'A uniquely strange and absorbing body of work' - AV Club (on Scarlet Traces comic)
'A vivid and exciting version of the original story combined with a wonderful sequel' - Starburst Magazine
“a showcase for D’Israeli’s art, every face a moment of peace or panic in a vividly identifiable style, traditional in its framing but radically expressive in the figurework. It’s a very productive friction, beefing up a robust science-fiction air for the Wells adaptation and emphasising the physical impact of Martian war machines, laying waste to pastoral Surrey and ingesting plenty of the population.” - Tripwire (On Scarlet Traces comics)
“A series that increases its dramatic and imaginative scope with every step. It’s clever, accessible, scary, thought-provoking and thrilling, all wrapped up in a beautiful package” - Grovel.org.uk
“A saga over a decade in the making” - Comicon.com
“This is exceptional: scathing socio-political satire made sweet by being British speculative fiction through and through.” - Page 45
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