• Vault Comics: April Pubwatch

    Vault Comics: April Pubwatch0

    Welcome to the Vault Pubwatch, where I’ll spend a little time catching up on what Vault Comics has been up to over the past little while.

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  • Long Lost Book 2: Who Needs Answers?

    Long Lost Book 2: Who Needs Answers?0

    Long Lost Book 2 Matthew Erman and Lisa Sterle Scout Comics January 23, 2019 Disclaimer: A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. When I closed Long Lost‘s final issue, there was a moment where I thought, “That’s it?” This sounds like a bad thing, but

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  • Vita Ayala and Lisa Sterle Sink into the Abyss with Submerged Volume 1

    Vita Ayala and Lisa Sterle Sink into the Abyss with Submerged Volume 12

    One might say that writer Vita Ayala and artist Lisa Sterle were drawn together by Fate. The result is a beautiful, poetic, and soulful journey of Submerged, where the main character, Elysia (Ellie) Puente, plunges into the unknown to save her estranged brother following his desperate call for help. Taking shape from the ominous eve

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  • Previously in Comics: An Ever-Expanding Universe

    Previously in Comics: An Ever-Expanding Universe0

    • News
    • October 29, 2018

    Good morning. After a mostly quiet early week, the comics world punched things into overdrive over the weekend.

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  • Submerged #2 Goes Deep

    Submerged #2 Goes Deep0

    Submerged #2 Vita Ayala (writer), Rachel Deering (letterer), Stelladia (colourist), Lisa Sterle (illustrator), Jen Bartell and Lisa Sterle (cover) Vault Comics 29 August 2018 Submerged is one of those comics that makes you feel like you’re discovering what comics can really do, maybe for the first time in your life. Ayala has delivered a fresh,

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  • How To Start An Indie Comics Publisher, with The Wassel Brothers

    How To Start An Indie Comics Publisher, with The Wassel Brothers0

    Running a business and running a comics business are not often themes that go hand in hand. On rare occasions, the two paths meet and a truly interesting discussion can be had that begs the question: how does one run a comics publisher that isn’t one of the Big Two? Is there room in the

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