September 2, 2020
Last year Vault Comics announced a new young reader imprint Myriad, which would feature science fiction, fantasy, and spooky graphic novels with Managing Editor Rebecca “Tay” Taylor at the helm. The publisher has announced that the line has been rebranded to Wonderbound and the 2021 launch already has four books ready to go for middle-grade readers.
According to Vault, “every Wonderbound book is a ticket to a land of wonder, inviting you to leave behind the ordinary, and explore a world of magic, marvels, and mysteries. Whether you’re learning fantastical wrassling, going on zany quests to deliver packages (and stuff), solving the mysteries of a gothic mansion, or settling into a spooky new apartment, you’re always in for an adventure.”
“The genre books and comics I read when I was ten-years-old shaped my identity in ways that are impossible to quantify,” said Taylor. “They taught me how to dream, how to empathize, how to feel heard, and how to think about the world around me. They connected me to lifelong friends. They inspired me to find adventures and to create my own stories. With Wonderbound, I’m grateful and thrilled to have the opportunity to pay those experiences forward to the next generation. Vault has given me and all our amazing creators a true dreamatorium to build worlds full of magic, mystery, and mayhem. I cannot wait to share these books with young readers everywhere!”