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

Rigor Mortis, Pt. 5

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Oct 20, 2006

I'm a boy science adventurer

The sword almost certainly wasn't a katana, but Earl probably doesn't know any better. And even if he did, it's hard to get a good look at a blade when it's jammed under your chin.

I mean, I assume it is. I'm not speaking from experience, here. (Fortunately.)

The second season of Venture Bros. is over! I got into this cartoon very recently, and plowed through the entire thing just in time for the airing of the season finale. It's a brilliant parody of Johnny Quest-like cartoons and superhero comics, but the part that makes it really endearing is the utterly fascinating universe it takes place in (and the joyfully vicious sense of humour it employs.) Heartily recommended!

Sam Logan

Oct 18, 2006

Never hear the end of it

I love working with Malcolm. Not that I don't enjoy working with the other Noosehead members, but Malcolm is a particular favourite. He's seriously fun to draw, and his outrageous yet surprisingly perceptive dialogue is pretty amusing to write, too.

I never did report back with my final verdict on the new Sloan album. To make a long story short, it's a fantastic tour-de-force that spans multiple eras of rock-and-roll and pulls each one off with astonishing success. It's a million hours long without a second of filler, and basically is the best CD the band has ever released.

It could be the best release of the year. In fact, if a better album than this one is released in 2006, we are all really, really fortunate. Sloan! That's what I'm talking about. Enjoy it with your ears.

Sam Logan

Oct 16, 2006

For me to stay here I've got to be me

Remember Flick? Sure you do! It's pretty unlikely that he'd have anything to do with a murder, but he probably has plenty of other reasons for being nervous around police officers.

Sam Logan