The Nikopol Trilogy by Enki Bilal

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The incredible journey of Alcide Nikopol in the company of Horus of Hierakonopolis, the vengeful god and Jill Bioskop, the mysterious women with blue hair, from Paris to Berlin, Cairo to equator City. A unique mix of science fiction, anxiety, humor and strangeness.

About Enki Bilal

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Enki Bilal is a living legend, and a true master of the graphic novel form.
Published March 15, 2002 by Humanoids Publishing. 176 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The Nikopol Trilogy brings together three previously published volumes—Carnival of Mortals, Woman Trap and Cold Equator—all impressive works of imagination meticulously written, drawn and colored by European comics artist Bilal.

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Strange Horizons

What begins as a futuristic fish-out-of-water story metamorphoses—through Enki Bilal's gritty illustrations and masterful use of the cinematic and textual possibilities of the graphic novel—into a resonant and symbolic rumination on the nature of family, humanity, and memory.

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