Acclaimed cartoonist Anders Nilsen continues his surrealist trek through the queries and conundrums of life that plague the minds of reptile, fowl, and mammal alike. In the eleventh issue of Big Questions, Nilsen's detailed yet minimalist visual style continues to grow in answer to the complexity of the concepts he addresses in his writing. It begins at the dead of night. The Idiot sleeps, the Pilot dreams. He seems to wake momentarily, sleepwalking out into the night on a curious errand. One injured bird also wakes after days of unconsciousness and leads his protector, the reluctant Louis, on a slow crawl toward the site of the explosion that wounded him. Philo shares a late night conversation and midnight snack with a crow. The dogs squabble.