Here’s what the critics are saying about NOCTUA…

Some early reviews from NOCTUA Issue #1…

“Andrew Henderson’s Noctua #1 to me was an enjoyable horror comic that when I finished it, left me wanting more. Someone that actually gets me to sympathize with the unholy creatures of the night is an accomplishment in itself. I can’t wait to sink my teeth into Noctua issue #2 and I suggest you do the same.”  – Mike Peluso,

 “I can’t recommend this book enough. Not only does it have trace elements of a super hero book and a crime drama mixed together it also seems to want to explore the issue of race within this world.  If you’re looking for an interesting take on the vampire mythos then you should check out this book.”  – Jose Sagastume,

 “Noctua comes out of the gate swinging, introducing many different plot points…this could definitely be one to watch this year.”  – Sean Robinson,

“There is a lot to like about this comic. The story definitely explores some interesting nooks and crannies in vampire lore. There is also some fun tension between the vampires that want to go straight (or at least appear to) and the vampires give in to their natures. There were some cool, little character moments and some interesting plot details.  The art has an energy that I found refreshing. There is a looseness and excitement that doesn’t feel like another copy of Hellboy or 30 Days of Night. There is some loss of detail in this, but that isn’t really a big deal. The overall effect is of a fast paced and dirty city brimming with corruption and the undead.”  – Ben Rhodes,