Praise for Last of the Pops
The depth and heart that went into these characters and their journey, as well as the thoughtful approach to such deep subject matter, kept me enthralled by the developing stories in this book
Anthony Avina

Last of the Pops by Adam Wilson is a creative and engaging story.
- AR Critique

Praise for Stay Salty: Life in the Garden State

It is one of those books you keep on the shelf to re-read again. This collection is both warm and inviting. This journey was like taking a vacation to the state without ever leaving my home.

Memorable, iconic, and engaging, “Stay Salty” is a refreshing and must-read anthology you cannot put down.
-Anthony Avina

Finalist for the 2022 Feathered Quill Best Anthology or Short Story Collection.

Praise for The World Takes: Life in the Garden State

Pushcart Nominee: Short Story - Five Dollar Cover: All Ages Welcome.

Praise for Brian & Bobbi

"Adam Wilson  has a lot to celebrate with this story. It takes an existing framework and twists it in a creative direction. He's a writer whose name I'll watch for in the future. Franco Viglino's artwork is at times sexy, playful, fresh and cinematic. He feels like he's just starting to come into its own visually as there are panels that surprise and others that feel very personal. All in all a very fun little package."
-Comic Related

"Adam Wilson the author does a phenomenal job of bringing these characters to life, with real issues that some of us remember less the super powers that they get to have. Franco Viglino’s art is easy on the eyes, and fits the story line very well."
-Comic Forge

"While in a black and white novella format this book is colorful. It is vibrant in the mind. It is full of hope and light in the face of the mundane that is reminiscent of the most well written and history defining Spider-Man stories."
-Word Dammination

A prime example of what the indie world has to offer... This is a high quality and enjoyable story, something that I will re-read and eventually give to my kids to read while my boxes of old X-Men and Spiderman sit in the closet collecting dust.
- Fanboy Buzz

Praise for In the Fallout

Writer Adam Wilson is telling a very delicate and tender story that cuts right to emotional core... At times, [Jeff] Chin’s artistic style in this comic reminds one of the classic 1991 video game “Another World” which focused more facial features and gestures to show interaction in lieu of hyper-detailed character designs. This was honestly one of the most visually memorable games in the last thirty years so the comparison should be considered high praise.
-Freakin' Awesome Network

Praise for What About Tuesday
There are so many ways I could see this tale going that it was crazy. I loved every moment. It’s edgy, addictive, and engaging.

This was a fantastic narrative. The quick precision with which the author could infuse heart and depth into these characters and make them feel real and fully realized in such a short read made this a compelling novella.
-Anthony Avina