Obituary Man

Behold Obituary Man A Nondescript Man Who Gains Indescribable Energy From Reciting The Eulogy At The Funerals Of Strangers He Has Never Felt So Alive Maurice Petit Is The Unremarkable Type, Unaware Of His Own Loneliness Until, One Morning, On His Way To Work He Feels The Crowds In The Street Press On Him He Chokes On The Weight Of His Routine At Work He Consults His Horoscope, Which Says That Some Great Threat Is Close At Hand This Warning Seems The Harbinger Of Some Great End, The Death He Assumes To Be Imminent Next To The Horoscopes He Finds The Obituary Section And The Name Of A Classmate From His Elementary School Maurice Petit Has Reached That Lackluster Age When Peers Die Of Heart Attacks, And His Own Heart Races As He Flees The Office He Tells The Secretary, I Have An Appointment With A Dead Man At The Funeral Something Compels Maurice Petit To Stand Tall And Speak For A Moment He Is Obituary Man And Has A Voice For The Dead But Will His Newfound Power Rejuvenate Him Or Get Him Mixed Up With The Wrong CrowdObituary Man

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  • Paperback
  • 84 pages
  • Obituary Man
  • Philippe Girard
  • 13 May 2017
  • 9781894994705

10 thoughts on “Obituary Man

  1. says:

    I simply could not give this a fourth star, because the artwork wasn t to my liking The story itself was a quirky and interesting tale about a man living vicariously by making people feel better at funerals He began by giving a nice speech at the funeral of an old...

  2. says:

    This book was sweet, nothing I haven t read too many graphic novels, so might not be the best judge It was quick and simple with illustrations that matched the style The voice of Venus is a nice touch, making the story seem as another reviewer pointed out like an urban lege...

  3. says:

    I m honestly not sure how I feel about this book It reads like a modern day folk tale, like there s some kind of moral to take away from it And I guess that there is But I m uncertain how much I appreciate this story I like it well enough, but Let me think about this.

  4. says:

    A man who doesn t feel like he s really living starts going to funerals and begins to feel alive Goo

  5. says:

    The story is based on an interesting idea, but there is a spelling mistake on page 15 you s b your and a few of the translations are awkward.

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