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Vault Comics teases new creative teams for 2022
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Vault Comics teases new creative teams for 2022

Vault to launch titles with Brian Schirmer, Elena Gogou, Tim Seeley, Aaron Campbell, and Jim Terry.

Similar to last year, Vault Comics has revealed two creative teams set to release new titles in 2022. If you missed it last year, Vault released graphics with creator names for over a week at the end of 2021. Details are scarce at this point, but we’ll likely learn more about each book in the coming weeks.

The graphics also come complete with a new “Five Years” logo treatment which celebrates their being in the industry since 2017.

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Below you’ll find both graphics, one for the creative team that includes Brian Schirmer and Elena Gogou and the other featuring Tim Seeley, Aaron Campbell, and Jim Terry. If I were a betting man I’d say at least one of these titles will be a horror book.

Check out the graphics below.

Vault Comics teases new creative teams for 2022 Vault Comics teases new creative teams for 2022

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