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

Morally Wounded

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Jan 6, 2003

You are hearing me talk

Its hard to believe, but Sam and Fuzzy has now been running for nine months straight. Over that time, I've managed to increase the frequency of strips, flesh out the site with the cast and gallery sections, and release bonus material like the Terrible Christmas Special. When I look at this site now, I finally feel like I have something substantial -- something complete -- to share with other people.

Those of you who don't know me personally wouldn't know this, but I am absolutely terrible at maintaining large scale projects. You have no idea how many comics, novels, websites, and scale models of European cities made of cheese I have started, worked on for about a week, and then given up on. And yet, here I am. The site is still here. I'm still updating it. I'm still drawing three comics a week, and I'm still keeping ahead of schedule. And most importantly, I'm still having fun doing it.

What am I getting at? (Circling around the point is another thing I am famous for in real life.) My point is this... Sam and Fuzzy is a serious project for me. I now realize that I'm probably going to be doing this for a long time. I want this comic to succeed. I want it to be HUGE. And I need all of your help.

If you are reading this now, and you like this comic, I am asking for your help to promote it. If you have friends, please cram this comic down their throats. If you have a website, please plug me in the most gratuitous fashion possible. If you are a regular on any message boards, please go tell all the other regulars about Sam and Fuzzy.

And hey, if you are new to the site, or if you just haven't spoken up yet, send me an email or pop on over to the forum. I'd love to hear from you!

All righty, end rant.

Sam Logan

Jan 3, 2003

Well, looks like the site is back after having been down for most of the day. We're in the process of switching servers, so there may be a few glitches over the next few days. Apologies for any Sam and Fuzzy withdrawl you may have experienced.

Sam Logan

Jan 1, 2003

Sam Logan