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

Promotion, Pt. 13

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Oct 17, 2005

You had to send the wrecking crew after me

I promised that a new cartoonist was joining our ranks at Dayfree Press today. And one did... the venerable Josh Lesnick of girly! Aren't you thrilled to learn that a) it is Josh, and b) I'm not full of lies? I know I am!

And get this... we'll be announcing a second new member comic later this week. Stay tuned!

In other news, a rather demonic-sounding refridgerator popped up in Applegeeks last week. On the site, Ananth mentions that it wasn't an intentional reference, but it's still pretty cool. In either case, I don't think most readers will have trouble telling the two evil refridgerators apart. You'll know when you're seeing the Applegeeks Fridge because he'll look like he was coloured by the hand of God.

Sam Logan

Oct 14, 2005


Dayfree Press will be announcing a new member on Monday! But until then, there is an arbitrary veil of secrecy surrounding this member's identity. Here's a clue though... this person has a comic.

On the internet.

In other news, I got all my free Psychonauts refer-a-friend gear in the mail yesterday, and it is swanky! It is very nice of Majesco to be giving this stuff away. Have I mentioned how much I love this game? And I'm not the only one! Do give it a shot, if it is within your means to do so.

Sam Logan

Oct 12, 2005

Don't wanna owe you another 20 cent goodbye

More than a few readers were confused about Rikk's "burnt toast" observation in Monday's comic. Have you never heard that you can make someone smell burnt toast by poking them in the brain? Apparently the claim has some actual factual basis, but I'm not the one to ask about that. I'm really only familiar with the humourous cultural meme that extended from the actual research. So, there you go! One whole paragraph of reading and you've still barely learned anything from me.

Apparently I am not the only person who loved the Wallace and Gromit movie. Corpse Bride may have the upperhand in art direction and technical execution, but there is no doubt in my mind that Wallace and Gromit was the better film. There is something so darn charming about the original animated shorts, and all that charm translated perfectly to the feature-length format. We definitely lost something very special in the Aardman warehouse fire.

Sam Logan