Title: Project: I.M.P.A.C.T. # 1
Publisher: ADR Comics
Written by: Alan Russette
Art by: Stephan Petersen
Colored by: Gary Scott Beatty
Cover by: Stephan Petersen
Lettered by: Gary Scott Beatty
Created by: Alan Russette
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Website: www.facebook.com/projectimpactcomic/
Comments: At a power generating station in Canada something is happening there.
The art style on the people’s faces lacking in detail. The expressions are too big. When the faces are up close they are drawn much better.
Incognito, Pitbull, Trips, and Survivor are in the station and up to something. These are no ordinary people. The introduction to them is short but well done to let you know they are evil.
The comic also introduces you to Team I.M.P.A.C.T. made up of Polar Knight, French Guardian, Moose, Seism, Damsel, and its leader Pulsar.
We do get a nice recap of what is going on in Canada and why this team exists. It is nice the way this team does a job that needs to be done just because they are Canadian. They operate like a well trained military unit as they move into action. When the two teams engage it is a beautifully orchestrated battle as they use their powers. We do not have a full rundown on their powers so there is some mystery as we see them in use.
Damsel is shown with an intense sense of doing what is right.
The team is tough yet still friendly. Canadians do make the best super-heroes.

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Title: Project: I.M.P.A.C.T. # 1 Publisher: ADR Comics Written by: Alan Russette Art by: Stephan Petersen Colored by: Gary Scott Beatty Cover by: Stephan Petersen Lettered by: Gary Scott Beatty Created by: Alan Russette Price: $ 3.99 US Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Website: www.facebook.com/projectimpactcomic/ Comments: At a power generating station in Canada something is happening there. The art style on the people's...