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Meet the Quills: an average middle-class suburban family who happen to consume human flesh. They're snacking their way across America in what begins as a twisted sitcom and quickly transforms into a darker-than-black comedy of disturbing appetites and terrifying consequences.

The Eaters is a giant-size one-shot published by DC Vertigo in the mid 90's as part of their 'Vertigo Voices' imprint/promotion.

This is a delightfully sick and twisted tale of family values and togetherness where the family in question just so happens to be a family of cannibals.

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What Would Jesus Do? Let you eat him? 0

The Eaters from Peter Milligan is not an easy read.  It will challenge your sanity and belief system if you allow it.  Society tells us that eating human flesh is wrong.  But in movies like Alive (1993), eating human flesh is acceptable to survive.  I don't know if Peter Milligan was inspired by the movie Alive and it is not the idea of eating human flesh to maintain nutrition because of a plane clash that freaks me out, it is the relationship to religion.    What Would Jesus Do? Let you ea...

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