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Vault Comics reveals stunning 2024 creator line-up including John Jennings and Slash from Guns N' Roses

The indie publisher is ready to tell you what to expect next year, and it's quite a line-up

Vault Comics 2024
Image credit: Vault Comics

We’re just days away from New York Comic Con 2023, but Vault Comics is already looking further into the future — to 2024, in fact, and the many talented people it’ll be working with during the next year. Popverse has an exclusive peek at some of the big names (some of them very unexpected) that Vault will be publishing in 2024.

Vault has offered the following graphic featuring its creator base for next year, and it’s… pretty damn impressive, let’s be honest.

Vault Comics 2024
Image credit: Vault Comics

The graphic was accompanied by this statement from Vault editor-on-chief Adrian Wassel, which is at once restrained and suitably bold: "Years of hard work and quiet innovation are about to launch Vault to the top. It’s all built around — and in support of — our creators. The list of Vault’s next wave of talent speaks for itself, so there’s not much for me to say except, keep up.”

For those who want to see the full list in a more traditional list form — I’m not judging — here it is:

  • Alex Schlitz
  • Amalas Rosa
  • Ben McCool
  • Brenden Fletcher
  • Cavan Scott
  • Cassio Ribeiro
  • Christopher Cantwell
  • Cody Ziglar
  • Collin Kelly
  • Corin Howell
  • Dailen Ogden
  • Dani
  • Daniel Kraus
  • David DB Andry
  • Eliot Rahal
  • Gio Sposito
  • Greg Pak
  • Hannah Klein
  • Jackson Lanzing
  • Jim Terry
  • John Bivens
  • John Jennings
  • Lisa Sterle
  • Michael Moreci
  • Nathan Gooden
  • Nicholas Eames
  • Paul Cornell
  • Pete Wentz
  • Peter Milligan
  • Peter Wartman
  • Phil Collen
  • Pius Bak
  • Rich Douek
  • Slash
  • Steven Kostanski
  • Tim Daniel
  • Tim Seeley
  • Zander Cannon

I’ll be honest: I saw Pete Wentz and Slash, I did a double take. But also, there are some fascinating names in that list that I’m very, very excited to see what they’re up to: Christopher Cantwell? Zander Cannon? Dani?

Details on individual projects are remaining under wraps for now, but for those attending NYCC 2023, you should go check out Vault Comics on the show floor; they’re at booth #3301 and see what you can find out in advance. For everyone else, keep your eyes on Popverse for the latest news as it happens… and look forward to what looks like a very exciting 2024.

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