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Vault announces Five New Titles

Vault has announced not one, not two, but FIVE series that will be released in Spring 2023. Check out what’s coming to comic shops!


Writer: Michael Moreci
Artist: Nathan Gooden
Colorist: Addison Duke
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Designer: Tim Daniel  
Cover A & B: Nathan Gooden
January 2023

Barbaric is back and headed straight to hell in an all-new arc so big and bloody, it’s getting an extra issue! While Owen tames a dragon with an old friend, Soren and Steel cross paths with someone else from our cursed barbarian’s past…who isn’t looking nearly as friendly. Hell hath no fury like a woman stabbed through the heart by an ugly f***ing orc.

Oh, wait! Who’s carrying Axe?


Writer: Christopher Sebela
Artist: Ben Hennessy
Colorist: Triona Farrell & Vittorio Astone
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Cover A: Ben Hennessy
Cover B: Nathan Gooden
February 2023

One sunny day in the land of Kerethim, God falls dead from the sky. The impact sends out shockwaves that draw in royal families at war, shadowy creatures of the dark, and armies of the dispossessed, all coming to lay claim to parts of God’s body. Into this power struggle wanders Zanzi Vuiline, a soldier and berserker trying to get home from a years-long war. Forced to fight her way through the strange landscapes in and on God’s corpse, from the soles of its feet through the top of its head, Zanzi will acquire a mysterious traveling companion on her own pilgrimage.


Writer: John Lees
Artist: George Kambadais
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Designer: Tim Daniel 
Cover A: George Kambadais
Cover B: Sally Cantirino
March 2023

Eighteen-year-old Thumper Connell still has an imaginary friend: the masked killer from his favourite slasher film. Thumper is obsessed with horror and always has been. He fills his time with scary VHS rentals and hanging out with his fellow fans, The Murder Club. But everything changes when his local video shop acquires one of the notorious films known as “video nasties” – films so scary, they’re the target of the British Moral Decency League’s crusade to ban and burn. But it’s only a movie, right? It’s all just imaginary, isn’t it?

A story about the perception of evil, the power of genre, the love of fandom, the need to create art, oh, and crap-your-pants TERROR!”


Writer: Andrea Fort & MC Heron 
Artist: MJ Erickson
Colorist: Addison Duke
Letterer: Andworld
Cover: MJ Erickson
Designer: Tim Daniel
March 2023

Bethany is a necromancer and a hero. Along with her companions, Elissar and Jonas, she has finally found the rumored covenant. Her Perilous journey has brought her to the last bastion of the necromancers, but resurging prejudices have them in shambles. Can Bethany unite them in the face of escalating tensions? Or will the coming war shatter all of her dreams for a peaceful future? 



Writer: Tim Seeley
Artist: Gisele Lagace
Colorist: Carlos Badilla Z
Letterer: Crank!
Designer: Tim Daniel
Cover A: Gisele Lagace
Cover B: Tim Seeley & Tim Daniel
April 2023

The XXXplorers are back and on their hands and knees for the good of humanity! When the giant ass space jellyfish who run the ordered universe arrive on earth, the porn-stars-cum-science explorers must put away grudges, crushes and side hustles to once again take one or two or three for the team. Begins an epic new arc, which takes aim at dumb billionaires and bad optics, and guests stars a LEGENDARY underground comix heroine! NEW ARTIST Gisele Lagace puts her sexy spin on the book!

Rural crime noir meets superhero action in Local Man

Tony Fleecs and Tim Seeley team up for the upcoming Local Man. This new ongoing series will combine rural crime noir with superhero action and hit shelves in February 2023 from Image Comics.

Each issue of the series will be a classic Image Comics “flip book” format with a lead story drawn by Fleecs and a superhero flashback—into the depths of the Image Universe—drawn by Seeley. The premier issue will contain 30 pages of story content for only $3.99.

Once the star recruit of the media sensation super-team Third Gen, Jack “Crossjack” Xaver had it all. But when controversy sends him crawling back to his mom and dad’s basement in the Midwest, Jack struggles to fit into a world he left far behind. And then the bodies start piling up.

Local Man #1 will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, February 22:

  • Local Man #1 Cover A by Seeley & Fleecs – Diamond Code DEC220084
  • Local Man #1 Cover B by Seeley & Brian Reber – Diamond Code DEC220085
Local Man #1

Early Preview: Bob Phantom

Bob Phantom

Script: James III
Art: Richard Ortiz, Juan Bobillo
Colors: Matt Herms
Letters: Jack Morelli
Cover: Tim Seeley, Matt Herms
Variant Cover: Jamal Igle
On Final Order Cutoff: 11/7
On Sale Date: 11/30
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

By day, he’s Walter Whitney, a fledgling theater columnist with a wild imagination, but by night he’s Bob Phantom, the “Scourge of the Underworld” — or is he? Using his power to become immaterial, Walt beats up criminals and then breaks the news of his exploits in his newspaper column . . . but New York City is not as it once was, and with less crime that means less news. So, if there’s no crime left to fight, there’s only one thing to do: create enemies. Is Bob Phantom really the Scourge of the Underworld, or its leader? 

Bob Phantom

Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ Criminal comes to Image! #9

Image Comics’ 12-issue, 30th anniversary anthology will drop another highly collectible installment this December in the upcoming Image! #9. Just in time to curl up and read by light of yule log, Image! #9 will feature a brand new Criminal story from crime noir masterminds Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips titled “Teeg’s Christmas Carol,” the highly anticipated return of Gerry Duggan and John McCrea’s beloved Dead Eyes, as well as many more exciting tales.

Cover art for this issue is by Phillips and will display a cigarette puffing, Santa-hat wearing Teeg.

Image! #9 also includes an all-new short by Bitter Root co-creator Chuck Brown and artist Steven Statz, “Familiar Fears,” as well as the latest chapters of “The Blizzard” by Geoff Johns and Andrea Mutti, “Closer” by Kieron Gillen and Steve Lieber, “Red Stitches” by Brenden Fletcher and Erica Henderson, “Gehenna” by Patrick Kindlon and Maurizio Rosenzweig, “Hack/Slash vs. Image” by Tim Seeley and Stefano Caselli, “Billy Dogma” by Dean Haspiel, and “Stupid Fresh Mess” by Skottie Young.

The Image! anthology is a 12-issue series celebrating the 30th anniversary of Image Comics. It treats readers to all-new stories from some of the biggest and best names in comics and is curated by Image Comics’ Publisher Eric Stephenson. The series features a combination of ongoing serials, standalone short stories, and first looks at exciting upcoming projects at Image.

Image! #9 (Diamond Code OCT220159) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, December 28.

Image! #9

Vault’s West of Sundown becomes an ongoing series

Vault has announce that West of Sundown has been expanded into an ongoing series after readership for the series has grown significantly. To celebrate, the epic second arc will launch with a gorgeous and terrifying variant cover from the mighty Jenny Frison

West of Sundown is co-written by Tim Seeley and Aaron Campbell, drawn by Jim Terry, colored by Triona Farrell and lettered by Crank!. West of Sundown is a western tale of survival starring a cast of literary horrors that center around a beautiful vampire must flee monster slayers in New York City and reclaim the ancestral soil that restores her undead flesh. But the world has changed since she was reborn in the New Mexico desert, and now Constance der Abend and her loyal assistant Dooley must adapt to life in the rough frontier town of Sangre de Moro, where all sorts of monsters have settled.

The second arc of West of Sundown kicks off with issue #6, on sale November 16th, 2022. West of Sundown #6 will feature two second arc kick-off variants by smash-hit artist, Jenny Frison, along with three open order covers by Aaron CampbellJim Terry, and Tim Seeley.

The New Mexico town of Sangre De Moro has accepted its strange new residents: a vampire, her thrall, Frankenstein’s monster, and the would-be mad scientist, Griffin. But a new threat has come for the evil-saturated soil of the mesa: Aristide Moreau and his strange companions.

Cyberpunk and Dark Magic collide in Hexware

Tim Seeley and Zulema Scotto Lavina join forces for the forthcoming Hexware. This futuristic six issue miniseries is set to launch in December from Image Comics, in cooperation with the Italian media company and creative atelier Arancia Studio—house of Mirka Andolfo’s bestselling Image titles, other international books, and IP.

Hexware is a thrilling new story—with an anime flair—where Cyberpunk 2077 gets drenched in the supernatural and goes full-throttle Devil May Cry.

In a corporate-ruled world where class inequality is greater than ever, a desperate, lonely populace is drawn to neo-spiritualism and hedge magic. When her teenage daughter is murdered, the Marks family is left asking the gods what they did to deserve this. But their android maid, Which-Where, has a different approach. Perhaps if she asked the Devil…

Hexware #1 will be available on Wednesday, December 7 at comic book shops, with a cover illustrated by Lavina, a variant cover illustrated by Seeley, and a special variant cover from fan-favorite artist Mirka Andolfo.

Hexware #1 will also be available and across many digital platforms, including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, and Google Play:

  • Cover A Lavina – OCT220021
  • Cover B Seeley – OCT220022
  • Cover C Andolfo – OCT220023

In 2023, Vampires Save the Marvel Universe in the Unforgiven Saga!

In 2023, a band of vampires will creep out of the darkest depths of the Marvel Universe to do the unthinkable–save the world! The FORGIVEN, the fan-favorite team of unlikely super heroes that debuted in 2011’s Fear Itself: Hulk vs. Dracula, will star in a series of one-shots next year. Written by Tim Seeley and drawn by Sid Kotian, the three-part story will reintroduce these strange heroes and see them make big waves across the Marvel Universe, interacting with the likes of the X-Men, Spider-Man, and, the team’s inspiration, Captain America.

Who can resist the call of the blood? A group of vigilante vampires have decided to fight crime — while at the same time, wage a desperate war within themselves to reject their own bloodthirsty natures! The Forgiven’s new saga will kick off in Spider-Man: Unforgiven #1 where the team will confront a new foe with a desire to transform vampires into their most powerful and violent selves. The storyline will then continue with more high-stakes vampire drama in X-Men: Unforgiven #1 and Avengers: Unforgiven #1. This epic struggle for the souls of the soulless will make readers rethink the place these creatures of the night have in the Marvel Universe!

Check out the cover of Spider-Man: Unforgiven below and see the FORGIVEN team up with some of Marvel’s greatest heroes next year! Check out the cover by Kyle Hotz.

Spider-Man: Unforgiven #1

Preview: Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #5 (of 5)

Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #5 (of 5)

(W) Tim Seeley (A) Jodi Nishijima (CA) David Nakayama
In Shops: Aug 24, 2022
SRP: $3.99

• Gwen has one last stop and it’s at the end of time to face the one who started it all, Finale!
• But if Gwen defeats Finale will her time be fixed? Perhaps not as she remembers it…
• And what’s to happen to the other Gwens?!
• Don’t miss the epic final issue that will impact Gwen Stacy’s entire timeline!

Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #5 (of 5)

Golden Age hero Bob Phantom returns!

Archie Comics is bringing the classic superhero Bob Phantom out of the Golden Age vault and into the modern era in an all-new one-shot comic book hitting stores in November! Writer James III and artist Richard Ortiz set their mind-bending noir-tinged adventure in the shadowy alleyways of New York City’s theater district, with a hero who may be the story’s villain, as well.

Bob Phantom was one of Archie’s earliest superhero characters, introduced in 1939’s Blue Ribbon Comics #2 in a story drawn by comics legend Irv Novick. Boasting a multitude of superpowers and talents, he fought crime by night and worked as theater critic and gossip columnist Walt Whitney by day, often antagonizing police. In the new version, James III explores the possibility that Walt’s anti-authoritarian streak may run deeper than the surface as he creates news in order to report it.

Bob Phantom’s fanciful powers may also be too fanciful to be true, as the new story takes a surreal turn into Walt’s dreams.

Bob Phantom releases November 16 in comic shops nationwide and is available for pre-order now. It will feature a cover by Tim Seeley and Matt Herms as well as an open-to-order variant cover by Jamal Igle.

DC’s Saved by the Belle Reve arrives this August

School’s back in session with DC’s newest anthology, DC’s Saved by the Belle Reve. It comes to comic shops on August 30th.

DC’s Gotham Academy is Back!

DC’s latest 80-page anthology features eight all-new back-to-school stories from talent across the world of comics, including a brand-new Gotham Academy story from the original creative team of writers Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher and artists Karl Kerschl and Msassyk! With Olive Silverlock M.I.A. and Mia “Maps” Mizoguchi entering her sophomore year, what hijinks can DC’s Jr. Detective Club get into?

Super Sons, Tiny Titans, Teen Angel Azrael, and more!

Packed with eight tales of schooltime fun from around the DC Universe, DC’s Saved by the Belle Reve’s pages are a Who’s Who of creators and characters you’ve been asking to see more of! The Suicide Squad is sent to an international prep school to protect a dignitary’s son! Jean-Paul Valley returns to the school that made him into Azrael! Plus, a return to Tiny Titans by Art Baltazar and Franco, and Jon and Damian head back to school with a story set in their Super-Sons continuity! Grab your pencils and notebooks and get educated!

DC’s Saved by the Belle Reve #1 includes:

  • Gotham Academy in “Sophomore Year” by Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher, and Karl Kerschl
  • The Suicide Squad in “High School Lows” by Tim Seeley and Scott Kolins
  • The Super Sons in “Back to School” by Peter J. Tomasi and Max Raynor
  • Green Arrow & Speedy in “Earn It Back” by Dave Wielgosz and Mike Norton
  • The Tiny Titans in “Piece Making” by Art Baltazar & Franco
  • Black Lighting in “This Is Why” by Brandon Thomas and Craig Cermak
  • Azrael in “How Angels Are Made” by Dan Watters and Juan Ferreyra
  • Nightwing and Batgirl in “A Night Off” by Andrew Aydin and Nelson Daniel

School’s back in session, and we just know you’re waiting for the BELLE to give you some REVElief…all right, you can’t say we didn’t try! DC’s Saved by the Belle Reve #1 hits shelves on August 30 with a main cover by Juni Ba and an open-to-order variant cover by Riley Rossmo & Ivan Plascencia.

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