Thursday, March 17, 2011

Xombi #1 - The Critics Have Spoken

I am amazed by the extremely high level of enthusiasm that people have been showing for XOMBI #1. I really didn't expect the reaction to be so strongly favorable. I would like to thank everyone who went out and bought a copy, and especially thank everyone who went out of their way to tell others about it. While time prevents me from joining multiple forums, or posting on everything I've seen, I can assure everyone I have been reading what people have been saying, both before, and after XOMBI actually hit stores and would like to thank all of you for taking the time to bring it to the attention of others.

To every retailer, especially Brian Hibbs at Comix Experience in San Francisco, who went out of their way to put this comic in the hands of their customers, I also thank you greatly. Any stores that are interested in having me drop by for a signing should email me. If it's feasible, I'll be happy to make an appearance.

For anyone who hasn't picked up a copy of Xombi #1 take a look at some of the following reviews to see why you should.

Ain't It Cool News

The Savage Critics

Watch Play Read


Ich Liebe Comics!

Comic Vine


Comics Alliance


Kitty's Pryde

Too Dangerous For A Girl

Love and Radiation

Dork Forty

Enemy of Peanuts


The Comic Age


Yahoo Associated Content



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Martin Gray said...

Thanks for the link, John ... I'm determined to track down back issues. Best of luck for the future.

Anonymous said...

Wow, you really never know who is paying attention, thanks for linking to my review!

I was really blown away, so thank you also for the great read. I'm definitely looking forward to more!

John Rozum said...

Thanks to both of YOU for not only taking a look at Xombi, but taking the time to let others know what you thought of it. It's greatly appreciated.

Greg said...

A great first issue! I loved every page of it and I've been looking forward to this since I first heard about Xombi a few years ago during the Milestone invasion in JLA. This is surely what I love to read and strive to write as a comic fan. Fun characters, strange but intriguing setting, solidly written, and beautiful art. My fingers are crossed for trades of vol. 1. Thanks for an entertaining you, you have a hooked and regular reader based on this one issue.

John Rozum said...

Thanks, Greg. And thanks for spreading the love at the Outhouse.