The Domesticated Afterlife Scott David Finch


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Binding: Perfect Bound
Pages: 281
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The Domesticated Afterlife by Scott Finch follows two canine day laborers through their adventures in the service industry, incarceration, a magical feline fortress, and the underworld as they endeavor to answer the existential question, “What do you get for the chicken who has everything?”

The book is currently being serialized on with a new chapter every week.

Quotes from Critics:
Comics is a medium where someone can create a personal, visionary work and can chip away at it slowly, adding and subtracting until the work is worthy of the unique moment of inspiration behind it. This absolutely out of left field dream of a book by Scott Finch is an incredible example of such a comic. Vast, philosophical and visually ambitious, this is comic that fulfills the dream of self publishing. – Austin English

The Domesticated Afterlife (Antenna) – Scott Finch arrives “fully formed” with this graphic novel over a decade in the making, and the effort shows in every panel. A conceptual exploration of the mysteries at the core of existence itself with a dash of anarcho-primitivist philosophy at the margins, to call this “unlike anything else” is to sell it FAR too short – in point of fact, it’s unlike anything else ever CONVCEIVED, much less committed to paper. The most ambitious comic of the year, at the very least, perhaps of the last five to ten. – Ryan Carey

Scott Finch lives and draws in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Other titles include A Little World Made Cunningly (2013, Regent Press), Form and Deed (2014, self-published), and Cheer, Charm, Life (2020, Antenna Press).

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 9 × 1.5 in