A story of shifting present and overlapping realities. Nameless could be labeled "Lovecraftian" as a matter of simplicity in summarizing it's body horror, alien threat, and embedded psychosis, but perhaps is best considered "Pre-Lovecraft" pulling directly on the Polynesian and Mayan mythos that Lovecraft also borrowed from.
Graphic horror and so told in a way that's well suited to the still frame nature of sequential art rather than a narrative of text. Brutal and multi-layered, without revealing a single truth over another.
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