"Colorful, lively, well-illustrated, and perfectly paced for maximum comedic effect..."
It's always special getting a review for work that you've made with your own hands, and even more so when a reviewer really understands and appreciates what you're trying to do. Indie comic reviewers are a rare but valuable presence in the indie comics community. There's a lot out there in the world trying to grab one's attention so when someone spends a block of their valuable time contemplating an indie comic and then shares their thoughts and observations on it, they're really providing a service to all indie comics fans and artists.
Ryan C. of Four Color Apocalypse recently reviewed the latest two Brick books, Brick Breaks Free and Brick by Brick and we're so stoked. Ryan reviewed both books individually and we're so glad the books brought a grin and a chuckle to him. But don't take our word for it.
"I’m frankly not sure how Craig manages to come up with one inventive scenario for his distinctly animated inanimate object after another, but he does — and for that, we should all be grateful."
Check out Four Color Apocalypse's full reviews of Brick Breaks Free and Brick by Brick. And while you're there, check out Ryan C's other reviews of other indie comic artists, including his recent review of Sludgy, written by Brick by Brick guest artist, Robb Mirsky.