In Conclusion

Posted: 1st March 2013 by Anthony van Winkle
Categories: Uncategorized

On the end of Night Zero.

And thus, we are concluded. It is with great pride and satisfaction that I see the end of the Night Zero saga, the last page on our website and the conclusion of this five-year adventure in photographic storytelling. Thank you all for joining us on this journey, one day at a time, and a most heartfelt thanks to everyone who was a part of this great chapter of my life. I wouldn’t trade it for the world.

With no more pages to present, the current website layout no longer serves any purpose, and will soon be replaced by a new design centered around the complete Night Zero graphic novel collection. More photos, more worldbuilding, more ways to experience the story of our post-apocalypse—all with a beautiful new interface built on the gorgeous photography we’ve shot over the years. This blog will cease to be updated as well, but will remain in archive complete with all the developments, anecdotes, and behind-the-scenes photos we’ve shared.

People often ask what is next, and while everyone in Night Zero has other projects to work on, it’s likely that we’ll all come back together to continue the story in the coming years. To stay apprised, friend us on Facebook.

It’s been a heck of a ride. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading Night Zero even a fraction as much as I’ve enjoyed creating it. Thank you.

-Anthony van Winkle

  1. Gareth says:

    Thank you. I have followed Night Zero from Day One, and it has been awesome.

    Best of luck with your future projects, and please know you have inspired a role-playing campaign and several amazing evenings discussing the nature of the Zombiepocalypse :)


  2. Tricia says:

    Going to miss following this whole series. Loved reading and learning about it. Looking forward to what you all have next!

  3. Travis says:


    It was great to work with you and the crew of NZ! You have one of the best! Good Luck with your next projects. It was very fun. I would work with you and any NZ crew again. Again good luck on your next projects.