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

Absolute Power, Pt. 9

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Jun 20, 2008

Gone Fishing

Whew! I don't like to get all bloggy on you all, but man...rough week. Rough enough that I think I'm going to cut myself some slack and take a break for a bit. To be perfectly honest, I don't think my brains are even capable of producing anything worth reading right now, unless you want to read a photo-comic about two talking potatoes.

Fortunately for you all, in an extremely rare moment of organization, I actually have a buffer of completed strips for once! So, while I'm off on vacation, Sam and Fuzzy will keep updating as usual, three comics a week... just maybe with a little less input from me down here in the big rounded white box. And as for me, I'll be back soon... refreshed and completely potato-free. The weekend starts tomorrow, and no one can feel bad about that!

Sam Logan

Jun 18, 2008

We're the nation that's free and fun

One of my long-time favourite bands, Sloan, has released a new CD. I know I've plugged Sloan a zillion times on this site already, but in my defense, they have a lot to plug -- "Parallel Play" is their ninth album!

Admittedly, it feels a bit strange going back to a standard-length disc after being totally spoiled by their 30-track, 70+ minute rock opus, "Never Hear the End of It". But the new album still has plenty to enjoy, and like all of Sloan's work, is an instant recommendation to anyone who enjoys solid, classic rock and roll. Anyone curious can preview four tracks over on the band's MySpace page.

Obligatory Conscience Cat limited print update: all the prints that have been ordered so far have now been mailed out. Meanwhile, for any procrastinators out there still looking to order, it looks like I'm getting down to my last few copies. I can't say for certain exactly when I will run out, but once they're gone, they're gone. So act now... or don't! Live dangerously. (You rockstar, you.)

Sam Logan

Jun 16, 2008

Six more years

Despite my complete obliviousness at the time, Sam and Fuzzy's 6th anniversary snuck by a couple of weeks ago. Six years is a long time, Charlie! Just think... if Sam and Fuzzy was a human baby, I'd already be shoving him into boarding school so I could spend my days watching soap operas.

Anyhow, what do you say about 72 straight months of cartooning? I'm glad the comic has found an audience that enjoys and supports it. I'm glad the art looks a lot less terrible than it used to. But most importantly, I'm glad I still enjoy doing this as much as I did on day one.

(Because otherwise, this anniversary would probably qualify me as some kind of masochist.)

Sam Logan