ZERO Vol. 2: At the Heart of It All comes out this Wednesday. For those of you who don’t know, Zero is a comics series/series of graphic novels I co-create with a whole lot of amazing artists, a rather ideal colorist, a rather ideal designer and a rather ideal letterer. The basic premise is "What would happen if James Bond existed?" and then it gets rather dark and complex.
In advance of the second collection dropping in two days, we decided to share what we do for free, and therefore we present chapter nine.
Chapter nine is, as all other chapters so far, self-contained and simultaneously an important part of the larger whole. It’s set in 1993 Bosnia. It is, at least to me, the saddest issue of them all, and there’s a rather haunted quality to it.
You can get it via:
And that’s it, I believe. The release is limited — you can only download it for a few days and then the links go dead or revert to pay-to-play.
If you don’t have Zero vol. 1 and want to get it, there’s a multitude of options, including your local comic book store, bookstores (such as the tremendous McNally-Jackson bookstore in Soho, NY), Amazon, Comixology, iTunes, the Image Comics website and (probably) more.
Welcome to Zero.