The post-apocalypse reaches new heights with the release of Volume Three, a brand-new collection of tales from the
Night Zero universe. Containing five different stories from Seattle's zombie world, with some of the biggest and most
dramatic set pieces in photographic novel history,
this beautiful bound book is now for pre-order.
Printed in full color on heavy-stock coated paper, these published volumes bring a new level of detail, color, and quality
to the Night Zero graphic novels, along with director's notes and other bonus content.
Independently produced, self published, printed in the United States, and still competitively priced at just $24.00.
Support Night Zero and grab your copy today!
Two lives cross on the night of the zombie apocalypse, forever changing the destiny of a soldier and a young girl.
A messenger's greastest strength is her speed, but when she's unable to flee she must face a deadly scratcher head-on in this action-packed vignette.
The citizens of the New City gather to protest the Nazarov government, but the situation turns deadly when the infectied arrive. On the other side of town, Claire and Edge are chased by the nefarious Blaze and have to face the fire.
The Nazarov government is in peril as its rulers turn on each other, while the New City begins to collapse in the wake of the protest. Claire faces capture by the Trio, while Edge must convince her to trust him.
Before he became Yevgeniy and Captain of Supplies for the New City, Devon was a soldier with a past. In this comic vignette, that past catches up to him just as he begins to secure his power in the Nazarov government, and tough decisions must be made.
Night Zero creator and director Anthony van Winkle reflects on the evolution of the photographic novel, its strengths and weaknesses, and where it's headed next.
An in-depth look behind the scenes of Episode Four's central "protest shoot", including the history of the scene and dozens of photos from the set.
Glimpse behind-the-scenes of each of Volume Three's graphic novels, with insights on each piece's creation and photos from the shoots.
See Night Zero as it was meant to be seen, while supporting independent art at the same time!
Night Zero: Volume Three chronicles the third year of our production, and includes
nearly two hundred pages of the groundbreaking photocomic shot on-location in Seattle.Proudly printed in the United States of America.