White Noise Has Fearscape, Friendo and These Savage Shores Join Deep Roots at Vault

Posted by May 15, 2018 Comment

Bleeding Cool has talked a lot about the London comic writer studio, White Noise, the members of whom are responsible for Image titles such as Paradiso and Void Trip, the upcoming Lucifer series, and Arcadia from Boom.

For their next books, they all have one each, all debuting from Vault Comics. The first, Deep Roots, is out, and the following three are out for August, September, and October, announced from Paste Magazine:

Deep Roots #1 Variant Cover Art by Val Rodrigues

Deep Roots
Writer: Dan Watters
Artist: Val Rodrigues
Colorist: Triona Farrell
Letterer: Aditya Bidikar
Designer: Tim Daniel
Release Date: April 25, 2018
Roots, once suffocating under cement, tear through the streets of London to throttle buildings. Vegetable homunculi hold up banks with automatic weapons. There is a green and blooming world beyond our own, fighting back against the human pollutant. We will launch a rescue mission to this Otherworld. But it is cruel and unknowable, and should we become tangled in its vines, more than cities will fall. From Dan Watters (Limbo, The Shadow, Assassin’s Creed) and Val Rodrigues comes a story of two worlds, of myth and man, of science and fiction, and the roots they share.

 


Fearscape #1 Cover Art by Andrea Mutti

Fearscape
Writer: Ryan O’Sullivan
Artist: Andrea Mutti
Colorist: Vladimir Popov
Designer: Tim Daniel
Release Date: August 2018
The Fearscape is a world beyond our own, populated by manifestations of our worst fears. Once per generation, The Muse travels to Earth, discovers our greatest Storyteller, and takes them with her to the Fearscape to battle these fear-creatures on our behalf. All has been well for eons, until The Muse encounters Henry Henry—a plagiarist with delusions of literary grandeur. Mistaking him for our greatest Storyteller, she ushers him into the Fearscape. Doom follows.


Friendo #1 Variant Cover Art by Martin Simmonds

Friendo
Writer: Alex Paknadel
Artist: Martin Simmonds
Colorist: Dee Cunniffe
Letterer: Taylor Esposito
Designer: Tim Daniel.
Release Date: September 2018
Leo wasn’t allowed toys as a kid, but now that he’s all grown up he’s going to take yours. He used to play by the rules, but then governments and corporations set fire to the rules and still expected him to behave. He probably would have if it hadn’t been for his new friend Jerry. See, Jerry isn’t human; he’s a personalised marketing VR…and he’s malfunctioning. Unhinged ultraviolence from Alex Paknadel (Arcadia) and Martin Simmonds (Punks Not Dead).


These Savage Shores #1 Cover Art by Sumit Kumar

These Savage Shores
Writer: Ram V
Artist: Sumit Kumar
Colorist: Triona Farrell
Letterer: Aditya Bidikar
Designer: Tim Daniel
Release Date: October 2018
Two centuries after the first European ship sailed to the Malabar Coast and made landfall at Calicut, The East India Company seeks to secure its future along the lucrative Silk Route, in the year 1766. An old evil now sails aboard a company ship, hoping to make a home in this new found land. But he will soon find that the ground along the Indus is an ancient one with daemons and legends far older than himself.

Along These Savage Shores, where the days are scorched and the nights are full of teeth.

(Last Updated May 15, 2018 12:21 pm )