The Vault

The Vault A Small Team Of Treasure Hunters Struggles 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 From The Vault

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • The Vault
  • Sam Sarkar
  • English
  • 27 July 2017
  • 9781607064855

10 thoughts on “The Vault

  1. says:

    Time for fast action comic book Is rather okish, common story but good graphics A good art.

  2. says:

    THE VAULT collects a good old fashioned horror comic in its 100 pages Using the mysterious Oak Island money pit as a jumping off point, the book follows a crew of treasure hunters and scientists as they plumb the depths of another pit in the same area They discover than treasure, however, and end up running for their lives from an unspeakable horror they unwittingly unleash.Despite a few plot holes and weak spots, THE VAULT is a fantastic self contained horror tale, and in the tradition of the supernatural horror films that it so clearly is modeled after, leaves the ending open for .In some ways I wish the authors had been given a few issues to spread the story out a bit and fill out some characters and plot points On the other hand, they have clearly packed in as much story as possible in this slim volume If only comics were made available in director s cut editions.Garrie Gastonny s masterful line work is colored quite adeptly by Sakti Yuwono, but I found the lettering to be misguiding at times, forcing me to go back and start a sequence over again to figure out in which order to read the speech balloons In addition, huge plot jumps were made between panels at times, causing me on than one occasion to look back and make sure I hadn t missed a page.I wish we d been able to learn a little about the horror that the crew uncovers, and therefore been able to judge its behavior a bit better There was also huge potential for Lovecraftian cosmic horror here that was not explored That being said, I enjoyed every page And the finale was big and satisfying, if a little rushed.

  3. says:

    All our stories and legends and religions have roots in some form of reality As scientists, we are trained to believe that it was man s primitive way of explaining nature We have seen something that is behind all stories We may argue over whose god is the real God but no one will argue when they meet an This graphic novel story written by Sam Sarkar and illustrated by Garrie Gastonny, had so much potential to be something extraordinary in the genres of adventure horror Yet it fell so painfully short that I could feel myself cringing at its finale The Vault takes us to Sable Island, which is known as the Graveyard of the North Atlantic We have a motley crew of five to six people who have gathered to dive into the darkest depths of the ocean on a hunt to discover treasure that s seemingly undiscoverable due to its dangerous location They end up discovering something that isn t treasure, but something that will change the face of history as the world knows it.That premise right there, sounds damn appealing to me I m a sucker for adventure stories Toss in some supernatural or horror type of monsters and I m practically drooling on the floor However, instead of taking the reader on a journey that properly flushes out the meat of this barebones outline, we are essentially jammed onto a fast track shuttle that races through all the major plot points in a glimpsing manner until we arrive at destination The End The Vault is extremely rushed After the cast is introduced to us, we are flung into the ocean to get the treasure hunt on the road As I settled in for a grand old ride, all the panels just began to unfold so brashly that I didn t even get a chance to absorb or process what the hell was going on While there is a bit of an eerie atmosphere that can make you uncomfortable with anticipation, these elements never had a chance to properly build up with any sort of suspense The tension was teased and immediately yanked aside.I had never felt so deprived with a graphic novel before One of its redeeming qualities is the art I will flat out state that the artwork is gorgeous The drawings and colours of the ocean and the ship did a phenomenal job at conscripting the feelings of unease that come with claustrophobia You re out in the sea all alone, so you can feel the strange openness that comes with the environment, yet you are this tiny person in a giant mass, swimming into a tunnel of rocks that gets tinier and tinier That small, tingly sensation of fear and distress was exceptionally compelling The design of the monster was something that basically fell out of classic horror mediums Avoiding spoilers, I will say that the creepy mummy like fossil found took on the appeal that s found in your classic Creature Feature type of setting If the art style was coupled with a far flushed out and better paced narrative, the comic would have a killer read with a high recommendation As it stands now, it s a leave it type of book.2 1 2 golden coins out of 5.

  4. says:

    An ok horror story with a great concept and good art, but lacking some meat from its bones unintentional punny metaphor They dive down, find treasure, find a box with something spooky in it Let s open it Good idea I m totally shocked at what happens next Not bad, but not worth seeking out either.Rating PG 13 for violence, gore, and some language.

  5. says:

    A competent if a bit too predictable sci fi tale about the discovery of alien life on the bottom of the sea, Vault succeeds in creating an intense atmosphere There isn t a lot of anything else to take away from this, but as a reading experience it s decent, if somewhat unremarkable.

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