Magic, Mysteries and Monsters. And we’re the monsters.
“Welcome to the Twilight Detective Agency, where Mr. Riverdale and Mr. Hawkstone will investigate your case for a nominal fee. To preserve their anonymity, all business will be conducted over the phone or via email. In our line of work, keeping our identities a secret helps us do a better job for you.
Please leave a message and a number where you can be reached after the beep.” –Twilight Detective Agency’s answering machine
Of course, there’s a reason that Mssrs. Riverdale and Hawkstone conduct their business anonymously: They aren’t human. They’re Gargoyles, supernatural creatures of the night bent on protecting humanity…for a price.
After all, Gargoyles have to eat– and pay their cell phone bills and shop online– just like everyone else.
In a cynical modern world of the night, our heroes, much to the annoyance of their elders, move through humanity’s doings, their presence felt but not seen, facing the world one case at a time. From the simple to the supernatural, there’s no case too big or too small for the Twilight Detective Agency.
The older brother of the Twilight Detective Agency duo, Riverdale channels his passion to help humanity while wondering all the while what it’s like to BE human.
Riverdale loves sunshine! Riverdale loves pants and music too! Riverdale very sensitive! He speaks right from the heart. Riverdale loves youuuu! (To the tune of “Code Monkey” by Jonathan Coulton)
The younger, more serious and logical brother of the Twilight Detective Agency gargoyles, Hawkstone is a big monster in a small, fragile human world. Deep and witty if not wise, he and his brother Riverdale seek to know the world of humanity better by living in it, though they must do it secretly.