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”Point of Impact was born out of the idea that a person can be different things to different people,” said writer Faerber. “We behave differently, and play different roles, depending on who we’re with. That’s a theme I wanted to explore in the context of a murder mystery.”
In an interview at iFanboy, Faerber promised “plenty of action and suspense, and definitely twists and turns — it’s a murder mystery / thriller, after all.” iFanboy also featured a six-page preview of POINT OF IMPACT #1.
The four-issue miniseries, which will debut in October, is drawn by Koray Kuranel, a Turkish storyboard artist, in stark black and white.
“Koray is a fantastic artist recommended to me by my old friend and collaborator, Yildiray Cinar,” said Faerber of his collaborator. “His layouts and sense of storytelling are incredible.”
POINT OF IMPACT #1 will available for pre-order in the August issue of Previews.
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