Vessels #1 hasn’t been out a week yet and we’ve already received a string of positive reviews across the board – which kind of blows our minds a little. It’s amazing to see critics enjoying our work as much as we enjoyed to make it.

Vessels reviews

Here’s a deeper breakdown of the reviews we’ve received so far, and if you like what you see, you can buy a copy from our store here.

Click a site name to read their review:

Comics Anonymous – 9/10
It’s a finely balanced first issue and the detail within the narrative, dialogue, panel layout and plot has the air of a mainstream title rather than a small press one.

Big Glasgow Comic Page – 9/10

The creative team as a whole have forged an original and exciting comic book in Vessels that has a lot to offer in future instalments so please do not be put off by the lack of a known publisher like Boom or Dynamite Entertainment,Vessels has a quality to it that places it amongst the big hitters.

Geek Retreat – No Scores

With Vessels, Cook knocks it out of the park. Effortlessly engrossing, Cook‘s writing creates a world and story that is sullen and forsaken – Vessel is masterful in its execution. Replete with character and atmosphere, the book soars, and is more than worthy of your time.

Comic Booked – No Scores

This artist team is simply stunning. This is the sort of art that I think great comic books should look likeI truly feel like Vessels is a book that could have been done by a large company like Image or Boom.”

Down the Tubes – No Scores

Cook’s work in Vessels has done nothing but confirm my first impression that if Dave gets the right break, he could be going places.