I received a pack of minicomix and ephemera from Adam Yeater, and it’s just a great little set of work. In addition to some neat stickers, here’s what he made:
Blood Desert (4.25 x 5.5” minicomic, 8 pages) – From his Blood Desert theme, here’s a traditional sized minicomic risograph printed. This is a gallery of characters.
Blood Desert – Troll (5×7.5” manga-size comic, 28 b&w pages, 4 color pages) – Here’s one of Adam’s professionally printed Blood Desert comics. He uses a printing technique from Manga as he starts off the comic in color and then switches to black and white interior. This one-shot short story surprised me since I was expecting a gory post-apocalyptic spaghetti western – this made me laugh. It’s a sort of wink and a nod to Adam’s love for comics.
CD Case Comix – Adam created a comic he packaged and sealed inside a cardboard CD case. Of course I opened it and read it, and I won’t give it away here. Collectors – you’ll not know the contents of this gem from me. All I’ll say is that it’s really good, and I hope you devalue your copy and read it like I did.
Microbes – (1×1” micro-minicomic, 16 pages, riso) – I love tiny comix. This one is from Adam’s fascination with tiny organisms. There are some great microscopic monsters in here.
You can find these and other works by Adam Yeater here: https://onelastday.storenvy.com/
Also find some of his work in “omnibus” form by searching for him on Amazon.
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