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Vault Comics Gives Readers Free First Issues of Cult Classic & Songs For The Dead

Vault Comics is giving readers free copies of Cult Classic: Return to Whisper #1 and Songs For The Dead #1 as free digital downloads.

After an internal problem at Diamond Comic Distributors delayed the release of Cult Classic: Return to Whisper #2 and Songs for the Dead #2 by one week, Vault Comics decided to offer digital copies of the first issues for free as a thank you to readers for their patience. Because of the delay, physical copies of both Cult Classic #2 and Songs for the Dead #2 will now hit store shelves on Wednesday, April 25th.

Cult Classic: Return to Whisper is the flagship series in a creator-owned, shared universe of interwoven stories published by Vault Comics beginning in 2018. Created and curated by writer Eliot Rahal, the Cult Classic universe will feature a wide array of today’s hottest new creators, including Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, John Bivens, Leah Williams, Katy Rex, Grace Thomas, Jenna Cha, Tim Daniel, Alejandro Aragon, Marissa Louise, and many more to be announced. Cult Clasic: Return to Whisper is written by Eliot Rahal, drawn by Felipe Cunha, colored by Dee Cunniffe, and lettered by Taylor Esposito, with cover art by Irene Koh.

Songs for The Dead is a cult-hit fantasy comic book series that follows Bethany, a minstrel with a heart full of adventure, a would-be hero determined to find a missing boy from the town of Llyne, and a friend to all woodland critters. But mostly the dead ones. Because Bethany is also a necromancer. Captured by the vile Lord Rolland, Bethany will make an unlikely friend, who is all-too-good at providing more corpses to raise. Songs or The Dead is written by Andrea Fort and Michael Christopher Heron, illustrated by Sam Beck, and letterer Deron Bennett.

Cult Classic: Return to Whisper #1 Sells Out, Rushed to Second Print

On the day of release, Cult Classic: Return to Whisper #1 from Vault Comics has sold out at the distributor level, and is being rushed to a second printing to meet high demand.

Cult Classic: Return to Whisper is the flagship series in a creator-owned, shared universe of interwoven stories published by Vault Comics beginning in 2018. Created and curated by writer Eliot Rahal, the Cult Classic universe will feature a wide array of today’s hottest new creators, including Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, John Bivens, Leah Williams, Katy Rex, Grace Thomas, Jenna Cha, Tim Daniel, Alejandro Aragon, Marissa Louise, and many more to be announced.

Cult Clasic: Return to Whisper is written by Eliot Rahal, drawn by Felipe Cunha, colored by Dee Cunniffe, and lettered by Taylor Esposito, with cover art by Irene Koh.

Preview: Gravetrancers #2

Gravetrancers #2

Written by: M.L. Miller
Illustrated by: James Michael Whynot
Colored by: Dee Cunniffe
Lettered by: Jim Campbell
DCD# AUG171290

After the harrowing events of issue #1, an interrupted 911 call leads rookie cop Elena Veloz to the Burwood Memorial Park where she uncovers some of the Malort Family’s darkest secrets hidden among the tombstones! Meanwhile, last issue’s survivor is lost in the vast catacombs beneath the cemetery, fighting demons both real and psychotropic.

Preview: Eternal

ETERNAL

Illustrated by: Eric Zawadzki
Written by: Ryan K Lindsay
Colored by: Dee Cunniffe
Wallpaper Design by: Courtney Menard
DCD# NOV171290

A group of isolated shieldmaidens protect their village against a tide of men who think they can seize land from them.

Vif takes her band of women off viking to quell the advances of a loitering mystical scumbag, Bjarte. But some battles rage on inside us long after the field is empty, and some opponents won’t ever stay down.

Eternal is a haunting story of how vulnerable you make yourself when trying to protect everything around you.

This oversized bande dessinee-style graphic novella is a love letter to brutal violence and eternal emotions.

Illustrator Eric Zawadzki (The Dregs) delivers a heartbreaking and beautiful world of brutality and legacy underscored by the emotional narrative engine developed with writer Ryan K Lindsay (Beautiful Canvas, Negative Space) and laid out with a delicious palette by colorist Dee Cunniffe (The Dregs) and elegant book designs by Courtney Menard (4 Kids Walk Into A Bank).

This self-contained story is a dream project for the creative team in how it connects with the reader, and what it shows the comic medium is capable of producing.

When Redneck Revealed it was in the Same World as Southern Bastards

It looks like we’ve got a crossover between two Image Comic series. The below scene appears in Redneck #9. That series by Donny Cates, Lisandro Estherren, and Dee Cunniffe involves small town Vampires. Apparently they live pretty close to the fictional Craw County that’s the location of Jason Aaron and Jason Latour‘s Southern Bastards. That series is about racism, corruption, and football in a small Southern town.

Is this where Coach Boss has been dumping his bodies? They get killed in Southern Bastards and disposed of in Redneck?

Will we get more of a crossover? How about a mash-up series! Southern Rednecks? Redneck Bastards? No matter how official it is, it’s a great nod and wink for comic fans.

Vault’s Cult Classic: Return of the Graveyard Gang is now Cult Classic: Return to Whisper

Vault Comics has announced their forthcoming series, Cult Classic: Return of the Graveyard Gang, will be re-titled as Cult Classic: Return to Whisper. 

Why the change in title? Cult Classic: Return to Whisper creator Eliot Rahal had this to say:

It’s simple really…The Graveyard Gang was taken! I mean our title was originally a little longer, but there was a web series we were unaware of called “The Graveyard Gang” and both Vault and I decided it’d be best to respect that creator’s work. Comics can be a small place sometimes, and the last thing any of us want to do is create ill will in the community. So here we are with a new title, Cult Classic: Return to Whisper! No muss, no fuss! That’s a thing people say, right? Please let it be a thing people say.

Cult Classic: Return to Whisper is the flagship series in a creator-owned, shared universe of interwoven stories that will published by Vault Comics beginning in 2018. Created and curated by writer Eliot Rahal, the Cult Classic universe will feature a wide array of today’s hottest new creators.

Cult Classic: Return to Whisper is written by Eliot Rahal, drawn by Felipe Cunha, colored by Dee Cunniffe, and lettered by Taylor Esposito, with cover art by Irene Koh. It will be in stores for only $1.99 on February 28th, 2018.

Preview: Gravetrancers #1

GRAVETRANCERS #1

Written by: M.L. Miller
Art by: James Michael Whynot
Colored by: Dee Cunniffe
Lettered by: Jim Campbell
In Stores: December 13, 2017

On a journey to track down the grave of their estranged father, Maribel and Anthony find their way to the Malort Cemetery, a strange, seemingly abandoned field of mostly unmarked tombs. There they encounter an eccentric clan of grave-robbers who’ve devised a highly-addictive drug made from human remains–and the fresher the corpse, the stronger the dose. What started out as an attempt to reconnect with the past becomes a descent into a psychedelic, neon-colored nightmare, will Maribel and Anthony find their way through the hallucinogens or will they become the next hit?

Written by M.L. Miller (Pirouette) and featuring mind-shredding artwork by new artist James Michael Whynot, Gravetrancers delivers a grisly grindhouse tale of taboo and terror.

Preview: WWE Survivor Series 2017 Special #1

WWE Survivor Series 2017 Special #1

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writers: Dennis Hopeless, Box Brown, Derek Fridolfs, Kevin Paneta, Lan Pitts, Aaron Gillespie
Artists: Lucas Werneck, Rodrigo Lorenzo, Derek Fridolfs, Kendall Goode, Kelly Williams, Tim Lattie
Colorists: Jeremy Lawson, Doug Garbark, Fred Stresing, Dee Cunniffe,
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Cover Artists:
Main Cover: Rahzzah
WWE What If? Incentive Cover: Jim Rugg
Unlocked Retailer Cover: Juan Doe

This oversized WWE special highlights everything we love about the Thanksgiving tradition that rules autumn in sports entertainment—Survivor Series!
Features stories across all eras, from the epic showdown between Brock Lesnar and Goldberg twelve years in the making, to the infamous controversial classic that still enrages WWE fans to this day—the Montreal Screwjob.

Eric Zawadzki, Dee Cunniffe, and Ryan K Lindsay, and Black Mask are Eternal this January

Hot off back-to-back breakout books The Dregs and Beautiful Canvas, three MVPs of Black Mask‘s 2017 roster are joining forces to kick off 2018. In January, Eric ZawadzkiDee Cunniffe, and Ryan K Lindsay will release Eternal, a powerful blend of action, characterization, heart, and bloody swordfighting.

A group of isolated shieldmaidens protect their village against a tide of men who think they can take their land from them. Vif takes her band of women off viking to quell the advances of a loitering mystical scumbag, Bjarte. But some battles rage on inside us long after the field is empty, and some opponents won’t ever stay down. Eternal is a haunting story of how vulnerable you make yourself when trying to protect everything around you.

This oversized bande dessinee graphic novella is a love letter to brutal violence and eternal emotions. This self-contained story is aimed to be a boutique item for your shelves, and a gateway gift to others you know and love.

Eternal is out January 2018, will feature 64 pages, and retail for $7.99.

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