The Star-Bulletin reviewed Wish
as a part of its Drawn & Quartered
feature, which focuses on comics as literature.
Wilma Jandoc's review calls the first volume the weakest of the series, comparing it to "being tortured by the flames of Hell". Fault is also found with the "uber-cuteness" of Kohaku, the main character, whose clumsy air-headedness provides most of the humor of the early series.
For all volumes after the first, though, the reviewer has nothing but positive things to say, praising the more serious turn the series takes. She gives high marks for the way the war between Heaven and Hell is portrayed, as well as the non traditional view of the nature of good and evil.