Review: Project I.M.P.A.C.T.

Issue one:

Alan Russette (writer/editor/publisher)

Stephan Petersen (artist, pencils, inks, cover)

Gary Scott Beatty (colors and letters)

Issue two:

Alan Russette (writer/editor/publisher)

Stephan Petersen (artist, pencils, inks, cover)

Linda Scott Campbell (colours)

Richard Lumsden (letters)

Project I.M.P.A.C.T., a government-sponsored superhero team, operating to safeguard Canada from superhuman (parahuman) threats.

Superhero books are among my favorite things to read, and this is definitely one I can recommend to others.

Project I.M.P.A.C.T. evokes a nostalgic feeling in me, like a modern take on comics of the past, if that makes sense. All in a good way, of course. Something about it gives me Suicide Squad vibes when it comes to the style and team, along with Watchmen, though the story isn’t anything to do with either of those comics. It’s much lighter in subject matter, etc. The comparison is more about quality and style.

Similarly to what I said above, the art has a nostalgic feel, like an updated take on classic comic feels. Bright, clean, and vibrant, with plenty of action and interesting characters.

The story is perfect for superhero fans, new and old, and especially fun to see more Canadian based heroes.

This comic was funded completely out of pocket, with no crowdfunding, and will only be released digitally with no print run. Project I.M.P.A.C.T. is obviously created by people that love comics, and I highly recommend supporting them on this endeavor.

To read yourself, get issue one here, and issue two here.

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