Temples are built for gods. Knowing this a farmer builds a small temple to see what kind of god turns up.
A friendship soon blossoms between the farmer Arepo and the god of transient nothingness, ever-lasting across famine and war, grief and heartbreak, – even as the god believes itself undeserving.
A tender, gorgeous bit of comics that beautifully balances the grand scale of the divine with the humility of being alive. – Hagai Pelevsky
Read more here: The God of Arepo