Tag: Vault Comics

The Autumnal #1

Autumn, Fall, Halloween Season, whatever you wanna call it. That time of year when the Summer and its heat starts to go away and cooler temperatures start to roll in. Bringing along with it Pumpkin Spice recipes and Leaves turning different colors as they fall to the ground. Allowing one to rake them up into […]

Finger Guns #1

Finger guns, we’ve all used them through out our lives. Whether for fun and games or otherwise, we’ve used them. Briefly imagining them shooting some kind of ammo from them for said fun and games or to try and be intimidating. The Anime known as ‘Yu Yu Hakusho’ back in the day used the concept […]

Ronadations!

Coronavirus plus Recommendations equals ‘Ronadations’, get it? Yeah? Lame? Okay, never mind. Anyhow! For some time now, we’ve been dealing with the newest version of a Coronus Virus in the form of COVID-19. Some have handled it well, others haven’t and I’d say a lot could argue that America especially hasn’t handled it well. But […]

Finger Guns #1

A new series from Vault Comics, Finger Guns packs a fun yet highly emotional punch like no other. Wes and Sadie are two broken teenagers from two different types of broken homes that are mysteriously given the ability to control other’s emotions for a short time with the use of their fingers. One finger = […]

A Mall Of Heathens!

First, I just wanna say that after finishing my read through of this latest Vault offering, I feel more like I just read something from the Black Mask gang. And I don’t mean that as a bad thing at all. More like a good comparison considering the balls to the wall ideas they have. Whether […]

Test #1

Every now and then you come across a comic that makes you want to scratch your head as you try and understand everything. Which, depending on the comic and how well its being done with that kind of concept, can be a good or a bad thing. Luckily, Christopher Sebela and Vault Comics’ newest offering […]

She Said Destroy #1

She Said Destroy is an ambitious new take on the Celtic Gods of old. Re-introducing the modern world to the likes of The Morrigan, Brigid, and the knowledge of all those of whom they once shared the planet with. When I mention Celtic Gods you may be imagining nomadic tribes clad in medieval armor, with […]