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

Break-in, Pt. 8

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Oct 10, 2007

A challenger emerges

Sonic in Smash Bros!

I am really surprised. I was so sure that Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games, with its perfect 50/50 split of the title, cast, and even official artwork, was a sign that the companies' respective legal departments would never accept anything less than perfect equal billing for any crossover game. (Kind of like how Mickey and Bugs Bunny were required to have identical amounts of screentime and dialogue in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.)

But clearly I was wrong! Sonic is going to be one of the many playable Smash Bros. fighters after all. And after seeing how well Nintendo has handled Snake's inclusion, heck... they're almost certain to treat Sonic with more care than Sonic Team has been lately.

Sam Logan

Oct 8, 2007

Turn up the stars

Happy Thanksgiving, my fellow-Canadians! Be sure to do something to make your day off memorable. You'll need those memories to look back on when you're stuck at work or school during the American thanksgiving!

Don't forget... Sam and Fuzzy has a fancy new message board that is just crying out for your participation. (Or maybe it's just crying, period. I know many other online forums that often have that effect on me.)

Sam Logan

Oct 5, 2007

Inspiration is sold separately

Maybe it's just a result of the comic becoming larger and more visually driven, but over the last few months I've gotten a real surge of requests for commissioned artwork. For those who don't know, I do sell custom original art. Now, I admit it's not the sort of thing you can buy with an hour's wage working at McDonalds, but it's cheaper than a car and it's much easier to frame. If you have an idea of what you're after, you can always email me for a quote.

Most of the time people seem to want either portraits of friends or tattoo designs, but I can do pretty much anything you have in mind, provided you keep your mind out of the gutter. Unless, of course, you actually want an illustration of a gutter. That's cool. Who wouldn't?

Sam Logan