Steve Saville at Silver Bullet Comics had this to say about Red Flags #1:
The narrative is well paced and shows promise. We have been invited to test the waters ... and I for one having got my feet wet am looking forward to diving in and swimming a length or two.Professional comics writer Steven Grant gave thumbs up to Red Flags #1:
It's pretty good for someone just starting out. The stories hang together pretty well too: the first chapter of a kidnapping story with wider implications, and a vignette about a killer-by-assignment. Not bad for the price.Broken Frontier's Tonya Crawford was also kind to Red Flags #1:
For their first steps into the world of comic books, James Hitchcock and Joe Willy show a great amount of promise; a strong grasp of story and an eye toward graphic pacing.
Steve Saville at Silver Bullet Comics was impressed with Literotica #1:
I was taken by surprise and was ultimately impressed and almost moved by the way the words worked in conjunction with the images to tell a powerful and sad story. In a Word: Unexpected