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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In this allegorical farce, the inhabitants of Nil have rejected love, altruism, and all philosophies and belief systems and declare that the only truth is selfishness. They greet each other as "fellow ... Read full review