Technically, ⟨ʘ⟩ is only the forward clicked release, not the entire consonant. A full transcription of a click consonant requires a second letter to specify whether the rear closure is velar or uvular, and whether the click is voiced or nasal:
The tie bar may be omitted, and the accompanying letter may be superscripted.
If the order is reversed, e.g. ⟨ʘ͜q⟩, that may imply that the velar or uvular release is audible (delayed release).