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

Promotion, Pt. 3

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Sep 23, 2005

Disco prince

My book-mailing packaging material has arrived! It is awaiting my pickup at the local UPS. Unfortunately, it is waiting along with a surprise "brokerage" fee that basically doubles the cost of the material. That, my friends, is a depressing note to find stuck to your door. Arggh!

In lighter news, I have done a guest strip for Girly. As always, it was fun trying to fill in for one of my favourite webcartoonists. I didn't mean for the strip to sound so bitter, though! I blame Rikk's influence. I was a little pressed for time, so I had to ask him to colour it for me. You can view our handiwork by clicking the image below.

Sam Logan

Sep 21, 2005

Lonely shooting star

No one wants to feel like their boss hates them. But take my word for it... sometimes, having a boss that likes you is much, much worse. Generally speaking, the kind of man who needs a "buddy" within his staff is the kind of man who wants to talk about himself; who wants to tell you that he is a business mastermind even though he's only pulling in two-bucks-an-hour more than you are.

Perhaps he will even try to tell you that his mother is the president of the World Bank, or that he is "on the run" from some kind of crime organization. I mean those two things specifically, not just as hypothetical examples. I am speaking from experience. Traumatizing, disturbing experience.

I am still waiting on my book-mailing pacakaging, but it should be here in the next day or two. I apologize for the slight delay in shipping the books... I promise this is being done only to ensure that they do not become inadvertantly mangled by a poorly-coordinated postal worker.

Sam Logan

Sep 19, 2005

Like life inside the ligament

On Friday, I was so distracted by Nintendo's new... uh... wiggly stick that I forgot to mention that Telltale Games have acquired the rights to Sam and Max. For those who don't already know, Telltale Games' staff is comprised largely of the folks who had been working on Sam and Max: Freelance Police before Lucasarts cancelled the game. Hopefully this means that we will get a worthy sequel to Hit the Road after all!

Sam Logan