REVIEW: Shadow Service #3 is a bit exposition-heavy for a third issue but, once it gets going, it mixes horror and action with style.
This is the category for Vault comics and their comics.
Paul Allor just blew everyone away with a PTSD-themed issue of GI Joe. Now he is creating his own comic, writing and lettering Hollow Heart, with his
REVIEW: The Autumnal #2 is another perfect issue from Kraus, Shehan, Wordie, & Campbell, perfectly balancing horror, mystery, & drama.
REVIEW: The Autumnal #1 by Daniel Kraus & Chris Shehan is among 2020's best debuts, and it might be Vault Comics' best single issue ever.
REVIEW: Heavy #2 from Max Bemis & Eryk Donovan skillfully puts the reader in Bill's shoes as he's swept up in the charm of a psychopath.
REVIEW: Giga #1 is a well-conceived sci-fi debut from Alex Paknadel & John Lė that offers something too rare: trust in the reader.
It's Vault Comics time. Right now, Image Comics, Boom Studios, IDW and Dynamite have extended the returnability of their comic books to comic book stores.
REVIEW: The Devil's Red Bride from Vault Comics, described as a "love letter to samurai fiction," is a debut with potential.
Cavan Scott has a Writer’s Commentary on Shadow Service #2, published by Vault Comics. Have you got your copy to hand? Then we are away. And we’re back
REVIEW: Shadow Service #2 sees this new comic from Cavan Scott and Corin Howell become one of Vault Comics' best titles.
REVIEW: Engineward #3 from Vault Comics continues to show the series' great potential, but does the story follow through on it?
Vault Comics are publishing A Dark Interlude, the meta-sequel to White Noise Studio's Ryan O'Sullivan and Andrea Mutti's meta-comic, Fearscape. to promote
A Dark Interlude is the meta-sequel to the meta-comic book Fearscape about an author, Henry Henry, dealing with the literal consequences of his creations
Vault Comics is one of those smaller creator-owned comic book publishers, literally down the dial. While other similar publishers huddle in the As - you
REVIEW: Vampire: The Masquerade #2 feels like vampires by way of Vertigo, with Seeley & Pramanik delivering a fresh take on familiar horrors.