less on the
of the genre,
in on the
flawed human beings for
whom greater-than-mortal powers don’t convey greater-than-mortal morality.
-- Tom Brevoort, Executive Editor, Marvel Comics
Of those adventurings is “The Fairest of Them All.” which rests upon the fulcrum of a brilliant idea: What if the magic mirror in Snow White’s tale - the one the vain witch was always using to fish for compliments - was the same as Alice’s famed “Looking Glass”? The Fairest of Them All" offers one possible way that might have unfolded. It’s armed with a sharp satirical edge and is darker, more Grimm than Disney.
-- Kristofer Upjohn (The Book Devil)
...a masterful piece of story telling, original, creative and controlled.
-- Steve Saville (Silver Bullet Comics)
Fishnet Angel is ... a masterful piece of story telling, original, creative and controlled.
-- Steve Saville
(Silver Bullet Comics)
Color me impressed: Dominatrix consistently surprises, shattering all expectations (or complete lack thereof) by putting forth entertaining issue after entertaining issue. ... The innocence of its flavor mixed with a constant salvo of severe themes (death, sex, conspiracy, derring-do) makes Dominatrix the pulpiest pulp on the stands today, capturing, oddly, the authentic sensibilities of that old-school style.
-- Broken Frontiers
The anthology ends on up notes, though, with Sean Taylor, Loraine Sammy & Luis Alonso's "Passing In The Night," a superhero comic that transforms into a romance tearjerker, with the sort of romantic twist Stan [Lee] used to put in his comics...
-- Steven Grant
Show Me a Hero delivers a series of stories that
are dangerous, intriguing, fun and lathered with
that sense of character readers will be sure to
love. Once you’re done reading, you’ll
know you read a well-crafted,
fully rounded piece of work.
-- Dan Jurgens,
author of Superman, Teen Titans,
The Death of Superman