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Critical Blast

Posted in Books with tags , , , , , , on October 23, 2014 by sunnyjoedale

Critical Blast.  No, not a new Destroyer title. It’s the name of a website which “is dedicated to delivering news, reviews, opinions and interviews from the field of entertainment and pop culture.”  One of the contributors is Destroyer fan and book reviewer R.J. Carter.

Many of his Destroyer articles appeared in The-Trades. Unfortunately, the site’s owners decided to stop running it, so that site is now defunct. But R.J. and some of the other contributors got together and started Critical Review. Go check it out and “like” the site’s Facebook page as well.

Fortunately, R.J. managed to save some Destroyer and Legacy reviews and interviews, including this one with Warren Murphy and James Mullaney.


Warren Murphy is Blogging Again

Posted in Warren Murphy with tags , on March 4, 2010 by destroyerclub

And with a vengeance!  There are several new blogs posted already.   In case you don’t subscribe to  Brian Murphy’s newsletter, here’s his announcement:

Hi All,
Have you missed seeing freshly written material from Murph? Well, me too! I have finally been able to corner him (getting a little easier as he gets older) and get him back in the act of fingers on keyboard. You can find his thoughts and opinions at the his new blog site. The address is  You can also find a link to it off the main page ; simply click the banner at the top of the page. There are links there to follow him on facebook as well as twitter.

We are happy to announce that our favorite author and commentator on wordly situations is once again blogging! I hope you join us and please feel free to comment on his posts.

See you there!
Brian (Son of Wa) Murphy

Vintage books

Posted in Destroyer club chat with tags , , , on November 16, 2009 by destroyerclub

Good news!  More signed copied of vintage Destroyer books are on sale at Warren’s site.  These are extremely limited, so get ’em while you can.

Also, check out Warren’s  Facebook page.   Though he’s been sick recently, he’s doing a little better and should be starting to Twitter soon, and — if he can be persuaded — starting a blog.