MILWAUKIE, Ore., (December 11, 2017)—Today, Dark Horse Comics is proud to reveal the new edition of the House of Night graphic novel from best-selling mother/daughter duo P.C. and Kristin Cast’s vampyric House of Night prose novel series! The new edition of Legacy: A House of Night Graphic Novel features a gorgeous new cover by Joëlle Jones and a new foreword by Kristin Cast.
Legacy: A House of Night Graphic Novel features an all-star slate of comics creators. Fish in a Barrel writer Kent Dalian teamed up with P.C. and Kristin to compose the House of Night graphic novel series. Lady Killer creator Joëlle Jones lends her breathtaking illustrative skills to the series as the primary artist with an impressive roster of artists teaming up on issues: Karl Kerschl (Adventures of Superman), Joshua Covey (Freelancers), Daniel Krall (Naughty Mabel), Jonathan Case (Green River Killer), and Eric Canete (Runlovekill).
The Legacy: A House of Night Graphic Novel follows the events of the first novel Marked. Zoey Redbird was an average teenager worrying about grades, boys, and breakouts. But priorities change when you’re marked as a vampyre. Zoey leaves her religious family to enroll in the vampyre academy House of Night, which mixes the all-too-familiar high school problems with elemental magic, as well as the physicals changes that accompany a craving for human blood! Zoey and her group of devoted friends turn to The Fledgling Handbook, a historical vampyre tome, to better understand their place this big, new supernatural world.
The Legacy: A House of Night Graphic Novel goes on sale May 30, 2018 and is available for preorder on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and at your local comic shop! The 128-page tome retails for $14.99.
“In summation, this is a fun read. Forget what you know about the typical vampire and ignore all that Twilight crap. Give it a try, it’ll surprise you.”—Geeks of Doom
“House of Night: Legacy is another surprise hit for me. I think it is perfect for anyone who is a fan of all things paranormal and not just for those people who have read the books. The artwork also flows cohesively with the story. With each element, you can see the colors transition to fit the overall tone of that section of narrative. It’s a fun read with a wealth of detail and I highly recommend it!”—MGW
“House of Night continues to surprise me with how enjoyable it is and it leaves me wanting more each time a new issue comes in.”—The Fandom Post