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Vault Joins Local Comic Shop Day with These Savage Shores Gold Edition Trade Paperback

Vault Comics joins Local Comic Shop Day 2019 where they will release a limited, exclusive Gold Edition of These Savage Shores – with a cover printed with special gold ink.

Local Comic Shop Day takes place on Saturday, November 23rd, 2019.

These Savage Shores LCSD Gold Edition TPB

Writer:  Ram V. 
Artist:  Sumit Kumar 
Colorist: Vittorio Astone
Cover Artist: Sumit Kumar 
Letter:  Aditya Bidikar 
Designer: Tim Daniel

This Local Comic Shop Day exclusive Gold Edition comes with a cover printed with special gold ink.

Two centuries after the first European ship sailed to the Malabar Coast and made landfall at Calicut, The East India Company seeks to secure its future along the lucrative Silk Route, in the year 1766. An old evil now sails aboard a company ship, hoping to make a home in this new found land. But he will soon find that the ground along the Indus is an ancient one with daemons and legends far older than himself.

Along These Savage Shores, where the days are scorched and the nights are full of teeth.

These Savage Shores LCSD Gold Edition TPB

Vault Comics Announces Money Shot #1 Black Bag Variants

Vault has announced two new Black Bag variants for Money Shot #1, each containing hilariously sexy covers designed for readers aged 18+. The first Black Bag variant is drawn by series writer and co-creator Tim Seeley, and the second is drawn by Mirka Andolfo

The two Black Bag covers will ship, as the name suggests, in a specially designed black poly-bag that obscures the 18+ art contained within. Both Black Bag covers will ship on October 23, 2019, the same day as the regular Money Shot #1 covers. The special covers contained within the black polybag will be a surprise not be revealed until the day of release.   

The Black Bag covers can be ordered using the following Diamond Order Codes: 

Mirka Andolfo (Cover C): JUL198907
Tim Seeley (Cover D): JUL198907

Money Shot is set in the near future, where space travel is ludicrously expensive and largely ignored. Enter Christine Ocampos, inventor of the Star Shot teleportation device. Her big idea: She’ll travel to new worlds, engage-intimately-with local aliens, and film her exploits for a jaded earth populace trying to find something new on the internet. Now, Chris and her merry band of scientist-cum-pornstars explore the universe, each other, and the complexities of sex in Money Shot! A story about scientists having sex with aliens for the glory of mankind-and money.

Money Shot is written by Tim Seeley, co-scripted by Sarah Beattie, drawn by Rebekah Isaacs, colored by Kurt Michael Russell, lettered by Crank!, and designed by Tim Daniel.

Money Shot #1 hits store shelves on October 23, 2019.

Money Shot #1

Wasted Space Gets an Audiobook from GraphicAudio

Wasted Space audiobook

Vault Comics and GraphicAudio have announced they have partnered to produce the Wasted Space audiobook, adapted directly from the graphic novel and produced with a full cast of actors, immersive sound effects and cinematic music.

Wasted Space follows Billy Bane, a prophet who got it all wrong, and the galaxy has been burning ever since. All he wants is to waste away in the darkest corner of space with his best pal Dust, a supercharged Fuq bot. But when a new prophet comes calling, Billy is summoned to save the galaxy he’s at least partially responsible for destroying. Too bad he couldn’t care less.

The Wasted Space GraphicAudio adaptation is Adapted and Directed by Richard Rohan, with Dialogue Editing and GraphicAudio Sound Design by Karen Foeke. It is performed by Eric Messner as Billy Bane, Duyen Washington as Molly Sue, Henry Kramer as Dust, Karen Novack as Fury, Chris Genebach as The Creator, Jacob Yeh as Rex, Andy Brownstein as Cutter, Richard Rohan as Legion, with Nick DePinto, Joe Mallon, KenYatta Rogers, Chris Stinson, Kimberly Gilbert, Dani Stoller, Amanda Forstrom, Tony Nam, Bradley Smith, Nanette Savard, Steve Wannall, Zeke Alton, Lawrence Redmond, Holly Vagley, Matthew Pauli, Marni Penning, Peter Holdway, Paul Reisman, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Tim Carlin, and Ken Jackson.

The Wasted Space comic book series was created by writer Michael Moreci and artist Hayden Sherman, is colored by Jason Wordie, lettered by Jim Campbell, designed by Tim Daniel, and published by Vault Comics. Wasted Space Volumes One and Two are on store shelves now, and the third story arc begins in November 2019.

The GraphicAudio’s Wasted Space audiobook will be released on September 30th, 2019. Pre-orders are now open.

Black Stars Above from Lonnie Nadler, Jenna Cha, Brad Simpson, Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou, and Vault Comics this November

Vault is thrilled to announce Black Stars Above, a terrifying new comic book series that is part of Vault’s annual autumnal horror imprint, Nightfall.  

A horror story that’s part The Revenant and part At the Mountains of Madness, Black Stars Above is a chilling historical cosmic horror tale of survival from the deranged minds of writer Lonnie Nadler and debut artist Jenna Cha, with colorist Brad Simpson, and letterer Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

The year is 1887 and a storm brews. A young fur trapper flees her overbearing family only to get lost in a dreamlike winter wilderness that harbours a cosmic threat. The fur trade is dead and the nation is changing. Yet, Eulalie Dubois has spent her entire life tending to her family’s trapline, isolated from the world. A chance at freedom comes in the form of a parcel that needs delivering to a nameless town north of the wilderness. Little does Eulalie know, something sinister hides in those woods and it yearns for what she has. 

Black Stars Above #1 will receive a Vault Vintage B Cover by Nathan Gooden and Tim Daniel that pays tribute to Frank Miller’s iconic cover to Whiteout, by Greg Rucka and Steve Lieber (Oni Press, 1999). The Vault Vintage cover line celebrates the artistic achievements of both modern and legendary comics artists. 

Black Stars Above #1 hits store shelves on November 6th, 2019.

Black Stars Above #1

Resonant #1 and Sera and the Royal Stars #1 Sell Out and Get 2nd Printings

Resonant #1 and Sera and the Royal Stars #1 have sold out. Both issues have been sent back to press, each with a new cover. The second printings will hit store shelves on August 28th, 2019. 

Resonant #1 and Sera and the Royal Stars #1 were Vault’s best-selling single issues to date, with Resonant #1 selling out of it’s 12,000 copy print run, and Sera and the Royal Stars #1 selling out of it’s 14,000 copy print run. 

The Resonant #1 2nd print has a new cover by Aléjandro Aragon and Tim Daniel. It can be ordered using Diamond Order Code: JUN198650.

Resonant #1 2nd print

The Sera and the Royal Stars #1 2nd print has a new cover by Audrey Mok and Tim Daniel. It can be ordered using Diamond Order Code: JUN198649.

Sera and the Royal Stars #1 2nd print

Resonant is the debut book from writer David Andry, with artist Aléjandro Aragon, colorist Jason Wordie, letterer Deron Bennett, and designer Tim Daniel. Resonant begins a decade after the first Waves hit, unleashing humanity’s darkest impulses and plunging the world into chaos. Paxton, a single father of three, must venture from the secluded haven they’ve built to restock the medicine his chronically-ill youngest son needs to survive. When the somewhat routine trip goes awry, Paxton and his children–now separated–will battle everything in their path to reunite.

Sera and the Royal Stars is by writer Jon Tsuei, artist Audrey Mok, colorist Raul Angulo, letterer Jim Campbell, and designer Tim Daniel. Civil war rages in the Empire of Parsa, and famine has struck. As the seasons refuse to turn, Princess Sera receives a vision from the deity Mitra telling her to find the Royal Stars and restore them to the heavens. Despite her kingdom and her troops’ need of her command, Sera embarks on a quest to find the fallen stars–now trapped on earth–and save her people from dearth and death.

Test #1 by Christopher Sebela and Jen Hickman is Getting a Second Printing

Test #1 by multi-Eisner Award nominee, Christopher Sebela, artist Jen Hickman, colorist Harry Saxon, letterer Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou, and designer Tim Daniel, has officially sold out. A second printing, with a new cover by Hickman and Daniel, will hit store shelves on August 21st, 2019. 

Debuting to near universal acclaim, Test is a 10-minutes-in-the-future sci-fi story unlike anything else on the stands. It follows character Aleph Null, a non-binary, future-addicted corporate guinea pig on the run, as he embarks on a quest to find Laurelwood, a mythical Midwestern town where corporations test-market the future with tech that couldn’t possibly exist yet, but does. 

The original solicitation can be read below:

Aleph Null is a lot of things: An orphan, a human guinea pig undergoing medical tests for cash, a bodyhacker, a hardcore future junkie, and a corporate asset. But now, Aleph is on the run from their old life, in search of a mythical, Midwestern town named Laurelwood—where they’re test-marketing the future with tech that can’t possibly exist yet, and won’t for decades.

From Eisner-nominated Chris Sebela (Crowded, High Crimes) and Jen Hickman (Moth & Whisper) comes the story of a town out of time, full of mysteries, and populated by guinea pigs in need of liberation by the misfit least likely to be their savior.

Test #1

Vault Comics Announces Cult Classic: Creature Feature by Eliot Rahal and John Bivens

Vault Comics has announced that Eliot Rahal‘s Cult Classic shared universe is expanding with a brand new series, Cult Classic: Creature Feature. 

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

Eons ago, visitors from outer space buried an item of unimaginable power in the primordial swamps that would one day become King Lake—a quaint little basin on the edge of Whisper, USA. Millions of years later, a comet’s radioactive waves awaken the monster slumbering beneath the lake. As the beast feeds on America’s sweet, delicious youth, brain-slugs infect the quiet town, causing victims to vomit up their kill-hungry, zombified skeletons. But for seventeen-year-old Jarrod Parker, none of that stuff matters much. For him, this isn’t about the Apocalypse. It’s about payback. Nothing—not his friends, not the undead, not even the end of the world—will keep him from vengeance. 

Cult Classic: Creature Feature #1  will debut with a Vault Vintage B Cover honoring Francesco Francavilla’s iconic cover for Afterlife with Archie #1(Archie Comics, 2013).

Cult Classic is a creator-owned shared universe of interwoven stories created and curated by Eliot Rahal that launched in 2018 with Cult Classic: Return to Whisper. Published by Vault Comics, the Cult Classic universe features a wide array of today’s hottest new creators. 

Cult Classic: Creature Feature #1 hits store shelves on October 2019.

Cult Classic: Creature Feature #1
Cult Classic: Creature Feature #1 Vault Vintage Cover

Head to the Bermuda Triangle with New Comic Series Relics of Youth

Vault Comics delves into the secrets that lie in the heart of the Bermuda Triangle in the new comic book series, Relics of Youth. Landing on shelves in September, the fantasy series is co-written by Chad Rebmann and screenwriter Matt Nicholas, with artist Skylar Partridge and letterer Deron Bennett.

Nat Rodrigues keeps dreaming of an island. Soon, the dreams become waking visions. Alone and concerned, Nat manages to locate other teenagers across the globe who share her intense obsession with the unmapped enclave. And then, the strangest part: Every one of them wakes one morning with a mysterious tattoo. A tattoo only the six of them can see. Now, each of them knows – no matter the obstacles in their way – they must discover this unknown paradise.

The series will launch with a Cover A drawn by Skylar Partridge, and a Vault Vintage Cover B drawn by Nathan Gooden and Tim Daniel. The Vault Vintage cover is an homage to Wes Craig’s cover for Deadly Class #1, the series he co-created with Rick Remender.  

Relics of Youth #1 hits shelves September 25, 2019.

Vault Announces a Surprise Vault Vintage Cover for Sera and the Royal Stars #1

Vault Comics has announced a surprise Vault Vintage variant cover for Sera and the Royal Stars #1. Drawn by Nathan Gooden and designed by Tim Daniel, this Vault Vintage cover pays homage to Curt Swan and and Neal Adams‘ 1969 cover to Adventure Comics #381 from DC Comics.. 

Begun in 2018, the Vault Vintage cover line celebrates the artistic achievements of both modern and legendary comics artists. The back cover of each Vault Vintage cover features a detailed history of the original cover and the creative team who produced. Vault Vintage covers are designed to celebrate the creators and covers they honor, and to ensure readers learn about some of the most important moments in comics history.

Sera and The Royal Stars is an epic fantasy series co-created by writer Jon Tsuei and artist Audrey Mok, with colors by Raul Angulo, letters by Jim Campbell, and design by Tim Daniel

Civil war rages in the Empire of Parsa, and famine has struck. As the seasons refuse to turn, Princess Sera receives a vision from the deity Mitra telling her to find the Royal Stars and restore them to the heavens. Despite her kingdom and her troops’ need of her command, Sera embarks on a quest to find the fallen stars-now trapped on earth-and save her people from dearth and death.

Sera and the Royal Stars #1 hits store shelves on July 17th.

Sera and the Royal Stars #1 vault vintage cover

Regular series covers.

Vault Comics Announces Nightfall, an Annual Horror Publishing Event

Vault Comics Nightfall

Vault Comics this delivers “Nightfall” this fall. “Nightfall” is an annual event focused on tales of horror. Every year as the weather turns brisk and autumn sets in, “Nightfall” comes.

As Vault continues its usual line, select new series introduced from September to December will bear the “Nightfall” icon, promising genuine horror. A “Nightfallseries will release like any other Vault periodical, concluding based on the title’s planned length.

Vault is known for its science fiction and fantasy but “Nightfall” is a line focused on horror. While it might have some sci-fi or fantasy, when you read “Nightfall,” it’ll make your skin crawl. It allows the company to maintain its core focus while also embracing their love of horror.

The first title under the “Nightfall” banner will be The Plot, co-written by Tim Daniel and Michael Moreci and drawn by Joshua Hixson.

In order to receive…first you must give. When Chase Blaine’s estranged brother and sister-in-law are murdered, he becomes guardian to McKenzie and Zach, the niece and nephew he hardly knows. Seeking stability for the children, Chase moves his newly formed family to his ancestral home in Cape Augusta—which overlooks a deep, black bogland teeming with family secrets.

– The Plot

The Plot #1 will receive a Vault Vintage Cover B by Nathan Gooden and Tim Daniel, an homage to Bernie Wrightson’s classic House of Secrets #92 cover (DC Comics).

The Plot #1 hits shelves in September, 2019.

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