"Reed Tucker masterfully dissects the REAL issue dividing us as a nation."
—Seth Meyers, host of NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers
"A smart, blow-by-blow narrative of the sometimes-friendly, often bitter rivalry between corporate comic-book behemoths...A wild haymaker for the masses, perhaps, but a knockout read for capes-and-cowls aficionados."
"This is a book for 'Fans.' I consider myself a 'Fan.' I love this book. I guess you could say I am a 'Fan' of this book. If you are not a 'Fan' of 'Things' then this is not a book for you. It is a book for me. GIVE ME BACK MY BOOK!"
—Bobby Moynihan, comedian and former Saturday Night Live cast member
"Slugfest is the ringside commentator for the clash of the comic book titans. A must-read for all comic fans."
—Scott Sigler, author of the #1 New York Times bestselling novel Alive
"If you think comics are squeaky clean, you have no idea how down and dirty things have gotten behind the brightly colored scenes. Slugfest pulls back the curtain on the tireless work, masterful art, smack talk, underhanded tactics, and juicy betrayals that have both blessed and plagued the rivalry of a lifetime. It's meticulously researched and delightfully scandalous, like the lovechild of an encyclopedia and a soap opera. It's an Encyclopera. Which also happens to be my super hero name."
—AJ Mendez, retired WWE superstar and New York Times bestselling author of Crazy Is My Superpower
"Insanely readable...An amazing comic-book story."
"The story of Marvel's David toppling DC's Goliath is a fun one, and Tucker tells it well."
"Tucker uses extensive interviews with major players within the two comics giants to provide a blow-by-blow account of its victories and defeats."
—Shelf Awareness for Readers
"A great read for anyone interested in the history of two companies that have had a massive impact on pop culture."
"Tucker delivers a well-written and entertaining look at the decades-long battle between the two titans of the comic book business."
"Slugfest takes readers inside the decades-long beef between DC and Marvel comics."
"Lively and engaging."
"This really is a fascinating story, especially when you remember that the competition between DC and Marvel isn't just about comic books; it's about pop culture itself."
"As colorful as the characters you see in halftone every Wednesday on New Comics Day."
"Slugfest is at its best when it becomes a virtual oral history of the Big Two comics publishers after Frank Miller and Alan Moore alter the entire industry in the mid-80s through their epic Batman and Watchmen titles."
—Washington Post, -
"An intriguing examination of the intense Marvel-DC rivalry."