• “Great work” – David Lloyd
  • “I love your work. It’s so loose, and the red works so well” – Donna Barr
  • “If Lorenzo Mattotti did Irish mythology” – John Robbins
  • “An outstanding body of work” – Rabble.ie
  • “[The] drawing style is sketchily naturalistic … particularly excelling at the nature scenes … It also gives the story a sense of versimilitude, like everything is happening in the moment” – Gavin Burrows
  • “captures the time very well, both in his art and story, this is no polished recounting of history, but a tale full of earthy reality, full of the dirt of ancient lands and the blood of ancient races” – Richard Bruton, Forbidden Planet International
  • “[A] brilliant adaptation of the epic Irish legend Táin Bó Cúailnge … a violent, visceral and darkly comic tale and Brown’s interpretation doesn’t leave much to the imagination; the single-colour artwork, raw and frenetic, is reminiscent of Eddie Campbell’s work on From Hell and the story is well-crafted with an obvious passion for the subject matter” – Look Left
  • “wonderful translation of ancient Irish legends … exciting and amusing … beautifully rendered action … that proves why Patrick’s decision to retell these old stories in comic book form was such an excellent idea” – Rol Hirst
  • “In a hundred years, I reckon Paddy Brown will be remembered as one of Ireland’s finest cartoonists. His Cattle Raid of Cooley  calls to the reader to glide around the pages and take in the detail, but to go when he says … a pseudo-sensory experience” – Andy Luke
  • “It’s as if writer-artist Patrick Brown found a window looking into the past, and he decided to smash it climb on through. Here is a thoroughly modern form of Irish storytelling that makes the past very much the present” – Malachy Coney
  • “Finally a comic from Northern Ireland that can be read adywhere – Patrick Brown weaves a wonderful tapestry of rich characters, intertwining centuries-old legends with 21st-century artwork to die for. Wonderful!” – Davy Francis
  • “[Ness is] A wonderful period graphic novel … Primitive but gripping” – Rich Johnston