Hi, thanks for sharing your comic and your interview. Here's my review I'll share it here first then post it on my YouTube channel when the time comes.
I read all three chapters of Project: Achilles, which was all that was available to read.
When it comes to originality, it reminds me of Marvel's Captain America. It's based in the 1940s world war II with Germany and the whole super-soldier aspect.
I've been introduced to a handful of characters. Every character feels realistic in this comic. I understand their motivations, who they are, and why they would sign-up for this super army program. The interactions between characters flow as if I were watching a good movie. Every piece of dialogue is important to the story. Each issue those a fantastic job showcasing each candidate.
The line art and coloring are polished. The art style seems inspired by American graphic novels. It looks well made and ready to be printed in stores.
If I was to just be nit-picky and find some issues, I'd say; format your comic for mobile readers. Then again, this has nothing to do with your plot, artwork, or characters. I really tried to find something negative, but I truly didn't see any major issues.
Three chapters aren't enough for me to give me a final verdict in this particular comic. However, I will say that I am anticipating seeing the opposing super soldiers, the interactions with Dutch, and the rest of the candidates. I want to see more of Dutch, how he deals with his PTSD, and how he gets his revenge on Dr. Franz Teudt. Overall, I think it'll be fun to see these supers in action on the war.