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

Rigor Mortis, Pt. 2

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Oct 13, 2006

Oh the places you'll go

The next issue of YES Mag -- which, for those of you just tuning in, is one of the two children's magazines I design -- is all about the origins of "simple but ingenious" inventions. Pencils, Spoons, Yo-Yos, LEGO... that sort of thing.

Our editor wrote the article's introductory page in the style of a Dr. Seuss book, and after much convincing, I agreed to take on the extra workload of creating a Seuss-styled accompanying illustration. I'm really happy with how it turned out. It was fun diving into the old Seuss books and trying to pick up on all the little quirks of his design methods and inking style.

My final drawing isn't perfect by any means, but at least it manages to scream "Seuss" when you look at it. You can have a look yourself by clicking the image below!

Sam Logan

Oct 11, 2006

Think of all the lives saved by plastic knives

Today's comic took a bit longer to letter than usual, so I hope you all don't mind if I cut this rant short in favour of getting a little shut-eye.

Return on Friday for my usual level of succinct, superficial commentary on life's rich pagent!

Sam Logan

Oct 9, 2006

Animals eat bananas

Today's comic brings "Sam's Story" to a close. I know, I'm ending a story on a Monday. But I am an interwebs cartoonist. I can break all the rules, baby!

Anyhow, I hope this little flashback was an enjoyable narrative breather for you all. (Because now it is straight back to the stomach-churning terror.) Our next story arc begins on Wednesday, and much like "House of Cards" it is a potent mix of action, drama, comedy, tragedy, conspiracy, sarcasm and mafia ninjas. See you then!

Sam Logan