The first volume in a new graphic novel horror trilogy from Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda - the creative team behind the New York Times bestselling series Monstress.
Chinese American twins, Milly and Billy, are having a tough time. On top of the multiple failures in their personal and professional lives, they're struggling to keep their restaurant afloat. Luckily their parents, Ipo and Keon, are in town for their annual visit. Having immigrated from Hong Kong before the twins were born, Ipo and Keon have supported their children through thick and thin and are ready to lend a hand--but they're starting to wonder, has their support made Milly and Billy incapable of standing on their own?
When Ipo forces them to help her clean up the house next door--a hellish and run-down ruin that was the scene of a grisly murder--the twins are in for a nasty surprise. A night of terror, gore, and supernatural mayhem reveals that there is much more to Ipo and her children than meets the eye.
Eisner Award-winning and bestselling author Marjorie Liu and illustrator Sana Takeda have crafted a wild and wicked tale that will leave readers hungry for more. She Eats the Night is the perfect start to The Night Eaters trilogy, which is a combination of Monsters by Barry Windsor-Smith and Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan.
The Night Eaters: She Eats the Night (Book 1) by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda
Format: Paperback (Graphic Novel)
Imprint: Titan Comics
“She Eats the Night lights everything on fire in the best possible way. This story, this art, the chilling and delicious music they make in harmony with each other—it does not hold back, does not miss." – Daniel José Older, the New York Times bestselling author of Star Wars: The High Republic.
“Bold and atmospheric, grotesque and hilarious, this original graphic novel showcases two storytelling masters at the height of their powers.” – John Jennings, Hugo and Eisner Award–winning author and illustrator
“Creepy, laugh-out-loud funny, and visually stunning, She Eats the Night is a story with depth you can’t put down. [...] The characters make this story leap from the pages. Horror fans won’t be disappointed.” –
Tananarive Due, author of The Keeper and producer of Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror