A supernatural horror thriller splattered with dark humor in the vein of Grady Hendrix (My Best Friend’s Exorcism), Stranger Things, Welcome to Night Vale, Supernatural, and the Midnight, Texas series (Charlaine Harris), DOOR TO DOOR, NIGHT BY NIGHT Vol. 1: A World Full of Monsters tells the tale of a traveling sales team who find that once certain doors open, they are impossible to close.
SALES PEOPLE BY DAY. MONSTER HUNTERS BY NIGHT.
It’s 1987, and the Heritage Mills sales team travels from town to town, knocking on doors. They're the best at what they do... which also means they're the worst. They're broken, each and every one of them, haunted by closets so full of skeletons, they’re bursting. When they discover a terrible secret behind one fateful door, it opens their eyes to a world full of real monsters hidden in every small town.
Knock, knock. What’s there? Open the door if you dare…
From all-star creators, writer Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, The Last Book You’ll Ever Read) and artist Sally Cantirino (I Walk With Monsters, Human Remains) comes the story of a motley crew going to battle against supernatural evil throughout the American South.
For fans of the devilishly delicious blend of nostalgic horror and dark humor, small town secrets, moonlight fright, Stranger Things, Welcome to Night Vale, My Best Friend’s Exorcism, IT, Summer of Night, The Pallbearer’s Club, The Autumnal, Proctor Valley Road, Gideon Falls, The Boys, B.P.R.D., and Something Is Killing the Children.
Volume 1 collects issues #1-4 of the smash 12-issue series!
"It's all kinds of demon-hunting, low-life fun!" -- Cavan Scott (Comic writer, screenwriter & New York Times bestselling author. STAR WARS: THE HIGH REPUBLIC; TITANS UNITED; SHADOW SERVICE; THE WARD; DEAD SEAS).
“Bunn and Cantirino, as a collaborative team, create a unique, beautiful, and terrifying world filled with monsters we could not imagine.” – Gatecrashers
“…this kind of horror storytelling … delivers across the board.” – The Fandom Post
“A beautiful example of the merging of humor and horror.” – Gatecrashers
“…delivers on its promise …This is absolutely worth picking up.” – Comicon.com
“…supernatural horror at its best.” – Capes and Tights