The first three issues of the sold out miniseries get collected.
THE VAULT TRADE OPENS IN JANUARY
Collecting the sold out 3-issue miniseries
Debuting in the Summer of 2011, THE VAULT miniseries received critical acclaim and quickly sold out of each issue within days of their release. Fans, looking to catch up on THE VAULT, won't have to wait much longer. Image Comics announces that THE VAULT VOL. 1 TP,written by Sam Sarkar (Caliber: First Canon of Justice), illustrated by Garrie Gastonny (Warren Ellis' Supergod) and edited by Dave Elliott will be on sale January 18th, 2012.
THE VAULT, recently optioned for a feature film adaptation from Johnny Depp's Infinitum Nihil and Graham King's GK Films, is about a small team of treasure hunters, struggling to excavate a dangerous and legendary treasure pit before a massive storm hits Sable Island, the "Graveyard of the North Atlantic." Equipped with all the latest technology, the scientists believe they are prepared against all of nature's fury, but nothing can prepare them for what they are about to unleash.
THE VAULT has garnered rave attention from retailers, reviewers and fans:
"THE VAULT lays the groundwork for an exciting heist gone horribly wrong. You don't want to miss out on this deep-sea adventure!" - Fangoria
"Sam Sarkar and Garrie Gastonny are giving us something very genuine and very scary with this book, and it's an event I personally haven't seen the likes of in a long time." - Comic Attack
"The comic delivers the goods in terms of horror." - Famous Monsters of Filmland
"I enjoyed this enough that I know I am all in for a follow-up series. If you like slasher flicks or science fiction horror then this is the series for you." - Comic List
"The Vault is a must read on my list so make it a part of yours... NOW!" – Decapitated Dan Royer (decapitateddan.com)
"What a gem of a book! I can totally recommend The Vault. Get it now." - Weekly Comic Book Review
"You can judge a book by its cover, because The Vault is a hell of a read, promising even more hell to come." – Comic Book Bin
THE VAULT VOL. 1 TP, a 96-page full-color paperback, will be on sale in stores January 18, 2012 for $9.99 and is available to order in the November 2011 edition of Diamond Previews (NOV110420, ISBN: 978-1-60706-485-5). For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/thevaultcomic or www.twitter.com/thevaultcomic.
ABOUT SAM SARKAR
Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Sam Sarkar is a 23-year veteran of the entertainment industry. He began his career as an actor and was one of the leads on the long-running, syndicated television series Neon Rider. Following the series, Sam decided to pursue writing and worked for the hit television series Beverly Hills 90210. Stemming from his work on the show, he also co-wrote a television pilot for Spelling Entertainment under the direct guidance of TV legend Aaron Spelling. Deciding then to embark on feature films, Sam took some chances, following a varied path of writing screenplays and working as a sound technician. In 2004, after working on several films with actor Johnny Depp, Sam was asked to help run Depp's production company, Infinitum Nihil, headed by Christi Dembrowski. As Senior VP at the company, he continues to serve the varied needs of Hollywood as an executive, producer and writer.
ABOUT GARRIE GASTONNY
Having worked as a comic book artist and illustration lecturer, Garrie Gastonny now mainly focuses on illustration to avoid getting beaten up. Garrie also serves as Senior Artist at Imaginary Friends Studios. His credits include Warren Ellis' Supergod, Caliber: First Canon of Justice and Lady Death. For more information about the artist, please visit http://thegerjoos.deviantart.com/.
Source: Press Release
Written or Contributed by: SuperginraiX
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