Myriad Announces Three Original Graphic Novels
Following last month’s launch of Myriad, Vault Comics’ new young readers graphic novel imprint, the publisher announced three new original graphic novels that will be released by the imprint in spring 2019.
The three titles include Unfinished Corner by Dani Colman, the story of Miriam, a 12 year-old at a Jewish prep school in Manhattan and her two best friends, who find themselves traveling with a mysterious rabbi to the unfinished corner, a place full of demons and monsters, in effort to stop these demonic creatures from escaping and wrecking havoc in the world.
Myriad is also publishing Matthew Erman and Emily Pearson’s Bonding, in which two people meet—Marcus, who is alone after the recent death of his wife, and Laura, who drifts in and out of relationships—and form an unlikely relationship based around learning to love each other and dealing with the reality of monstrous parasites and the power they hold over their lives.
And finally the house will publish Wrassle Castle by Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover, a story about professional wrestling, but in this case it's a tale set in an Arthurian fantasy England. In Wrassle Castle a young woman dreams of being a professional wrestler and training to fight matches in the legendary Wrassle Castle, where young pro wrestlers train to become Knights of the Ringtable.
Myriad is the middle grade and young adult graphic novel imprint of Vault Comics, an independent fantasy and science fiction comics publisher founded in 2016.
Myriad is headed by Vault Comics cofounders Adrian Wassel, Vault editor in chief, and Tim Daniel, Vault v-p of branding and design. The new imprint will feature works created by new and established comics writers and artists.