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Review - Fearscape #1 (@thevaultcomics)

"You and I, a team in the telling. Thou art a living reader, and I merely a dead author."

Being an author brings with it an air of hubris; after all, authors are figuratively gods in their ability to create entirely new worlds out of what is seemingly thin air. There's also plenty of abject failure that comes with being an author, as there are many times where readers aren't quite as keen on a story as the author is. In Fearscape #1 from Vault Comics, the concept of author and reader is turned upon its head. The issue is written by Ryan O'Sullivan, illustrated by Andrea Mutti, colored by Vladimir Popov and lettered by Andworld Design.

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