Tag: Vault Comics

Pullbox Reviews: Submerged – A horror story leading to a creeping reveal…

Submerged Vault Comics Written by Vita Ayala Illustrated by Lisa Sterle Colors by Stelladia Letters by Rachel Deering Issue #3 in stores on October 17th, 2018 Collected trade edition on December 05th, 2018 On the night of the biggest storm in New York City history, Elysia Puente gets a call from her estranged little brother […]

Pullbox Reviews: These Savage Shores #1- The Night is Dark & Full of Teeth

These Savage Shores #1 Vault Comics Written by Ram V Illustrated by Sumit Kumar Colored by Vittorio Astone Lettered by Aditya Bidikar In stores October 10th, 2018 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 […]

Pullbox Reviews: Cult Classic – Return to Whisper #2

Cult Classic: Return to Whisper #2 Vault Comics Created & Written by Eliot Rahal Illustrated by Felipe Cunha Colors by Dee Cunniffe Letters by Taylor Esposito Murder. Mourning. Mayhem. The Cult Classic series bring to life a dark, chilling, creator-owned shared universe set of stories. Return to Whisper draws you in to a terrifying tale… […]

Pullbox Reviews: Heathen #5- A winged helm, a talking horse, & some creepy friggin mermaids…

Heathen #5 Vault Comics Written & Illustrated by Natasha Alterici Letters by Rachel Deering Available now! Once again Aydis finds herself alone. Now she must journey to the elusive place known as Heimdall, the living gateway to the land of the gods. To get there, she must brave the treacherous waters of the Northern Sea. […]

Pullbox Reviews: Spiritus #1 – Do Androids Dream of Sleeping In on Saturdays…?

Spiritus #1 Vault Comics Written by Tim Daniel Art by Michael Kennedy Lettered by Lauren Norby Available now! A champion fighter convicted of murder, Kinju Dayal faces automated confinement. The transfer of her consciousness into a state programmed labor machine. But a ruthless underworld boss diverts Kinju into a vessel unshackled from its rigid programming. […]

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