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Paul Allor Paul Tucker Create New Queer Horror Comic Hollow Heart

Paul Allor, Paul Tucker Create New Queer Horror Comic, Hollow Heart

Now he is creating his own comic, writing and lettering Hollow Heart, with his co-creator on Tet, artist Paul Tucker, from Vault Comics Described as "a queer monster love story about the choices we make between giving our loved ones what they want and giving them what we think they need." Hollow Heart marks the[...]

The Autumnal #2 Review: Eisner-Worthy Content From Kraus &#038 Shehan

The Autumnal #2 Review: Eisner-Worthy Content From Kraus & Shehan

Credit: Vault Comics[/caption]The Autumnal #2 continues almost directly from the ending of the first issue, putting Kat and Sybil in a situation that is almost as horrifying as the image at the funeral parlor (that's all I'll say about it -- for real, read it) in a much quieter, more emotional way Kat, knowing she's[...]

The Autumnal #1 Review: Comics Prettiest Autumn

The Autumnal #1 Review: Comics' Prettiest Autumn

The Autumnal is the new horror series from Vault Comics Nightfall imprint/event, which every year debuts new horror series from September through December This series by writer Daniel Kraus, artist Chris Shehan, colorist Jason Wordie, and letterer Jim Campbell is hard to ignore because of its eye-catching cover, so let's dive in and see how it reads.[caption id="attachment_1288859" align="aligncenter"[...]

Heavy #2 Review: The Odd Allure of a Psychopath

Heavy #2 Review: The Odd Allure of a Psychopath

Credit: Vault Comics[/caption]Heavy #2 does a great job putting the reader in the lead's shoes Bill is tasked with being partners with Slim, the psychopathic, "covetous, gratingly pansexual Irish bastard" who paid to him Bill and his wife killed, and it starts about how you'd expect Bill loathes Slim for what he has done and[...]

Giga #1 Review: A Well-Conceived Sci-Fi Comic That Trusts the Reader

Giga #1 Review: A Well-Conceived Sci-Fi Comic That Trusts the Reader

Vault Comics has a new #1 hitting the streets with Giga, a story about humanity after a world-changing war between robots known as "Giga." Let's get it.[caption id="attachment_1287209" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Giga #1 cover Credit: Vault Comics[/caption]For those interested in mecha and futuristic sci-fi, Giga #1 will satisfy in every way For those hoping to read an interesting[...]

Vault Comics Announces Full Returnability Right Now As Vault Bound

Vault Comics Announces Full Returnability Right Now, As "Vault Bound"

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 This allows retailers to order their books in confidence, able to return them if they don't sell Which is the kind of thing the comic book direct market was not[...]

The Devils Red Bride #1 Review: Love Letter to Samurai Fiction

The Devil's Red Bride #1 Review: Love Letter to Samurai Fiction

Vault Comics is back with a new series from writer Sebastian Girner, artist John Bivens, colorist Iris Monahan, and letterer Jeff Powell. The Devil's Red Bride is described in the first issue's solicitation as a "love letter to samurai fiction" that follows Ketsuko, a woman with a blood-drenched backstory and, it seems, possibly an even more violent future.[caption id="attachment_1281355" align="aligncenter"[...]

Cavan Scotts Writers Commentary on Shadow Service #2

Cavan Scott's Writer's Commentary on Shadow Service #2

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 for another issue of black magic and black ops When we last saw Gina, she was trapped in a witch bottle, the prisoner of a mysterious organization[...]

Shadow Service #2 Review: One of Vaults Best Titles

Shadow Service #2 Review: One of Vault's Best Titles

The first issue of Vault Comics' Shadow Service left off with the lead character in a tricky situation Does this second issue resolve the cliffhanger in a way that keeps the stakes high?[caption id="attachment_1281356" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Shadow Service #2 cover Credit: Vault Comics[/caption]Shadow Service #1 was a good start to this series that kept the reader[...]

Engineward #3 Review: Does It Deliver On Its Potential

Engineward #3 Review: Does It Deliver On Its Potential?

Credit: Vault Comics[/caption]Here's the good in Engineward #3:The story finally gets moving in this issue, with Joss leading an expedition to uncover details about the ghoulem's head that they uncovered This leads to some beautiful scenery drawn by Eisma, which has been the core attraction of this series since the start. There is a[...]

Henry Henry Took Over Vault Comics Twitter to Promote A Dark Interlude

Henry Henry Took Over Vault Comics Twitter to Promote A Dark Interlude

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 the book they are also adding a 1:15 cover by Caspar Wijngaard and a 1:30 foil version of that cover But then they did another thing, by letting the star of both comic[...]

Fearscape Sequel A Dark Interlude Takes Shot At Warren Ellis

Fearscape Sequel, A Dark Interlude, Takes Shot At Warren Ellis

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 by Ryan O'Sullivan and Andrea Mutti, published back in 2018 by Vault Comics How meta is it? The solicitation for the first issue reads;After the stunning success of Fearscape, comes A[...]

Giga #1 Gets 28000+ Orders From Vault Comics

Giga #1 Gets 28,000+ Orders From Vault Comics

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 know, AfterShock, Ahoy, AWA, Ablaze, Action Lab etc - Vault strikes out, just past Valiant But it appears they are gearing up to a launch figure for their new comic[...]

Vampire: The Masquerade #2 Review: A Vertigo-Style Vampire Drama

Vampire: The Masquerade #2 Review: A Vertigo-Style Vampire Drama

Credit: Vault Comics[/caption]Vampire: The Masquerade #2 introduces Prince Samantha ("not Princess," as lead character Cecily reminds Alejandra, the newly sired vampire that she has taken under her wing The Prince's presentation at the front of an issue creates an intriguing metaphor based on a painting she has crafted, using tempera paint made from egg yolk[...]

Picture Of Everything Else in Vault Comics December 2020 Solicits

Picture Of Everything Else in Vault Comics December 2020 Solicits

Picture Of Everything Else will be published in Vault Comics in December, Watters's second debut of that month Here's everything else that Vault Comics has lined up for the month.PICTURE OF EVERYTHING ELSE #1 CVR A MOHAN[caption id="attachment_1268257" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Picture Of Everything Else in Vault Comics December 2020 Solicits[/caption]OCT201644(W) Dan Watters (A/CA) Kishore MohanAs[...]

Heavy #1 Review: Max Bemis and Eryk Donovan Reimagine Purgatory

Heavy #1 Review: Max Bemis and Eryk Donovan Reimagine Purgatory

Vault Comics has been putting out some intriguing sci-fi and fantasy debuts this year, so how does Heavy #1 measure up to their impressive, and growing, catalog?[caption id="attachment_1263800" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Heavy #1 by Max Bemis and Eryk Donovan Credit: Vault Comics[/caption]Heavy #1 is heavy on mythology, and there's a lot of this very unique world to[...]

Vault Reschedules Sera &#038 The Royal Stars Heist How To Steal A Planet

Vault Reschedules Sera & The Royal Stars, Heist How To Steal A Planet

Vault Comics has rescheduled two of their ongoing series after shutdown, with Sera & The Royal Stars #10 being lined up for the 16th of December There hasn't been an issue of the series by Jon Tsuei and Audrey Mok since #7 in May, and #8 is scheduled for the 21st of October and #9[...]

Engineward #2 Review: A Mythology-Heavy Second Issue

Engineward #2 Review: A Mythology-Heavy Second Issue

Engineward, Vault's latest sci-fi epic from writer George Mann and artist Joe Eisma, is set to run for 12-issues, 2020's equivalent of a decade-long ongoing series. Does this mythology-heavy comic have the steam for such a long run? Engineward #1 impressed with Morning Glories' Joe Eisma's artwork, Michael Garland's colors, and Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou's inventive lettering, which used different colors […]

Cavan Scotts Writers Commentary on Shadow Service #1

Cavan Scott's Writer's Commentary on Shadow Service #1

Cavan Scott has a Writer's Commentary on Shadow Service #1 from Vault Comics He writes;Hello! Thanks for joining me at the beginning of an adventure This book has been coming a long time, ever since I was a kid who fell in love with both James Bond and monsters, although not necessarily in that order[...]

Looking at Blacksad: Collected Stories and Vampire: The Masquerade #1

Looking at Blacksad: Collected Stories and Vampire: The Masquerade #1

A couple of recent releases caught my eye, Dark Horse Comics' Blacksad: Collected Stories and Vault Comics' Vampire: The Masquerade #1 I thought I'd give them a look. Blacksad: Collected Stories Sometimes, there’s not much to say about a comic except that it’s particularly good and deserves the praise it gets Blacksad is that comic, and Dark[...]