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

Vignette VI, Pt. 2

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Aug 2, 2006

No concrete adversity

Of course, the real question is... are their burgers made with 100% real ninjas? How many rainforests do they cut down every day, just so that more ninjas can graze and get ready for the slaughterhouse? When will we, as a society, finally free ourselves from the wasteful and inefficient ninja meat industry?

OK, that was actually three questions. But they were still real questions. Real in that they were asked. By me.

All the preordered books are packed up and ready to ship out later today! And you know what that means... the preorder campaign is over, and the new book is now in stock! They're just sitting here in my "warehouse," ready to be sent out to anyone who would like to order one! And they are sexy. Just ask anyone. (Preferably me.)


Sam Logan

Jul 31, 2006

A little sketchy

Mr. Blank must not realize that Chompy is not actually a lizard. But considering their short time together, that probably isn't all that surprising.

It looks like book two preorders are on track to ship out this week. The unsketched books are all packed and ready to go, and I've made a sizeable dent in the mass of books that need to have sketches inside. It's actually kind of intimidating how many people asked for a drawing this time. Fortunately, my sketching muscles are still warmed up from Comic-con!

Sam Logan

Jul 28, 2006


I have an exciting weekend planned, if by "excitement" one means "packing billions of books into evelopes." Yes, the new books have finally arrived, and that means it is time to work like a madman until all the preordered copies have been signed and mailed.

Interestingly enough, the new books have arrived at the precise moment that I have run out of the old books! I'm going to see about getting some more printed, but until then, the "Weekly World Sam and Fuzzy" will not be available to buy in the store. (Everyone who has ordered a copy will still be getting it, so even if you've ordered one in the last couple of days you don't have to panic.)

I did not spend much time away from my booth at this year's Comic-con, so I didn't get to meet too many pro artists. I did force myself to take a moment to visit Steve Purcell, who didn't seem too freaked out that one of his fans drew a comic with such a similar name. (I swear, it is just a coincidence!) He also had a pretty cool hat.

I also got to meet Phil Foglio, who was pretty much as cool as any man can be while wearing suspenders. Plus, he bought one of my books, even though he'd never read any of my comics before! It always makes me happy when someone does that, and if that someone also happens to be a fantastically talented cartoonist, I throw a tiny party. You should see the tiny party, it is very adorable.

Sam Logan