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Review: HOLLOW HEART #1 – Sci-Fi & Romance Like No Other

From writer Paul Allor and artist Paul Tucker comes a deeply personal and focused start to a romantic science fiction comic in the form...

Review: THE PICTURE OF EVERYTHING ELSE #2 – How Much Trust Should We Put in Old Friends?

The Picture of Everything Else #2, out today from Vault Comics, pulls the reader in and asks the question: can old friends still be...

FINGER GUNS: Having The Power To Bring Out Emotions

Finger Guns is a mini-series releasing on Octboer 28 from Vault Comics. Writer Justin Richards gives a youth-friendly story about reaching out to others....

Review: THE AUTUMNAL #4 – Hiding The Past In Years Of Terror

Writer Daniel Kraus and artist Chris Shehan, along with colorist Jason Wordie and letterer Jim Campbell, return to the town of Comfort Notch to...

Interview: Jon Tsuei and Audrey Mok Bid Farewell To SERA AND THE ROYAL STARS

Vault Comics' Sera and the Royal Stars came to a close recently, and Monkeys Fighting Robots sat down with creators Jon Tsuei and Audrey...

NO ONE’S ROSE Vol. 1: The Distractions Of Factionalism

No One's Rose Vol. 1 out now from Vault Comics is the perfect reading at an appropriate time. Writers Zac Thompson (Relay) and Emily...

Interview: Dan Watters Talks THE PICTURE OF EVERYTHING ELSE

Monkeys Fighting Robots spoke with writer Dan Watters about THE PICTURE OF EVERYTHING ELSE, his new horror series steeped in the lore of Oscar...

Review: THE AUTUMNAL #3 Brings Hope and Rising Horror

Writer Daniel Kraus and artist Chris Shehan return with another fantastic chapter of their character-centered horror series with "The Autumnal" #3. Along with colorist...

Review: I WALK WITH MONSTERS #1 Is An Irresistible & Bloody Mystery

From writer Paul Cornell, artist Sally Cantirino, colorist Dearbhla Kelly and letterer Andworld Design comes cone of the most promising and intriguing starts to...

Review: ENGINEWARD #5 Confronts Celestial Corruption

ENGINEWARD #5, available from Vault Comics on November 18th, reveals the origins of the Shades and opens Joss' eyes to the real threat to...

Review: THE DEVIL’S RED BRIDE #2 Thirsts For Bloody War

THE DEVIL'S RED BRIDE #2, available from Vault Comics on November 18th, follows Ketsuko and Fubei on their guide mission to avenge the Aragami...

Review: A DARK INTERLUDE #1 — A Semi-Sequel To Fearscape

A Dark Interlude #1, out today from Vault Comics, is the beginning of a new series that takes place after the events of the...

Review: Giant Mechs And Techno-Theocracy In GIGA #1

GIGA #1, available from Vault Comics on October 28th, begins a new tale of a war-ravaged world where dormant mechs have become the new...

Review: THE AUTUMNAL #2 – Horror Via Family Drama

Writer Daniel Kraus and artist Chris Shehan return with the second chapter of their slow-burn horror series in "The Autumnal" #2. This issue solidifies...

Interview: Ryan O’Sullivan Talks A DARK INTERLUDE, Unreliable Narrators, And More

Monkeys Fighting Robots spoke with writer Ryan O'Sullivan about his new series A DARK INTERLUDE, the first issue of which drops November 18th from...

Review: Revenge Flows Like Blood In THE DEVIL’S RED BRIDE #1

THE DEVIL'S RED BRIDE #1, available from Vault Comics on October 14th, begins a new series about an Onna-bugeisha (female samurai) on a quest...

Review: SHADOW SERVICE #2—Supernatural Noir, Anyone?

Available now from Vault Comics, writer Cavan Scott and illustrator Corin Howell continue their genre-hybrid series in Shadow Service #2. Assisting them in their...

Review: THE AUTUMNAL #1 Is A Slow-Burn That Will Send Chills

Just in time for the changing of the seasons and just shy of Halloween, acclaimed novelist Daniel Kraus (The Shape of Water, Trollhunters) and...

Review: The Search For Salvation Begins In ENGINEWARD #3

ENGINEWARD #3, available from Vault Comics on September 23rd, sees Joss and her friends embark on a mission to find the seed that could...

Review: VAMPIRE THE MASQUERADE #2 Brings Out The Family With The Beast

Engaging and entertaining, Vampire The Masquerade is a great way to spend 20 minutes and will leave you thirsty for more.