Vault Comics invite you to face the horrors within us all with "Resonant" #1 this July

Vault Comics invite you to face the horrors within us all with "Resonant" #1 this July

There are monsters and bogeymen, unknown wraiths and terrifying creatures that inflict untold horrors. But scary as they are, those horrors are make believe. As much as it may be a cliche at this point, real, true terror lies in what the common man is capable of, deep down in his soul. The evil that we inflict on others is more terrifying than the most grisly of phantoms and ghouls.

Vault Comics’ upcoming series Resonant will explore just that, as it transports us to a world where an affliction has caused humanity to lose all control of their impulses and base urges. That is something that is truly scary to think about, especially when told against a story of a family just trying to survive.

Check out the details below.

Per Vault:

What would you do when the Waves came?

Decades have passed since the first waves hit—waves that stripped away humanity’s impulse control. People have reverted to smaller townships, many built on intense fear and oppressive fanaticism. Paxton, a single father of three and a care-giver to his chronically ill son and mobility impaired daughter, must venture out alone to restock the medicine his boy needs to survive. When a somewhat routine trip goes awry, Paxton and his children—now separated—will battle everything in their path to reunite, worst of all, their own deepest, most painful impulses.

RESONANT, "an Odyssey Even More Terrifying than BIRD BOX", is coming your way this July. Written by unsung comics hero David Andry, RESONANT is instantly compelling. This deeply crafted world is brought to life with inks from Alejandro Aragón, colors from Jason Wordie, and letters by Deron Bennett. Don't miss it!

Resonant #1 will hit comic shops and digital retailers this July.

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