Andrew Clark had some success and a plan. Every year at ECCE (East Coast Comic Expo) he would release a new issue of Adam, and it was working like a charm. That is until the damn coronavirus showed up. Covid messed up everything, and no he had to rethink everything! The original plan was to release issue #6 as a Kickstarter, but then it evolved into the creation of a TPB collecting issues 1-5.
If you’re new to Adam, this is a great way to jump on board. So if you’ve read the series, you’ll feel right at home, but if you haven’t, that’s cool!
Adam is a dark, crass, unlikable guy, or so I thought. I had some mild success with “A Slice of Fate” but by far the biggest fan interest I got was with Adam. I had never received as much feedback as I did when Adam graced the pages.
I was a fixture at the local conventions by the time the web-comic ended, but I felt I needed some new material. I picked Adam back up, dusted him off, fleshed him out, and in May of 2015 ADAM #1 was unleashed to the unsuspecting public at the East Coast Comic Expo (ECCE) in Moncton, New Brunswick.
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Andrew has been in the independent comic industry since 2007 when he launched his own webcomic, “A Slice of Fate” which ran until 2013. Since then he has done some work for Red Leaf Comics called Ministers of Magic and an issue of their book called “The Leaf” with Hal Hilden. Recently he contributed the art for two stories for Chapter House Comics anthology “True Patriot Presents #12” and the cover for issue 13. At this time Andrew is primarily focused on his creator-owned comic “Adam” a “For immature Mature readers” book. Five issues of Adam have been published. Issue six is in the can and when the world gets back to normal, see conventions opening, it will be released. “Adam” follows a rather ignorant blowhard who is recruited by the creators of all things to be their hunter and hit-man. Andrew is also the head Art Director for rayofhalifax.com, a position he has held since 1998. In this role, he oversees the designs on both mascots and props for TV and stage productions.