"Beautifully rendered locations and rollicking action panels frame this stylish post Victorian escapade. Reminiscent of such movie greats as Errol Flynn, our droll hero is a thief... and WHAT A THIEF! Kudos, guys, you've brought the 'gentleman thief' back into vogue and with a vengeance!”
-- Emil Ferris, Author of My Favorite Things is Monsters
"Enter the realm of adventurers and draw a line from Indiana Jones to The Escapist. Good. Now go squarely in the middle and mark a big, fat X. That's the precise location where you'll find Wolverton, a fun, funny, raucous new comic. Just remember that X doesn't mark the end of this journey, but the beginning.”
-- Van Jensen, Writer for DC’s The Flash and Green Lantern Corps
"Fresh, funny and exciting. These are comic pages that insist on being turned.”
-- Michael Tisserand, author of Krazy: George Herriman, a Life in Black and White
"Only the épée is missing. Wolverton relies upon stealth, wit, and cunning, wise-cracking all the while. "
-- Word Comicbook Review
"Wolverton has the potential to be a great movie… my only regret is that my personal dream casting for the role will never happen. Throughout the book, I kept thinking that a young David Niven would have been spot on perfect."
-- The Pullbox
"Wolverton, Thief of Impossible Objects combines the best aspects of Hitchcock’s To Catch a Thief, Hellblazer and Indiana Jones, if all three starred Errol Flynn."
-- The Chico Comics Page
"All in all, I want to read more of it. I want to understand where Wolverton came from, why is he chasing these treasures and where will these adventures lead him."
-- Lodix Reviews
"Stark and Garrett’s story is excellent. It’s fast, it’s fun, it’s engaging, and the action is great. Wolverton’s an enjoyable protagonist, and eldritch Victoriana is always an enjoyable concept to hang a story around. Stark and Garrett are clearly enjoying the writing process a lot, and there’s a great deal of creative energy coming from this team."
-- Comic Bastards
"Wolverton: Thief of Impossible Objects #1 is amazing. I would recommend it to anyone interested in adventure stories -- like Indiana Jones, but more criminal. "
-- A Place To Hang Your Cape