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'Feels like a battle cry.' -Vox.com'In the center of this world is Maika, a girl who lost her mother and most of

her left arm and is on a quest for answers or vengeance, whichever comes first. She's defensive, quick to

anger, and not entirely convinced of her own sanity. In other words, she's a fictional woman imbued with all

the faults and flaws of a real one.' -New York magazine/Vulture'Monstress mixes steampunk and fantasy in

the best way.' -Complex'Liu's accomplishment is impressive. She's created characters who feel larger than

life, but whose motivations and values are almost always obscure.― -NPR'Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda

take eastern and western comics storytelling traditions and styles, and create something wholly their own

and remarkable: a beautifully told story of magic and fear, inhumanity and exploitation, of what it means to

be human and the monsters we all carry inside us. Also, some of the best cats in comics. A delight.' -Neil

Gaiman'Liu and Takeda have created a vivid, dynamic world, sort of a steampunk Asia of a century ago, and

populated it with sharp characters and an intricate mythology that incorporates gods, monsters and

everything in between. Female characters dominate Liu's story line - which unfolds bit by bit like a novel

through Takeda's gorgeous sequential panels-and touches on themes of race, war, duality, friendships and

the meaning of family. In all my decades of reading comics, I've never seen anything quite like Monstress,

and even though it falls in the category of epic fantasy, it also confirms my suspicion that sarcastic cats are

secretly in charge of everything.' -The New York Times Read more

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