"A charming, well-crafted tale of ghosts and the people who help them that is sure to delight fans of CBS's Ghosts and The Good Place." - Comic Book Resources
She’s stoned. She’s selfish. She’s all that stands between us and the end of the world.
Where do you go when you die? Kat, a stoner with a flexible moral code, can answer that, and the answer is: not very far. Unfortunately for Kat’s peace of mind, a near-death experience left her with the ability to see and hear ghosts, as well as take them into her “mindscape” so she can bring them to locations of their choosing, essentially playing transporter to the deceased. But when Kat discovers she’s inadvertently played into a demonic plan to screw up the whole world, she is forced to take an active role in the battle between good and evil. And she’s not thrilled about it.
Eisner-nominated Christopher Sebela (Injustice: Ground Zero, Crowded), Kendall Goode (The Doorman), and Gab Contreras (Witchblood) team up for a supernatural, stoner action-comedy that puts the “boo” in booze cruise.
"I loved it, completely original and enveloping.” — Scott Snyder, author of The Batman Who Laughs
Christopher Sebela is a four-time Eisner-nominated writer, designer, and publisher. He’s the co-creator of Crowded, Dead Dudes, Test, Heartthrob, and Shanghai Red, among others. He puts out his weirder work himself via a tiny publishing empire called Two Headed Press. Go see him at www.christophersebela.com
"This comic’s narrative digs into the afterlife with a female lead that you won’t soon forget."
– But Why Tho Podcast
"Sebela is a master of the kind of high-concept story that nobody else could, or would have dreamed up, and DIRTBAG RAPTURE is no exception. Grounded by Goode's believable character visuals and Contreras' haunting colors, this book possesses you and takes you for a ride. I can't wait to see where it goes.”
– Ibrahim Moustafa, author of Count
"Dirtbag Rapture is an often candy-colored, high concept horror-comedy, featuring a classic (dare I say Sebela-esque?) lovable jerk. In other words, it’s a comic I love.”
– Daniel Kibblesmith, author of Loki: the God Who Fell to Earth
"Dirtbag Rapture is the millennial, two-person show answer to The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service: funny, incredibly irreverent work where the dead can demand everything while squatting in your mind.”