AFTERLIFT
by Chip Zdarsky and artist Jason Loo

Collection Available for the First Time Today, Wednesday, April 1, 2020

with comiXology Originals sale pricing .99 cents.

“Rideshares have become synonymous with modern-day life and they can, depending on your driver, be a total lifesaver or complete hell. On that latter point, writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Jason Loo have come together to create a comiXology Original story about the terrifying concept of a rideshare being your final journey to the afterlife. . . .

Strange, silly, and very enjoyable.” –Nerdist

Janice Chen recently quit her day job in finance and has enough to deal with, from annoying passengers to overbearing parents. But when she picks up a pair of mysterious passengers who are pursued by otherworldly forces, Janice realizes that her already-terrible day might be headed straight to hell.

From Eisner Award winning writer Chip Zdarsky (Sex Criminals, Daredevil) and acclaimed artist Jason Loo (The Pitiful Human-Lizard) comes a fast-paced story about car chases, demon bounty hunters, and figuring out your place in this world and the next.

AFTERLIFT—available to read in its entirety—collects issues #1-5 and includes a Jason Loo Sketchbook with commentary by Chip Zdarsky as well as a process piece called Anatomy of a Page.

Part of the comiXology Originals line of exclusive digital content, AFTERLIFT is available to read at no additional cost to members of comiXology Unlimited, Kindle Unlimited and Prime through Prime Reading, and for purchase on Kindle and comiXology.

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AFTERLIFT by Chip Zdarsky and artist Jason Loo Collection Available for the First Time Today, Wednesday, April 1, 2020 with comiXology Originals sale pricing .99 cents. “Rideshares have become synonymous with modern-day life and they can, depending on your driver, be a total lifesaver or complete hell. On that latter point, writer Chip...