COMICS

 

I’ve been involved in the small press off and on for over ten years now. In that time, I’ve published many of my own books, done a considerable amount of work for other people’s publications and been an editorial cartoonist for the Daily Tarheel, among the most respected college newspapers in the country. Below you’ll find some of this work. More will be added as I scan it and as I get permission from other publishers.

I made all of these comics with the hope that people would read them and enjoy them, which is why I offer them free here, in their entirety. This is not a money-making scheme. However, if you would like to have a copy of any of them, they are available for $1.00 each (to cover printing and postage). Just send orders to:

 

Adam Hall

601 Jones-Ferry Rd., Apt. N15

Carrboro, NC 27510

 

 

And feedback, while not necessary, is always appreciated. By regular mail to the above address or by email to arhall@email.unc.edu

 

my work :

 

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CHECK IT OUT

THE INCREDIBLE PETE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE INCREDIBLE PETE

PAGE

THE COLLECTED

EDITORIAL CARTOONS

issues:   Vol. 1: College Is A Bummer

            Vol. 2: A Lot Happened While You Were Gone

            Vol. 3: Pennies For Your Thoughts

            Vol. 4: Rip You A New One

Vol. 5: The Equivalent Of Meatloaf (surplus cartoons/sketches)

genre: editorial cartoons

original publication: 2002-3

 

description: A compilation of all the editorial cartoons I produced for the Daily Tarheel at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

 

notes: These were an awful lot of fun to make and people seemed to enjoy them. I hope they did as much as I still do.

 

 

(working links coming soon!)

 

Vol. 1: College Is A Bummer

Vol. 2: A Lot Happened While You Were Gone

Vol. 3: Pennies For Your Thoughts

Vol. 4: Rip You A New One

Vol. 5: The Equivalent Of Meatloaf

JAKE KELLY:

PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR


issues: #1-3

genre: detective

original publication: 1996-8

 

description: A detective tries to help a town that might be too far gone.

 

notes: As I got farther away from the traditional superhero fare in my reading tastes, so too did I in my own publications. These were more drawn from works like “Sin City” and “Stray Bullets” than from “Superman”. I feel good about this work (although number 3 suffers from my early attempt to integrate computer lettering). This series was unfortunately cut short due to school responsibilities. I may revisit it someday…

 

 

(working links coming soon!)

 

 

READ ISSUE 1

READ ISSUE 2

READ ISSUE 3

BLOODHOUNDS

issues: #0-12, Spring Break Special, Bloodhounds Gallery, Sampler

genre: superhero

original publication: 1994-6

 

description: A government force made up of agents with superpowers fights all sorts of super-villainy.

 

notes: Inspired more by early Image titles than I’d care to admit, there’s not a huge amount of substance here. But, they were made in my early- to mid-teenage years and were a lot of fun to do.

 

 

 

 

 

Not currently available online

 

 

 

Work For Other Publications (click for larger images or links):

 

 

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J. Kevin Carrier’s FANTASY THEATER

Sherman Burnett’s ENERGONS and MATRIX

  

 

Perry Lake’s CASSIOPEIA THE WITCH

 

Orbital Comics’ GREENPIECE

 

 

 

 

 

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