The Night Zero serial comic City Planning is a six-episode series following the New City survivors as they face a world gone to hell. Join veteran messenger Marion Clark and her new partner Claire Reed as they discover a plot to destroy the fragile society they've managed to hold together.
Shot over five years on location in Seattle, City Planning spans the entire production history of Night Zero. With over four hundred contributors and measuring more than three hundred pages, this groundbreaking graphic novel is available online and for purchase in trade paperback.
Claire's first mission as a messenger runs into unexpected trouble when an arsonist's flame turns the New City's food supply to ash. She and Marion must face the fire—and the infected—in this first episode of the Night Zero serial comic City Planning.
Marion and Claire have escaped the fire and are thrown into the frying pan, while their investigation into the storehouse fires is forced to a halt by an unknown power. Claire shares the story of her survival and Marion shares some revelations of her own in the second episode of City Planning.
Old alliances are challenged and dangerous new friendships begin, as the mystery of the warehouse fires continues in the third episode of the City Planning serial comic.
In the fourth episode of the City Planning serial, Claire and Edge are on the run from the psychotic skullhunter Blaze, while the Nazarov sisters' plan to maintain peace in the New City goes terribly, terribly wrong.
The fifth episode of the Night Zero serial picks up immediately in the aftermath of episode four: Dariya has been rescued from the scratcher attack at the protest, but the New City remains in grave danger. Claire has escaped for now, but is on her own and pursued by the nefarious Trio.
The final episode of the Night Zero serial brings the story of the New City to a stunning climax. With the Wall threatened from every side, the messengers and soldiers of the New City make a desperate attempt to survive the day of reckoning and escape to a better tomorrow.