"The team of writers that came together to build this terrifying world did their job well in these books...The art throughout these books truly succeeds in helping the reader experience the anxiety of living in the Lone Star State."
Katrina Roets, Geek-O-Rama
"Rating: 10 of 10 -- Best Comics in September (2012)"
Jef With One F, Houston Press (Review of Issue #6)
"...a sense of dread and foreboding throughout the six-book series..the main characters are very well developed...above all, it makes you stop and think."
Old Man and Bitter Girl (podcast) (Review of Issue #6 and series)
"...ends on a high note with Issue #6, which doesn't waste a frame...a thoughtful, engaging series for older teens and adult readers...It is a satisfying read that utilizes images to share in the storytelling in the manner of great comics."
Hip Mama Jenn (blog) (Review of Issue #6)
"...leaves readers breathless for the series finale...This is a satisfying installment in the series...makes us anxious to see how all the threads will be tied together in the final issue..."
Hip Mama Jenn (livejournal blog) (Review of Issue #5)
"...the AT team cranked up to a level as yet unseen in this series...I'm telling you, this is intense!...AT nearly never lets their foot off the gas..."
Tommy Hancock, Fanboy Buzz (blog) (Review of Issue #5)
"Recommended...it's a cautionary tale of what could happen if we let things get out of control..."
R-Squared Comicz, The intersection of Christian faith and cool comics (blog)
"The flow of the story is still virtually seamless and the art team is still knocking it out of the park...A very strong sense of storytelling by all involved and a very unique story for the comics medium makes this series one you don't want to miss." (Review of Issue #4)
"Issue 3 was far better than I thought possible...a fast-paced page turner of epic proportions."
(Review of Issue #3)
"Well written, well-paced, just fine storytelling...insanely suspenseful...If you're in the market for deep, dark storytelling and a commentary on society (and a well-delivered one at that) you'll want to check out this series."(Review of Issue #2)
"There's a message within which speaks of moving forward instead of backwards. A message that isn't new, but has never been portrayed so clearly before without coming off as offiensive... Not to mention one of the coolest looking villains I've ever seen! ...This is a good comic. You should really check it out."
(Review of Issue #1)
--TommyHancock, Fanboy Buzz
"...a well-crafted engaging story that eerily portrays a society overrun by self-righteous religious powerhouses who misinterpret the bible to suit their personal agenda. It's a scary, thrilling, politically charged story that is both timely and timeless."
--Hip Mama Jenn livejournal, (Review of Issue #3)
"The religious symbols hint at a more complicated view of Christianity in this alternate, independent Texas, which parallels real life."
--Suzette Chan, Sequential Tart (Review of Issue #3)
"...uncanny in its political relevance and impressive for pulling off a cliffhanger ending that depends on successfully dramatizing the ideas that inspired the story."
"Waiting for the trade paperback would deprive you of the fun of reading After Twilight and its shocking developments as you read about shocking developments in this very scary U.S. election year."
--Suzette Chan, Sequential Tart (two reviews)
"...Watson has created a story with classic elements which is fresh frightening and compelling. The characters are passionate and troubled..."
--Hip Mama Jenn livejournal
"Douglas Brown's art remains reason alone to pick up the book, with his ability to capture barely repressed sexuality and oppressive brutality in perfect measure."
--Jef With One F, HOUSTON PRESS
"AFTER TWILIGHT makes for a startlingly scary, interesting and brave comic."
"...the story flies off the pages with a frenzy...an urgent sense of repressed carnality"
--Jef With One F, HOUSTON PRESS