Pastrami Nation Issues #1- Mall #1 Review

By Nolan P. Smith Welcome to the first installment of Pastrami Nation Issues! Our audio only podcast dedicated to the review of single issue comic books! For the very first installment, Pastrami Nation Editor and Co-Founder Nolan P. Smith reviews Vault Comics Mall #1! Check it out on Anchor, and Soundcloud, hitting iTunes and Spotify…Read moreRead more

Resonant #1 Review: A New End of the World

By Nolan P. Smith If you are not checking out the fantastic titles from Vault Comics, you are missing out. Take Resonant #1, for example, the gloom, the eerie book has a vibe like when The Walking Dead kicked off, and that is quite the compliment. From David Andry, Alejandro Aragon, Jason Wordie and Deron…Read moreRead more

Vault Comics Announces Money Shot, a Sexy Sci-fi by Tim Seeley, Sarah Beattie, Rebekah Isaacs, Kurt Michael Russell, and Crank

By Staff Reports Vault is very excited to announce the new series MONEY SHOT, a story about scientists having sex with aliens for money. MONEY SHOT’s creative five-some includes writer Tim Seeley (Grayson, Revival, and Hack/Slash), co-scripter & comedian Sarah Beattie, artist Rebekah Isaacs (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel & Faith), colorist Kurt Michael Russell…Read moreRead more

Vault Comics Announce Surprise Sera and the Royal Stars #1 Vault Vintage Variant

By Staff Reports Vault Comics is thrilled to announce 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 & Neal Adams’ 1969 cover to Adventure Comics #381 from DC Comics.. Begun in 2018,…Read moreRead more

Friendo Volume 1 Review: You Got a Friend In Me

By Nolan P. Smith Imagine growing up with technology out of your reach, thanks to a strict parent. No technology, no toys, no friends. So as an adult, when you meet someone who is there for you, talks to you, laughs at your jokes- naturally, you make a connection. But what if that person was…Read moreRead more

Vault Comics Rebuilds the Night Sky with SERA AND THE ROYAL STARS

By Staff Reports Vault Comics is thrilled to announce SERA AND THE ROYAL STARS, a stunning new fantasy epic comic book series written by Jon Tsuei (Run Love Kill), drawn by Audrey Mok (Archie, Josie & The Pussycats), colored by Raúl Angulo (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), lettered by Jim Campbell (Wasted Space), and designed by Tim Daniel.   Civil war…Read moreRead more

Vault Comics Announce Line of Vault Vintage Covers for Every New #1 in 2019

By Staff Reports Vault Comics announced the first issue for each new series will feature a unique Vault Vintage homage variant cover. Each Vault Vintage cover will be drawn and designed by Nathan Gooden and Tim Daniel. Vault Vintage variants will be open order variants. Begun in 2018, the Vault Vintage cover line celebrates the…Read moreRead more

Vault Comics Announce TEST, A New Series from Chris Sebela and Jen Hickman

By Staff Reports Vault Comics is thrilled to announce TEST, a brand new sci-fi series by Eisner Award nominated writer Chris Sebela (Crowded, Shanghai-Red), artist Jen Hickman (Moth & Whisper, Jem and the Holograms), colorist Harry Saxon (Vagrant Queen), and letterer Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou. TEST follows Aleph Null, An orphan, a human guinea pig undergoing medical tests…Read moreRead more

Vault Lines Debuts Deluxe Black & White Editions with These Savage Shores #1

By Staff Reports Vault Comics is thrilled to announce that, after extremely high demand, These Savage Shores #1 will receive a very special printing as part of the new VAULT LINES series of deluxe black-and-white special edition issues highlighting the astonishing original inks from Vault artists. Printed on deluxe heavyweight paper, Vault Lines introduces a…Read moreRead more

Friendo #2 Review- Tech-Tragedy

By Nolan P. Smith In the debut issue of Vault Comics’ Friendo, we met Leopold, a down on his luck actor with a not so down on her luck girlfriend who buys Leo an expensive pair of smart glasses, Friendo. But the glasses are a little too intuitive as the artificial intelligence, named Jerry, begins…Read moreRead more

Friendo #1 Review: Call It, Friendo

By Nolan P. Smith With Vault Comics’ Friendo, we see what happens if Google Glass was more than meets the eye. Written by Alex Paknadel with art by Martin Simmonds, colors by Dee Cunniffe and lettering by Taylor Esposito, this is a solid start into something that could go from science fiction to science fact…Read moreRead more

Vault Comics’ Fearscape #1 Sold Out, Gets Sandman #1 Vault Vintage Cover for 2nd Print

By Staff Reports Vault Comics announced that FEARSCAPE #1 has sold out at the distributor. It will be rushed to a second printing that will feature a brand new Vault Vintage cover by artist and designer Tim Daniel. VAULT VINTAGE is a line of alternate covers that celebrate the artistic achievements of both modern and legendary professionals of the comic book industry….Read moreRead more

Fearscape #1 Review- Literary Art Attack

I am extremely excited to review Fearscape #1 for two reasons: first, I thought the cover and solicit information was spot on, leading to me placing an order for it. Second, this will be the first single issue I have reviewed for a Vault Comics title, having reviewed a trade paperback in the past (Failsafe)….Read moreRead more

Songs for the Dead Review

Created by Andrea Fort and Michael Christopher Heron with art by Sam Beck, Songs for the Dead is a unique book from Vault Comics. It’s full of action, adventure and some truly funny moments. It’s also full of people rising from the dead, which is bound to happen when the main hero is a necromancer….Read moreRead more

Failsafe Vol. 1 Review- You Want a Revolution?

I have never had an opportunity to dive into a comic book from Vault. Their titles have always looked intriguing, well-executed and with some top-notch creators, but with so many comics published every week, it is hard to keep up with every publisher. With Failsafe, I checked out a whole arc from the publisher, and…Read moreRead more