white category... in a lot of ways, I feel the same way about it that I do about the new seperate Academy Award for animated features. On the one hand, it seems strange to single out one particular medium like that. Outstanding art is outstanding art, and art that happens to be black and white should theoretically be able to compete in the same category as art that is painted, vectored, pixeled, crayoned or computer coloured. But on the other hand, without a seperate category, I would never get nominated for any awards. So, uh, thanks guys! My money is on the gorgeous Wapsi Square to win, but you never know!

I've recieved quite a few messages from folks asking for a t-shirt featuring Chompy (pre-fur). If this is something you would like as well, email me and let me know. I've got a pretty good idea of how I would like it to look.

Sam Logan

Jun 3, 2005


Yikes! It's nice to see the Sam and Fuzzy site back in action again after being down all day Thursday. All the server needed was a reboot, but the service request queue was long and the wait was even longer.

Fortunately, we made it back up in time for me to bring you the next installment of the Chompy saga. But there's still one more week of this storyline to go before we move on to other things. You can expect your painful confusion to be alleviated (somewhat) by the end. See you next week!

Sam Logan

Jun 1, 2005

It's all about me-OW!

Yes, that is a thinly veiled Garfield "shout out" in panel two. "Big ups" to my man Jim Davis. Poor Jim gets a lot of flack from webcomic personalities. But in Jim's defense, his comic is really terrible. Wait, that wasn't a very good defense. Now you know why I'm helpless on the stand without Casey.

The new apartment is finally starting to come together. It's a beautiful suite, but lately it's been looking more like a filthy, box-ridden accident scene. It's kind of like living in a warehouse, or an alleyway. Boy, that takes me back.

No, not really.

Sam Logan