The publisher description of Undeaded by Eliott Ventadour says it all:
After being declared clinically dead, traveling salesman Ed Zamsa tries to go on with his life regardless of his strange condition. As if things weren’t hard enough without being dead.
Therefore, all I will say this book is WARPED and it is BIZARRE, and it is NOT safe for work. It has language, sex, murder, and mayhem. There is an offbeat sense of humor not everyone will appreciate or get. Even if some of it you did like and will like afterwards. The theme is a commentary of life and death and how we take it all for granted, try to control it and how things are just messed up in the process.
I read this as a webcomic and almost did not. It seemed to be sarcastic and had its moments of well that was gross, but I finished as I do hate to not to finish something. And I am not going to say I LOVED this book/comic but I will say when February 2023 comes around, give it a shot. You never know what will come out of it,
Yes, you might think it is biting, and not politically correct, and not the best (or worse) thing you have read, but I did decide that it was worth the experience of following this dead guy and the misadventures, the serious humor and humorous seriousness we find everyone in.
The commentary of our existence is the point, the results are just as complicated and easy to understand as your own life.