Nil: A Land Beyond Belief
SLG Pub., 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 232 pages
Join fellow sufferer Proun Nul on his quest to find meaning in a desolate world saturated with angst and ennui. Foreman on a deconstruction ship that specializes in demolishing belief outbreaks, Nul is prodded out of his complacency by a false murder charge, and sets off on a journey that takes him to the very brink of hope. A 232-page concoction of fiction and intrigue that delves into the bleak and bitter philosophical brew of Nihilist chic.
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Review: Nil: A Land Beyond BeliefUser Review - Kit - Goodreads
Dear lord this book though. Beautiful illustrations, brilliant writing. Kinda like 1984 in comic form. Read full review
Review: Nil: A Land Beyond BeliefUser Review - Trevor - Goodreads
Such detailed illustrations and such a broadly bleak world. . . great dark humor. If you like nihilism humor, you'll love this book! Read full review