A blistering look at a repressive future America that hits on themes of freedom of expression, hacking, cutting-edge media manipulation, and police surveillance. Channel Zero remains an influential, forward-thinking work that combines art, politics, activism, and graphic design in a unique way.

First published in 1997, Channel Zero has enjoyed an epic twenty years in print.

Published by Dark Horse Comics.  Channel Zero: Jennie One is illustrated by Becky Cloonan

Channel Zero #1-6 (1997)
Channel Zero: Public Domain (2001)
Channel Zero: Jennie One
Channel Zero: Public Domain 2 (2009)
Channel Zero: Complete Collection (2012, ISBN: 1595829369)

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What makes Channel Zero so significant is that it is unapologetically experimental; The result is a graphic novel whose form and content could not be more perfectly matched.
— Publishers Weekly
It’s about anger as a positive force of creation . . . Someone’s remembered what comics are for.
Meet Brian Wood.
— Warren Ellis
[Channel Zero] quickly came to occupy the same space that books like The Sandman had done for years — highly cherished, heavily defended, and if you hadn’t read it, you just weren’t that cool. It was original, blatantly prescient, and ahead of its time.

it met several very important criteria for comics activists: self-contained and intelligent, with a female protagonist who absolutely destroyed comics stereotypes.

It was unsurprising, then, that Wood went on to help define the aesthetic of comics activism. If it can be said to be an actual movement, then Wood is without a doubt its official propagandist.
— Comics Alliance