Project: Saviour #3

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
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The introductions are over. The stage is set. Now the real adventure begins.
Having discovered a raging building fire our hero finds himself in a situation he was not prepared for. He can’t save everyone. Feeling guilty and full of anger, he tries to track down those responsible. Can he control his emotions and be the hero he wants to be? Or will his anger consume him and turn him into the very thing he is fighting?

4 reviews for Project: Saviour #3

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

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

    At long last, issue 3 of Project Saviour arrives, and it does not disappoint! After the tragic bombing of last issue’s building, we find our main lead caught in a frustrating situation. In a fairly bold move, Craig Johnson takes the Superman/Lois Lane dynamic and eschews what is a silly trope regarding secret identity (I won’t spoil what he does, but it makes probably makes the most sense). Not done pulling homages, we also get a good Batman-esque sequence where the vigilante shows what he does best: running through criminals like crap through a goose. Again, this issue dangles the carrot and ends us on a good panel, for what only can mean that issue 4 will open with a bang!
    Of the three issues so far, this one feels like Johnson has hit his stride, as his art, pacing and dialogue are all on equal standing. There are some iconic panels of the vigilante doing dynamic poses (my favorite is one on top of a pool table) and the storytelling is clear and concise. Still, so many questions need to be answered, and I can’t wait to find them all out!
    Well done, Craig! Please don’t let us wait for the next outing!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Spencer Scott Holmes (verified owner)

    Oh boy!!! We finally get to dive into the world of Project Saviour 3 and see what Craig has conjured up in his latest incarnation of superhero’s, brutal revenge and that over arching mystery. And 3 never disappoints, the art only gets more dialed in which each run and with many panels that could make for some cool wall art. Or business cards. Maybe some threating post cards too. Why not good sir.

    But after the Batman and Robin like cliffhanger of issue 2 we are left to find out what was that huge explosion all about. We get more information on Sarah and our hero’s distant yet close connection that leaves more questions to ponder for issue 4 or even farther down the journey. With the right choices for every writing section. to great panel designs to keep the book flowing. Here you will get some lovely action moments, grand fight scenes and a hint of dry comedy sprinkled on top.

    There’s a reason Project Saviour was nominated for Comic Book of the year, 2018. So nows your chance to find out why and continue the journey into issue 3. And then soon issue 4 and so on down the road. What are you waiting for, add to cart and get some reading in. Yeah buddy!!!

    Spencer Scott Holmes
    That “Pizza Boyz” and Indie Comix Club Podcast guy.
    http://www.OldManOrange.com

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rick Joseph (verified owner)

    The third instalment of Project Saviour has finally dropped! Out of the 3 issues out so far, in my opinion, PS3 is the pivot point where the series gets to switch gears and head towards whatever direction creator Craig wants it to go. Will the hero/vigilante mirror the likes of Batman, Punisher, Daredevil, Robin Hood… heck, even Spawn?! Anyway, overall PS3 is a great entertaining story. It’s fast pace and it keeps you wanting issue 4 sooner than later.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Eddie Porter (verified owner)

    Project: Saviour #3 has arrived and does not disappoint! With wonderful pacing and an unexpected turn of events with Sarah, this issue marks Craig Johnson’s best work to date. I am really enjoying Craig’s take on the Superhero genre and the internal struggles our hero or should I say anti-hero goes through. The issue wraps up with a fantastic cliffhanger and I will be counting down the days until the next installment! Keep them coming!

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