A.D.: After Death

A.D.: After Death


An original hardcover graphic novel from two of comics most acclaimed creators, Scott Snyder (Wytches, Batman, American Vampire) and Jeff Lemire (Descender, Extraordinary X-Men, Sweet Tooth).
A.D.: After Death is set in a future where a genetic cure for death has been found and now, years later, one man starts to question everything, leading him on a mind-bending journey that will bring him face-to-face with his past and his own mortality.
A unique combination of comics, prose and illustration, A.D.: After Death is a experience like nothing else.

Collecting: A.D.: After Death 1-3

Title:A.D.: After Death
Edition Language:English
Format Type:
Number of Pages:224 pages

    A.D.: After Death Reviews

  • Mad Tom

    A.D. After Death is the most ambitious graphic novel I've ever read. It instills hope and sadness, the beauty, darkness, and ethereality of life. It plays on the narrative form, typewritten words arra...

  • Chad

    A graphic NOVEL as this is about 75% prose. The prose sections take place "now" with the comic portions set in a future where a few humans have conquered death. Very existential, explores what it woul...

  • Paul

    I read this in the single book form but wanted to add the bind up to my Goodreads goal because this was a time extensive read. After Death combines prose and comics in a way that I haven't experienced...

  • Aria the Blue Fairy

    Yes to anything Scott Snyder. ...

  • Scott (GrilledCheeseSamurai)

    *Disclaimer* While I don't own this particular book - I do, however, own the three separate volumes that this collection is comprised of.SNYDER AND LEMIRE WORKING TOGETHER ON A COMIC BOOK!!!?MIND BLOW...

  • Issa

    This comic is truly a "graphic novel" as it combines narration done in past tense written in prose with minor illustrations during those flashback sequences interspersed with comic book sequences in p...

  • Truman32

    In A.D. After Death, the new graphic novel by Scott Snyder, the genetic cure for death is discovered. But a quick look beneath all the sci-fi hullabaloo revels that A.D. is actually the tragic tale of...

  • Kate

    A truly incredible mix of Snyder's deep, rich storytelling, and Lemire's enveloping art helps push this complex tale of regaining what you've lost to the top of the 'must buy' list.Be prepared to thin...

  • Maggie Gordon

    AD: After Death has so much potential. It's an odd, halting narrative, flipping between past and present. Our narrator is hella unreliable for unique plot reasons. The suspense and building tension is...

  • L. McCoy

    2 of my favorite authors on one book (though unfortunately one was just doing the art) should make this a 5-star book but they kinda messed up on this one.What's it about?This guy found a cure for dea...