"Warren Ellis: what more is there to say. Sure I would have preferred Darick Robertson's artwork but it still rocks. Maybe this will really happen...it could. Go drink from the Gibson(William)well and get back with me."
"Ummm yeah, so Federico here is a pretty much a genius and nuts. If you're considering buying this book it's as good as any. I wanted a little more conversation about "how" he developed his concepts...this one really didn't hit the spot. If you know of one drop me a line."
"Well written twist on the tired and well cliched vampire tale. Don't miss the "live bar" scene....fresh blood on tap - straight out of hanging bodies - you pick your poison the barkeep fills your glass."
"Divine Sickness. Cal is one of a kind as Steve Niles breaks all the molds for the private eye genre. It's funny,twisted and addictive. If you liked the Kolchak series you'll love this stuff. Templesmith is on art duty so you know its eye candy too."
"Brian Wood is Par Excellance in my book...this story was so deeply layered and finely written it made me weep. Wood has a nasty sort of socio politicism reality bite that makes you want to stand up and scream YES THAT"S WHAT I"M TALKIN ABOUT! Mix this with Burchielli's art and it packs a punch of spite so vile you'll be left gagging on your naive plastic ideals."
"Waren Ellis & Darick Robertson do justice to Hunter Thompson in a what is the VERY BEST comic series I have ever read. Hands down this one is CLASSIC. Robertson's art is so multi-dimensional and iconic that I want to frame it. This is truly a work of art. Comics are evolving and this to me was where that movement all began - this story opened the door for more serious storylines."