Archive for February, 2011
…the final page of Destructor’s “Prison Break” has been posted. This concludes our posting of the two previously existing Destructor stories. An all-new story starts this Monday. Thank you for your support and interest!
A belated, but no less sincere for that, thank you to Jeremy Grant of Art in Love for his enthusiastic praise of Destructor last week. Jeremy implicitly compares us to both Pablo Picasso and Axe Cop, two very high bars we can only hope to one day clear.
Greetings to folks who were directed here today by Agent M, and sincere thanks to Agent M himself for pointing them our way.
There’s a couple ways you can go about reading the stories here; First, you can click on the arrows to progress forward and backward, the way a lot of clicking-type things work in this historical era.
Second–and this will be of interest if you hate clicking and are more into scrolling–you can read the entirety of each Destructor story on one long vertical scroll by visiting the archive page. That’s two clicks, one for the archives, one to pick a story. Or here, wait–here are links to the archive versions of “Destructor Comes to Croc-Town” and the currently-in-progress “Prison Break.” One click!
Once again, thanks for coming by. We hope you like what you see here. “Prison Break” will be wrapping up next week, after which a brand-new story will begin.
It is my great pleasure to link you to a two-part interview about Destructor that my good friends Ben Morse (of Marvel.com) and Kiel Phegley (of Comic Book Resources) conducted with me for their group blog The Cool Kids Table. Part one is here; part two is here. This is the most in-depth I’ve ever gone into the comic’s past, present, and future, and in the process I reveal a few things about myself I’ve never talked about publicly before. I hope you enjoy reading it.