Vagrant Queen

They took her throne. She told them to keep it.

Former child queen Elida was driven from her throne at age ten and forced to wander the galaxy, evading the revolutionary forces that wanted her dead. When an old frenemy claims to know the whereabouts of Elida’s long-lost mother, she is forced to return to her former kingdom and stage a rescue.

If Star Wars was directed by the Coen brothers, you’d have Vagrant Queen. Brought to you by Eisner-nominated and GLAAD Media Award-nominated author Magdelene Visaggio, illustrator Jason Smith, colorist Harry Saxon, and letterer Zakk Saam, this is one wild ride.

Reviews

“VAGRANT QUEEN is pure sci-fi adventure to the core that is without a doubt going to become a classic. It immediately drops the reader into an exciting world that begs to be explored and runs them through it at a fun pace. Visaggio and her creative team are producing comic book gold that is easy to fall in love with.”

Comicosity

“At its core, VAGRANT QUEEN is a traditional space scoundrel tale akin to the likes of Firefly, Solo, and the like […] a damn solid book.”

Bleeding Cool

“[VAGRANT QUEEN IS] a good, well-paced story with great art and enough to make you want to come back for another installment.”

Major Spoilers

“VAGRANT QUEEN puts good ol’ fashioned quips and space opera in front of the capital B Big ideas.”

Batman’s Bookcase

“…full of fist fights, gun fights, and word fights, all centered around the main character, a deposed young brown-skinned queen, Elida.”

Black Nerd Problems

“[VAGRANT QUEEN] is another solid entry in Vault’s lineup of sci-fi books.”

All-Comic

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