I Nina is a graphic novel adaptation of Man Booker Prize winner Olga Tokarczuk’s book Anna in the Tombs of the World. The story is based on the ancient Sumerian myth of Goddess Innana’s journey into the Underworld. Daniel Chmielewski defly transports the narrative into a near-future dystopia where humanity survives in a hermetically sealed multi-level world. As the society slowly decays under a 'social currency' regime, Nina, 'no-one,' becomes the focus of long-buried revolutionary energies that could change everything. Daniel’s ‘must be seen to be believed’ art was awarded the Polish Comics Society Prize for Best Artist. Evoking classic works of Enki Bilal and Moebius, I Nina, is one of the best science-fiction graphic novels in recent memory.
"The author intricately arranges new elements into Tokarczuk's narrative, creating a philosophical epic about love and sacrifice, power and war, urban utopias and revolutionary fever." — Polityka