"There's something refreshing about Dash, Dave Ebersole and Delia Gable's private-eye-meets-supernatural story set in 1940 Los Angeles. With its mixture of mystery, drama and emotional turmoil, there's a little something for everyone here. And while most stories of this nature would probably debut as a completed graphic novel, I like the fact that it's a series that understands how to use the issue-by-issue pacing. "
“Dash: The Mysterious Zita Makara is the story about a gay Private Detective, a mysterious Egyptian woman, a dead antique dealer, and mummies (the walking around kind), but at its heart, it’s a detective story. The rest serves the story to make it more interesting and complex, but if you’re a fan of noir, than Dave Ebersole and Deila Gable have your ticket filled.”
"... it’s light and airy feel gives the series a really fresh sense of originality in such a cynical genre. With a strong supporting cast who inject a genuine sense of fun into this often overly-serious world (especially plucky secretary Cindy Crenshaw – who is more BFF than unrequited love interest), Dash is a thoroughly enjoyable and unexpectedly fun read, that makes for a genuinely fresh offering to the Private Eye genre. "