Some 20 odd years ago I read a graphic novel and can't remember the title. Here's what I can remember:
- It as a sci fi story, set in a future where humans had made contact with several alien races. I don't recall it being high in action, space battles or anything like that; I remember it being more about inter-personal conflicts
- I'm 95% sure it wasn't produced by Marvel or DC. It definitely had more of an indie (possibly European) feel.
- The artwork was black and white, and again had a vaguely European feel
- The main protagonist was a white human male (surprisingly)
- And finally, the feature I remember the most was that the lettering was quite distinctive: the dialog for each alien race was rendered in a different style/typeface. At the time I found this quite striking (remember this was back when most lettering was done by hand).
If anyone can provide any clues (title, writer, artist, characters or anything) that would be fantastic!
EDIT: I realise my question is a little light on details; unfortunately this is all I could remember from a book I last read when I was 15!