Storm King Comics Announce New John Carpenter Series (Plus Preview)

If you are a regular here you know I am a big horror fan, comics, movies, what ever. One name that has stuck out for a long time is John Carpenter. He and his wife Sandy King started Storm King comics a few years ago with the launch of the book Asylum. Storm King announced a new series of books from John Carpenter called Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction

On International Women’s Day, we thought it appropriate to give you a peek at the new title John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction coming out from Storm King Comics. Storm King is run by John’s wife Sandy King Carpenter! Details on the new book are below:

Product Title: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: Vault #1 of 3
Issue/Volume Number: #1 of 3
Intended Audience: Mature
Format: Color interiors, comic book sized; 32 pages
Retail Price: $3.99
Diamond Discount: 60%
On Sale Month/Date: July 2017

Created by John Carpenter and Sandy King
Written by James Ninness
Pencils and Inks by Andres Esparza
Colors by Sergio Mendez
Lettering by Janice Chiang
Edited by Sandy King
Cover art by Nick Percival

When the moon-bound crew of Gaia stumbles across an enormous alien vessel, more technologically advanced than their own, priorities change. The mystery deepens when the crew discovers the name of the vessel along the hull… written in English: VAULT. VAULT (#1 of 3) is the first story of John Carpenter’s monthly anthology series Tales of Science Fiction.

You can check out the preview for “Vault” as well as some of the other mini series in the line here.


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6 Responses to Storm King Comics Announce New John Carpenter Series (Plus Preview)

  1. John F. says:

    I am lookin’ forward to this! Thanks for the head’s up!

  2. J. Coleman says:

    Sign me up!

  3. David Bitterbaum says:

    I’ve loved many of Carpetner’s movies, from the amazing stuff to the more divisive projects made later-on. I found Asylum to be a decent-if-not-amazing read and this sounds quite fascinating.

    • Anthony says:

      He also does a Halloween graphic novel every year that has been good. I met Sandy King at NYCC last year and she is very cool.

  4. Zeus says:

    Nice, big horror fan too

  5. A. King says:

    Sounds good.

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