with a touch of detective work, Ghost Projekt is for you.”
– Matt Baum, WorthPoint
Russia is often remembered from the shadow cast during the Cold War-era when every stranger was a spy, but now that the Cold War is long over, some things left behind from that era may not stay lost. An abandoned Soviet research facility somewhere in Siberia has been home to a strange and dangerous weapon that is now in the hands of thieves claiming it for their own. U.S. weapons inspector Will Haley has been assigned to find out what dangers the weapon poses, and with the help of Russian agent Anya Romanova, they will find the answers but it will be far from easy.
Named “Best Miniseries of 2010”by Wizard Magazine!!
Originally a 5-issue mini-series, Ghost Projekt was collected and released as a hardcover volume (with a glow-in-the-dark cover!) in February 2011.
You can also buy the series for your iPad, iPhone or online via ComiXology. The first issue is FREE and the rest of the series is available for $1.99 per issue.
“Rolston does a nice job blending his cartoonish qualities with a grounded realism, which makes his depiction of Russia in the winter nice but not too bleak. […] His character work is very good, too – Will and Kip look like normal, everyday schlubs who are about to get caught up in something really bad, while Anya is a total bad-ass. It’s a nice, creepy comic that, thanks to Rolston, isn’t too overwhelmingly dark.”
– Greg Burgas, Comics Should Be Good! @ CBR