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Parting Ways   (2005)
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Publisher: Speakeasy Comics

Publication Date: July 2005 - Ongoing

Country: Canada

Language: English

Parting Ways; The Near Life Experiences of Peter Orbach. Written By Andrew Foley, layouts and pencils by Scott Mooney, inks by Scott Mooney and Nick Craine. Black and white graphic novel, 142 pages. Dark Comedy. ISBN 0-9737039- 4-6. Back of Book: THE AFTERLIFE'S A BITCH… [picture of Orbach's disembodied soul]. There's no end of trouble for Peter Orbach. As if dying wasn't bad enough, now he's got to deal with 20 years or "rehabilitation" in a corporate-run Hell. Orbach isn't the first to think he shouldn't be in Hell, but he may be the first to be correct. Somehow, his soulless body still lives... and to add insult to non-lethal injury, it seems to be doing just fine without him... …AND THEN YOU DON'T DIE [picture of Orbach's soulless body] Things just haven't been the same for Peter Orbach since his brush with death. They aren't bad exactly: in fact, by any objective standard, they've never been better. He's got everything he ever wanted, now, but is incapable of finding any satisfaction in his achievements. Something is missing from Peter Orbach's life. One man, walking two separate paths. Can Peter Orbach find himself, before it's too late for either of him?

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