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

Guest: Ryan Estrada

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Dec 28, 2005

Today's guest strip by

Ryan Estrada

Holla Back dogg...woof woof

It was sweet of Ryan to do another guest strip for me. Sure, he's participated before. But after Rikk used my site to mock Ryan's cohort Welton, I wondered if we'd ever see Mr. Estoban's take on Sam and Fuzzy again. Fortunately for all of us, Ryan's not the type to hold grudges!

Monday was the first Boxing Day in ages where I actually found some good deals! For those who haven't heard of it -- and I'm thinking many Americans are in that boat -- Boxing Day is the day after Christmas, when retailers supposedly offer the biggest sales and discounts. Amazingly, this year I actually found a worthwhile sale and scored a slew of Invader Zim action figures at 50% off. Palisades scores big happy-Sam points for their craftsmanship and fanboy-like accuracy, particularly with Tallest Red and Tallest Purple. (They also get points for giving me a free Master Shake figure at Comic-con. Thanks guys!)

Sam Logan

Dec 27, 2005

Today's guest strip by

Sky Puppy's Michael Stearns

Put Book in the middle, he's our friend and we should honour him

Who is Michael Stearns, you ask? Michael Stearns is one half of the two-man team behind the thoroughly enjoyable PC game Sky Puppy (which you can find out more about by going here and here.) He's also a fellow Sonic nut and a talented artist, so I'm happy to have him onboard for O-GAWD this year!

I hope no one missed yesterday's guest strip from Liz! Unfortunately, the server was down for a few hours. If you missed out, be sure to go back and have a look now, or you will regret it for the rest of your life.

That's all for now. Come back tomorrow for more HOT GUEST ACTION!

Sam Logan

Dec 26, 2005

Today's guest strip by

Stuff Sucks' Liz Groenveld

A series of sneaks

The third annual Obligatory Guest Artist Webcomic Duration kicks off with the slick handiwork of Stuff Sucks' Liz Groenveld. I only discovered Liz's comic fairly recently, but it sucked me in almost immediately. It's a great little character study with gorgeous visuals. And now that the full archives are once again online, I can finally link to it with impunity! Run, don't walk!

There will be a new guest strip every weekday for the next two weeks, so don't forget to tune in on the usually-content-free Tuesday and Thursday!

I hope you all had a good holiday weekend! I'm currently pouring over a gift from my parents: the first volume of Fantagraphics' complete chronological Peanuts collection. I gather that Schultz wasn't really happy with the earlier Peanuts years, but I think they're some of his best work and I'm thrilled that I can finally hold them in my hands! (Actually, these books have been around for awhile now, but they only really became reasonably affordable when they started packing them in two-book boxed sets.)

Sam Logan