Mike Greaney (@grichael.meaney) is a cartoonist and animator based in Melbourne, Australia. He is known for his dark humor and absurdist take on everyday life. His work has been featured in publications such as The New Yorker, The Guardian, and The Washington Post. He creates both long and short comic stories. His long comic stories are typically serialized on his Instagram account, and he also has a Patreon where fans can support his work and get early access to new comics.
Mike Greaney’s long comic stories are well-written, well-drawn, and incredibly engaging. They are full of twists and turns, and they will keep you hooked until the very end. “The Ferryman” is a story created by Mike Greaney. It is a story about a ferryman who transports people across a river to the afterlife. Mike Greaney’s Instagram account has an audience of 24,500 followers. The story is told in 18 parts, and it is a beautifully drawn and well-written piece of work.
The story begins with a young woman named Anya, who finds herself standing on a riverbank, waiting for the ferryman. She is not sure how she got there, but she knows that she is dead. She boards the ferry, and the ferryman begins to take her across the river. As they travel, Anya asks the ferryman questions about the afterlife. The ferryman is reluctant to answer at first, but he eventually tells her that the afterlife is a place where souls go to be judged. Those who have lived good lives will go to heaven, while those who have lived bad lives will go to hell. Scroll down to the section below to enjoy this story.
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