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

Whatever Happened, Pt. 4

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Jan 16, 2006

As they say on the streets, "I ain't touchin' that one."

I've got to get in on this Batgirl thing! It all started when an artist named Andi Watson posted some revamped-Batgirl concept sketches for a since-cancelled DC Elseworlds project. A few other artists then posted their own Batgirl concepts in their livejournals. I first heard about all this when I saw Josh was doing it. Since then, the number of participating artists has ballooned into the hundreds. You can find a full list of Batgirls here.

It sounded like a lot of fun, and I was already in a Batman-y mood after plowing through the fourth DVD volume of the Animated Series, so I've jumped in. But I don't have a livejournal, so I'm posting my batgirl here. You can view a larger version by clicking the image. The idea is to draw your own take on the character, rather than forcing yourself to stick to the originals. I'm not sure why my "ideal" Batgirl wears dress clothes and carries a sword, but it was the first image that popped into my head!

Sam Logan

Jan 13, 2006


It's a double feature today... in addition to part 3 of our current storyline, we've got a special bonus guest strip from my Dayfree Press comrades at White Ninja!

"Sam," you say, even though I can't hear you, "Why didn't you run the White Ninja comic last week with all the other guest strips?" That's a good question. I really wish I had a smarter sounding answer than "I saved the file in the wrong directory." Kent and Scott got me their strip in plenty of time for O-GAWD, but because I'm forgetful and disorganized, it never got put into the queue and didn't appear on the website.

Until now, that is! Enjoy the brilliant randomness that no other pair of cartoonists can do better. And to Kent and Scott... sorry for the delay, guys. I'm a bonehead.

We return on Monday with Part Four of Whatever Happened to Sam and Fuzzy. See you then!

Sam Logan

Jan 11, 2006

Advance cassette, I just can't believe it

Lance and Alexa's first encounter took place during the Friday Night storyline, beginning with this strip here and continuing over the next few that follow it. Today's comic takes place nearly a year later, which is probably why Lance and Andrea don't remember the meeting in question. But Alexa... well, let's just say there are two ways for someone to leave an impression that long-lasting. Lance probably chose the wrong one.

In other news, I just finished designing a new website for KNOW. Can you tell I did it? You probably can. Web work is not really my area of graphic design expertise, but I thought this one turned out ok! After all, it could be worse.

Sam Logan