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

Territorial, Pt. 12

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Sep 9, 2005

That's what you do baby, hold it down dare

You don't launch a new shirt like the No One Wants to See That design without expecting a little controversy. But I'm not going beat around the bush. I know many of you are concerned. I know you think there is a "problem" with the content of my design. Well, I am ready to tackle the issue head on. Right here. Right now.

Friends... female African elephants have tusks. Only the female Asian elephant has the gender-unique "tushes" that range in size from tiny to non-existant.

There. I said it. I'm glad we were able to work through this... together.

In other news, screenshots of a tech demo representative of the next Sonic video game have just been released. I have long passed the stage of my life where I automatically assumed, or even hoped, that a new Sonic game would be good. But at least this time I know that it will be pretty.

Sam Logan

Sep 7, 2005

No cake walk in the tea park


The books are gone. Every single one of them had been sold by noon on Tuesday. What can I say? If I had expected that level of enthusiasm, I would have had more printed! I'm honest-to-goodness moved that so many folks wanted to have a copy of my work in print, and am very sorry that I didn't have nearly enough for everyone. I couldn't even guess how many I actually needed.

Right now I need to focus on packing and mailing the books that have already been ordered. After that, I'll start looking into a second printing. It might take awhile, but I promise books will be available again before the year is over. In the meantime, at least the new shirts are still readily available. See, I'm not completely disorganized!

Sam Logan

Sep 5, 2005

Look out for the signs, and then I feel a little bit better

Whew! Why do I always leave all the coding to the last minute whenever I put new things up for sale in the shop? I always underestimate how long it takes. But it's done now, and many new items are available for your immediate purchase and reasonably timely aquisition.

If you visited me on the last day of the San Diego Comic Convention, you probably saw the original pencil scrawl of the No One Wants to See That shirts. I guess my mind was in a filthy place at the time. But if you spent that many hours sitting next to that smut-peddler Jeph Jacques, you'd wind up the same way. But that said, weeks later I still can't shake the feeling that this is the best t-shirt idea ever. Hopefully many of you will have the same brain problems.

I think I should warn you that the books are probably going to go fast. Because of sales at the convention, I've only got #87 through #200 left. I can have more printed if demand calls for it, but the books I have for sale now are your only chance to get one of the original, first-printing numbered editions that I made for Comic-con. If this is a kind of thing that you care about, move fast!

Sam Logan