Project: Saviour #2

Rated 4.78 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
(10 customer reviews)

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After the events from issue 1. We find our new hero at cross roads. Corruption and fear has him at the forefront of man hunt. Continue the fight or quit? Discover some of the answers to when his new gifts manifested and what new trouble lies ahead!

10 reviews for Project: Saviour #2

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Spencer Scott Holmes (verified owner)

    We get to issue 2 of Craig Johnson’s vigilante tale of Project Saviour and boy does 2 get even more dialed in. 1 is fantastic in it’s own rights and it’s the beginning of our venture into the world. But in issue 2 we get to dive in deeper to the characters and how there new powers treat them. It’s good times, with laughs that do the trick without feeling out of place and then it gets serious fast. Making issue 3 becoming a must read when the time comes.

    But grab yourself a copy of PS-2. It’s not your typical superhero/vigilante story. It’s a fresh new take on the genre with one man helming the comic creator wheel. Plus the artwork has become even more dialed in and impactful with that similar Sin City feel. Come along if you dare to the place inside of the mind of Craig Johnson and help an indie brother out.

    Spencer Scott Holmes
    That “Pizza Boyz,” Indie Comics Club and Old Man Orange Podcast guy.
    http://www.OldManOrange.com

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Eddie Porter (verified owner)

    Solid follow up to issue #1! I loved the backstory on our hero, but I really liked how we were only given a glimpse. With the cloud of mystery still looming, I can’t wait to find out more about this vigilante. Well placed humor and a great cliffhanger left me wanting more. I had to double check it was indeed the end of issue #2 when I turned to that last page! Keep it going!!

    I loved that variant cover too, great stuff!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Gdog27 (verified owner)

    After reading the first issue I’ve been waiting in anticipation for issue 2…..and it did not disappoint. Its was good to see a taster of the back story, not giving too much away but just enough to question who this guy is and what his next move is going to be. BRING ON ISSUE 3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Fabledcreed28 (verified owner)

    Love the artwork and the use of the grey scale with only the red showing through. I like it how it doesn’t follow the normal trend of superhero stories and just colourful dudes hitting each other. Its building a world with showing us slowly how these characters work. The mystery that is the hero and what’s his name drives me crazy but I’m excited to see when or even if we get to know!
    I look forward to seeing the next issue! Keep going!

  5. Rated 4 out of 5

    Lab5studios (verified owner)

    Craig Johnson’s Project: Saviour issue 2 (with a U) opens the doors on backstory and starts to do more world building, but just enough to reel you in without giving away all of its secrets.

    Where did these powers come from, who are the villains and what is their motivation. MOST OF ALL, what happens next?

    An essential part of the Project: Saviour saga that can’t be missed. Check it out.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    SaturnRave (verified owner)

    I feel that most superhero books do things in small arcs, or build to big events, so it was great to see Saviour open with a mission statement, a goal to be reached and a conflict to aim the storytelling towards. The shadows cast by Issue #1’s opening continue to grow longer in #2, and it really does a good job guiding the series forward.

    We get a better feeling for the world and cast of Saviour’s world here, and the work done to establish the feeling for the serious is fantastic. In particular, the noir feeling and setting gives the book an almost haunting edge to it. The art in particular helps to set the tone of the book, it’s black and white hues constantly grounding the world and dragging me back to the opening conflict of the story.

    Project: Saviour Issue #2 continues to deliver what #1 promised, and I personally can’t wait to see where it goes from here!

  7. Rated 4 out of 5

    Lewie (verified owner)

    Project Saviour is an interesting mixture of vigilante and superhero stories. The art has a noir style quality to it and uses black contrasts and negative space well. The narration does a good job of describing the protagonist’s motivations and inner thoughts and the story is well paced and easy to follow. There are some good action moments and a cliffhanger to get you excited for the next issue.
    If you are a fan of The Punisher and Sin City or has ever wanted to see a more realistic and gritty approach to superhero comics, this could be right up your alley.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Owl Eye Comics (Derek W. Lipscomb) (verified owner)

    After reading PS #1, I quickly delved into #2, and I was not disappointed. First issues usually serve as an introductory device, giving you enough to want to know more, and Project Saviour did that successfully. With issue #2, the meat n’ potatoes come rollin’ in and we start to see new details that paint a better picture of both our hero, the villain’s reach on people and the city that trembles in his wake.

    A good thing about issue 2 is that it doesn’t just give the answers you want. Instead, it expands upon your previous questions, and forces you to ask even more! Think of it like a good smelling stew that you can’t wait to try, and before you can, the chef throws in some zesty delicious ingredients to kick up you drool factor. OK, this isn’t a gourmet meal, but PS #2 improves on everything from the first issue. the art is even better in this chapter, and the introduction of a (assumed) supporting cast is brought in. Hints at what our hero may actually be could be in the villain’s dialogue, but I don’t want to prematurely guess and be blindsided.

    Craig Johnson does it again, and this time, I don’t wanna just smell the gumbo, I wanna eat it!

  9. ComixCentral

    Awarded Comic of the Week October 8, 2018.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Starside (verified owner)

    Project: Saviour issue 2 did a great job of revealing more about our protagonist while creating even more questions about where his story is going next. The art and design continues to be thrilling, with mixed media backgrounds and well-thought out layouts that support the rhythm of the narration and humor. I’m hooked!

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