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

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Jun 10, 2002

Hmm. Nothing particularly clever to say today. Funny how that happens sometimes!

Sam Logan

Jun 7, 2002

Yup, dead monkeys. This is the stuff of classic comedy, people.

Keenspace's webserver seems to be doing the hokey pokey with my webpage lately, which I suppose I would have recieved more
complaints about if anyone was actually reading this thing. I'm starting to get a little annoyed with these Keenspace guys,
to tell you the truth. For one, I have NEVER been able to update this site on a first try, as the FTP service has been inaccessible
for hours at a time. Secondly, they still seem to be refusing to add this page to their list of hosted sites, which I imagine makes
it difficult for anyone to be aware of its existence. Granted, Keenspace is free and I really shouldn't be complaining, but I am
trying to run a website here. Hopefully all this nonsense has just been a bad coincidence, but if things don't pick up soon, I may
have to break down and buy some real webspace.

Sam Logan

Jun 3, 2002

Well, another day, another update. I still find this whole process kind of amusing. At this point, I imagine my
comic probably only has, say, three readers, (Two if you don't count my mother,) so making these newsposts seems like
an exercise in futility. At the same time, I don't want to start harassing other cartoonists to plug my site until
I have a slightly more substantial archive of strips, so the readership is probably going to stay this low for at least
a couple of weeks. In the meantime, I get to write newsposts that will only ever be read within the archives.

Posting up these older comics of mine is a constant source of amusement for me, though. Take today's strip, for example.
Even if you are reading this comic the day it was posted, it has still been a very long time since I drew it, because I am
trying to maintain a two-months-worth surfeit of comics at all times so that I'll never fall behind in posting. Prior to this
and the other two comics that have been posted so far, I always drew Sam and Fuzzy in a six or seven panel format. Methinks
that when I was drawing this one, I hadn't yet got a handle on the reduced amount of dialogue that can fit in the four panel format.
Just wait till you see how I've managed to trim out the text in the strips I'm working on now.

You'll be waiting 'til August, though. Giggle.

Sam Logan