Title: Channel Zero
Created, Written and Illustrated by Brian Wood
Introduction by Warren Ellis
Special interest groups have bullied the government into passing the Clean Act, effectively killing freedom of expression and smothering the country into submission. Television and God become one and the same as America wages a holy war against itself.
Meet Jennie 2.5, self styled media activist and symbol of resistance and change in an imprisoned society. Armed with only a camera and a determination to secure a place for herself in the history books, she takes the battle to the streets, using the tools of the enemy in an all out effort to snap the population out of its apathy and restore free will and self expression.
Hailed internationally as ground breaking work in the field of sequential art, Channel Zero challenges and tests the limits of the medium, combining current events and no - future shock into a dark, paranoid, deep - ambient visual narrative. First appearing in a serial form in 1997, Channel Zero has retained its energy and relevance in the face of rapidly changing times.
The book has a black & white illustrated cover and white, red and grey lettering to the spine.
All four lower and outer corners upper and lower have bumping, wear and tear.
The upper and lower edges of the front cover have wear and tear.
There is some old sticker staining on the front cover in the upper section.
The rear cover has creasing along the upper edge.
The lower edge of the rear cover has wear and tear.
The upper and lower edge of the spine have wear and tear.