I may be alone in this, but this just isn’t the kind of comic I enjoy. I think drawing every tiny detail on a character to make them realistic looking just turns them grotesque somehow, and I don’t like injecting strong language into a story to sound dark or edgy at all. It comes across fake, like you have a cool-quota to meet, but one too many f-bombs and you’ll get in trouble. Nameless is doubly damned by it’s beginning, too. Like it or not, now almost any “is this the real world or am I still dreaming” plot just feels like an Inception reference, so not only is the first half of the book confusing, it also feels derivative.
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