book review: sam & fuzzy fix your problem

I’ve been reading Sam Logan’s comic Sam and Fuzzy for years on the web, but this past weekend I bought the two print volumes at Emerald City Comicon in Seattle. Sam & Fuzzy Fix Your Problem doesn’t start at the beginning of the epic, but at the point where Sam and his talking bear friend Fuzzy are the heads of Ninja Mafia Services, an organization that helps with odd problems like Grrbils, Werewolves and Vampires. This book also switches back an forth to ten years previous when Fuzzy woke up without a memory and ended up working with a master thief named Hazel.

I enjoyed this book version of the comics I had already read. Sam & Fuzzy has always been a comic I let lapse when I go off travelling so I can binge read a bunch when I return and I think it works better that way. Logan has done an excellent job laying out the book and making the story feel like a story and not stitched together daily strips. I’m astounded how much more interesting the flashbacks to Fuzzy and Hazel are when I’m not waiting three days between chunks.

So yes, Sam and Fuzzy is pretty great, and Sam & Fuzzy Fix Your Problem is an excellent place to get on board. You can also go back through the archives on the website to fill in the backstory of how Sam became emperor of the Ninja Mafia (and more).

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