Houses of the Holy got kind of buried in between the rest of the Humble bundle that I'm still making my way through. It's the fist part of a graphic novel which starts very interesting in the second word war, but it is clear from the start that the main character doesn't abide to normal rules of aging.
I only realized when I was reading Houses of the Holy that I had encountered the author before. Earlier this year I read The House of War and Witness which I liked a lot and this graphic novel really had the same kind of feeling to it. Also, the themes were more or less related. The art was really good too. I would recommend it.