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Review: Midnight Vista

Oliver Flores went missing and was declared legally dead. But a fully grown Oliver is back and he remembers everything.

Midnight Vista collects issues #1-5.

Story: Eliot Rahal
Art: Clara Meath
Color: Mark Englert
Letterer: Taylor Esposito

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Vault Unveils the Virtual Convention Vanguard Con, Launching Today

As part of Vault’s ongoing virtual convention, Vault Vanguard Con, the publisher announced a plethora of new online events that will take place over the next week.

First, Vault will hold a reddit AMA on the r/comics subreddit tomorrow, Thursday March 19th, from 4:00-5:00pm MST. Fans can ask the Vault team whatever questions they like and get advice on any comics-related topic under the sun. 

Then, over the next few days Vault will release a series of special videos from a wide array of Vault creators on their social media channels.

The videos from Vault creators will include: 

  • BLEED THEM DRY’s Eliot Rahal 
  • ENGINEWARD’s George Mann and Joe Eisma
  • HEAVY’s Max Bemis & Eryk Donovan
  • HUNDRED WOLVES’ Myke Cole and Tony Akins 
  • FINGER GUNS’ Justin Richards 
  • THE PLOT’s Tim Daniel and Michael Moreci
  • SERA AND THE ROYAL STARS’ Jon Tsuei 
  • CULT CLASSIC: CREATURE FEATURE’s Eliot Rahal and John Bivens
  • BLACK STARS ABOVE’s Lonnie Nadler and Jenna Cha
  • NO ONE’S ROSE’s Zac Thompson & Emily 

You can watch the debut video, from BLACK STARS ABOVE‘s Lonnie Nadler and Jenna Cha: 

For a limited time, Vault fans can order special T-shirts featuring designs from their favorite Vault comic series, including Heathen, Finger Guns, Money Shot, The Plot, Sera and the Royal Stars, Resonant, She Said Destroy, Submerged, Friendo, Wasted Space, Queen of Bad Dreams, Black Stars Above, These Savage Shores, Fissure, Heavy, Hundred Wolves, Bleed Them Dry, and more.

Further, Vault fans can order very special limited edition Vanguard Con exclusives, including:

A deluxe, limited edition Finger Guns #1 Glitter Variant by Jen Hickman.

FINGER GUNS #1 GLITTER VARIANT

A deluxe, limited edition These Savage Shores Gold Foil Edition TPB.

These Savage Shores Gold Foil Edition TPB

Bleed Them Dry is a Ninja Vampire Tale

Vault Comics has announced, Bleed Them Dry: A Ninja Vampire Tale, a new comic series created in association with Lotus, Nagoya TV, and F.J. DeSanto. Created by Hiroshi Koizumi, written by Eliot Rahal, drawn by Dike Ruan, colored by Miquel Muerto, and designed by Tim DanielBleed Them Dry weaves Japanese and Western mythology together to create a deep-future sci-fi epic about Detective Harper Halloway, who’s been tasked with capturing an insidious killer: Someone targeting our immortal brethren, the Vampires that have been living beside us peacefully for centuries.

The year is 3333. Earth is in a state of recovery. Vampires are real, and though far less populous, they thrive alongside humans in the Japanese engineered mega city known as Asylum. People have come to understand that some Immortals are good, some are bad, and most navigate the world without incident. There is peace. 

That is, until now. 

Someone is brutally murdering vampires. And Detective Harper Halloway has been assigned to the case. To solve it, she’ll have to unearth a much deeper truth: the future of humanity has been edited.

Bleed Them Dry #1 will release with a B cover variant by Nathan Gooden. It hits store shelves on June 24th, 2020.

Bleed Them Dry #1

Dance Gavin Dance and Z2 Comics Partner for Robot’s Tale

One week before the tour kicks off leading up to the release of the new album by Sacramento’s Dance Gavin Dance, Z2 Comics announces original graphic novel partnership for Robot’s Tale!

Following up on recent success stories with Poppy, Skillet, and Yungblud, Z2 offers up something new for the Warped Tour crowd with Robot’s Tale: A Dance Gavin Dance Graphic Novel, announced just ahead of the release of their brand-new album Afterburner, out April 24!

Mirroring the band’s deconstructive approach paired with humor, Robot’s Tale brings together the comic book wit of writer Eliot Rahal and artist Ian McGinty, who utilize the band’s animal imagery to tell a story with heady themes of existence, as experienced through the perceptions of its anthropomorphic antagonist, upon the discovery that the universe is merely a simulation in which all living things are trapped. 

Robot’s Tale: A Dance Gavin Dance Graphic Novel is created in partnership with the band by Eliot Rahal and Ian McGinty with Z2 Comics. Also included are 30 pages by Poppy: Genesis 1 artist Masa Minoura. The original graphic novel clocks in at just over 100 pages, and will be released in a standard edition ($19.99) in comic shops and bookstores alike in May, as well as a limited deluxe edition ($99.99) directly through the Z2 website. The deluxe edition features an exclusive cover by album artist Matthias Adolfsson, paired with an exclusive colored vinyl edition of the band’s upcoming album, Afterburner, both strictly limited to 1,000 copies only and unavailable anywhere else!

Robot’s Tale: A Dance Gavin Dance Graphic Novel

Preview: Midnight Vista #5

Midnight Vista #5

Writer: Eliot Rahal 
Artist: Clara Meath 
Colorist: Mark Englert 
Letterer: Taylor Esposito 
Cover: Juan Doe
$3.99 / 32 pages / Full Color / ON SALE 1.15.20

Oliver Flores has had every single decision in his life taken from him. First by the aliens that abducted him. Then by the authorities who wanted to put him in a mental asylum. And now by this bizarre cult leader who just wants to use him. It’s time for Oliver to stand up for himself. It’s time for him to face his fears. If Oliver wants a life worth living then he has to make it for himself. The only problem is…will it cost him everything that he has left? 

Based on a true story from writer Eliot Rahal (HOT LUNCH SPECIAL), with out-of-this-world art from Clara Meath, MIDNIGHT VISTA will make you believe in little grey men.

Midnight Vista #5

Review: Midnight Vista #5

Oliver’s on the run and to find out why he’s back on Earth he needs the help of a… cult!?

Story: Eliot Rahal
Art: Clara Meath
Color: Mark Englert
Letterer: Taylor Esposito

Get your copy in comic shops! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Kindle/comiXology
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Exclusive Preview: Midnight Vista #5

Midnight Vista #5

Writer: Eliot Rahal 
Artist: Clara Meath 
Colorist: Mark Englert 
Letterer: Taylor Esposito 
Cover: Juan Doe
$3.99 / 32 pages / Full Color / ON SALE 1.15.20

Oliver Flores has had every single decision in his life taken from him. First by the aliens that abducted him. Then by the authorities who wanted to put him in a mental asylum. And now by this bizarre cult leader who just wants to use him. It’s time for Oliver to stand up for himself. It’s time for him to face his fears. If Oliver wants a life worth living then he has to make it for himself. The only problem is…will it cost him everything that he has left? 

Based on a true story from writer Eliot Rahal (HOT LUNCH SPECIAL), with out-of-this-world art from Clara Meath, MIDNIGHT VISTA will make you believe in little grey men.

Midnight Vista #5

Review: Midnight Vista #3

Midnight Vista #3 ups the drama, and action, with unexpected twists and turns. The series is a worthy successor to the X-Files.

Story: Eliot Rahal
Art: Clara Meath
Color: Mark Englert
Letterer: Taylor Esposito

Get your copy in comic shops now! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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Cult Classic: Creature Feature #1 Has Sold Out at Distributor

Cult Classic: Creature Feature #1 has sold out of a generous over-printing at the distributor. The second print, with a new cover, will hit store shelves on November 20th, 2019, the same day as the series’ second issue. 

A revenge story set during the apocalypse, Cult Classic: Creature Feature is a love letter to B-movie madness written by Eliot Rahal, drawn by John Bivens, colored by Hannah Jerrie and Iris Monahan, and designed by Tim Daniel

Cult Classic is a creator-owned, shared universe of interwoven stories that published by Vault Comics that began in 2018 with Cult Classic: Return to Whisper, and expanded with Cult Classic: Creature Feature in 2019. Created and curated by writer Eliot Rahal, the Cult Classic universe will feature a wide array of today’s hottest new creators.

CULT CLASSIC: CREATURE FEATURE #1

Preview: Midnight Vista #2

Midnight Vista #2

Writer: Eliot Rahal
Artist: Clara Meath
Colorist: Mark Englert
Letterer: Taylor Esposito
Cover: Juan Doe
$3.99 / 32 pages / Full Color / ON SALE 10.16.19

It’s the news story of the century! Oliver Flores – the kid on the face of every milk carton in New Mexico – has been found.

Recovering at the hospital, Oliver is finally able to reveal where he’s been for the last nineteen years: Along with his stepfather, he was abducted by aliens. And the only real problem with that is…no one believes him. Not the detectives from his case, not the doctors who treated him, not even his biological dad. They’re all convinced Oliver is suffering from massive trauma.

Meanwhile, no one seems to notice the suspicious Strangers in Black trying to silence Oliver for good.

Based on a true story from writer Eliot Rahal (HOT LUNCH SPECIAL), with out-of-this-world art from Clara Meath, MIDNIGHT VISTA will make you believe in little grey men.

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