"In a culture full of sick, twisted, perverted art, Red Meat is up there at the top--it's that good."--Matt Groening, Life in Hell, The Simpsons
"Max Cannon dances a twisted lambada of his own devising."--the New Yorker
"Max Cannon stands alone, offering genuinely funny cartoons that . . . expose American culture's seedy underbelly."--the Onion
"Unlike the vast majority of cartoons in America, Red Meat makes me sick in a good way."--Dan Piraro, Bizarro
"Red Meat . . . holds the terrible fascination of the dissection table, or of a roadside car wreck glimpsed out of the corner of your eye--except it's funnier. Max Cannon has an undeniable genius--just don't tell him where I live, okay?"--Tom Tomorrow, This Modern World
"Possibly the only comic strip in America that uses a chainsaw to tickle your funny bone."--Erwin B. Wallace, "The Mysterious Mr. Wally"