Apparently I can just quit this comic writing business now, because all my base are, etc.. etc. to Mike Nelson (via BOOM!):
"the story unfolds in a way that captured my interest and the art was fully capable of rendering the mass destruction the tripods caused. This looks to be a promising series." -- Ain't It Cool News
"...promises to be an extremely hot title, and I advise you to pick it up before it sells out like so many other Boom! books before it." -- Stephanie Mangold, Silver Bullet Comics
"This comic ends at a point where I wanted to toss it across the room in frustration, because damn it, I wanted to know what happened next now. That’s the sign of a good comic, in my opinion." -- Andrea Speed, of COMIXTREME
"I was going to simply say that this issue was pretty much set-up for the rest of the series, but then I realized that Nelson managed to summarize Wells' well-known story without appearing stale. That's not a bad piece of work. And, I'm looking forward to the second issue. The second wave of the Martian invasion has plenty of potential." -- The Comic Treadmill
"Boom! Studios has gotten a lot of media attention in the past few months. Why? Because they keep doing everything right. Take this book, for example." -- Fanboy Planet
"Another fine release from Boom! Studios... Well done, and I look forward to seeing what happens next." -- Mike Sterling's Progressive Ruin
"...just the latest in a series of recent gems from the upstart publishing company Boom! Studios." -- Dave Moran, Silver Bullet Comics
"This is one of those rare comics that deserves all the pre-release hype it's been getting." -- Postmodern Barney
I told you to read Dingo.
Bastard'll be writing Blue Beetle by issue #7.