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

Doughnut Hut, Pt. 5

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Dec 18, 2002


Special Christmas comics all next week!

Monday: Sam and Fuzzy's Terrible Christmas Special. A brand new, ten page holiday feature!

Wednesday: Regular length (but holiday-related) Strip. I'm grasping for straws!

Friday: Sam and Fuzzy's Christmas of Terror (and Fluffy Bunnies) A classic eight-pager from the days before I learned how to draw well.

Miss these special comics and rob your life of all meaning forever!

I have created two new button images which you, yes you, can use to link to Sam and Fuzzy. (You can check them out in the links section.) In my imagination, there are millions of you who have just been dying to link to the comic, but required a button that was specifically 90 x 30 or 88 x 33. Well, rest easy, friends. I have your interests at heart.

Sam Logan

Dec 16, 2002

On Sunday night I watched The Manchurian Canidate, a Cold War era American film starring Frank Sinatra. In some ways it is showing its age (Communist governments from China, North Korea and the USSR... cooperating? Ha!) but it is nevertheless really well done, and paints a picture of American politics that would seem black by todays standards, let alone 1962's. Also, it helps you to better understand the lyrics to Slipknot's Wait and Bleed. Seriously.

Sam Logan

Dec 13, 2002

The manager in this strip was altered several times after the initial drawing. I made his hair longer. I added a beard. Then I made his hair longer still. But damn it, he still looks like Hitler to me. Maybe I'm just losing it.

If you are particularly astute, you may have already noticed the shiny new "make a donation" button. Now, I'm not saying you have to donate money. I'm just saying that, if you do, you will go straight to heaven and live in eternal bliss for the rest of your days.

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Found this one entirely by accident yesterday. It makes me laugh, plus it is update five days a week; a schedual which, as far as I'm concerned, defies the very laws of physics. Check it out.

Sam Logan