I’m very please to tell you that on the Robot 6 blog, interviewer Tim O’Shea has interviewed me about Destructor. It’s the most in-depth account so far of the behind-the-scenes history of our chronicle. If you’ve appreciated what we’re doing here, I think you’ll find reading the interview rewarding. For example, here’s a passage about a recent Destructor-related discovery:
O’Shea: Is there a finite end to Destructor, or would you like to go on indefinitely with it?
Collins:I know how his story ends, I’ll put it that way. But that’s actually a very recent development — until recently I’d only known where I’d stop telling his story, not where his actual story stopped, if you follow me. That only revealed itself to me in December, believe it or not. That said, I’ve been coming up with adventures for Destructor for over two decades now, and could recount them all in comics form for at least as long. And I certainly hope to, Matt’s patience pending.
A warm welcome to anyone who has found Destructor via Robot 6 or Comic Book Resources. As you begin to get acquainted with the Great One and his world, a tip: You can read each Destructor story all on one continuously scrolling page, without clicking back and forth between pages, via the Archive. Click here for “Destructor Comes to Croc-Town,” our first finished story; click here for “Prison Break,” currently in progress. Thank you for reading!
Today our thanks are extended to Chris A. Bolton, co-creator and writer of the rollicking webcomic Smash, for his recommendation of Destructor. While we fear the two strips’ protagonists would probably not get along — to say the least — we see no reason their admirers would not get along swimmingly.