Archive for March, 2011
While the efforts of my colleague Mr. Wiegle have ensured that “Destructor and the Lady” proceeds apace, you may have noticed the reduced volume of our other posts. As this piece of event-specific Destructor fanart by my friend and two-time collaborator Isaac Moylan indicates, the reason for my reduced presence is the unexpected but most welcome birth of my daughter, Ms. Helena Christine Collins. Insofar as Ms. Collins is currently being kept alive and thriving by mechanical intervention — albeit of a variety both less thorough and less fashion-forward than what you see here — a drawing of her as a tiny, jolly cyborg is not entirely inappropriate. I hope you’ll join me in wishing that she can soon doff her metaphorical suit of armor and join the human world at large.
Today’s fanart contribution comes from Matt Powell. I greatly enjoy his four-panel approach.
Meanwhile, long-overdue thanks to Sequential, one of the finest comics blogs of our neighbors to the north, for directing its readers to our site. Destructor is the international language.
By now you’ve seen it, but we are quite pleased to unveil the first page of “Destructor and the Lady.” Unlike “Destructor Comes to Croc-Town” and “Prison Break,” which had previously been published in black and white before being recolored for this site, “Destructor and the Lady” is a brand-new, never-before-seen comic, which has never seen the light of day in any form anywhere else.
Please note that our rate of production will slow a bit in order to accommodate the additional effort necessary to bring this information to you, shifting our posting schedule from twice a week to just once a week, on Mondays. But our hope is that the material we do release will be sufficient to stimulate and captivate you for a full seven days.
Meanwhile, remember that you can read all of our comics, with each story contained in its entirety on its own continuously scrolling page, by visiting the Archive, or by clicking the aforelinked titles.
Thank you once again for your time and interest. See you on the ice!