Mr. Jesse Hamm: Comic Book Artist Develops Blood Clots, Dead After Experimental Moderna mRNA Shot
By The COVID Blog
Mr. Jesse Hamm
PORTLAND, OREGON — The comic book world was stunned by the news yesterday of a popular member of their community passing away. But the cause of death is not being mentioned in numerous social media memorial posts.
Mrs. Anna Sahrling-Hamm, wife of Mr. Jesse Hamm, announced on Twitter that her husband passed away. Her announcement specifically stated that he died from “blood clot in lung.” A Twitter user responded to the posting and asked if Mr. Hamm received any of the experimental COVID-19 shots. Mrs. Sahrling-Hamm replied, “He’d had one shot of Moderna.”
It is unclear when exactly he received the first dose of experimental mRNA. But he was always very active on Twitter up until Tuesday, May 11. Thus it appears he died very suddenly yesterday. We know that his birthday was on July 30 and he was in his mid-40s.
Who was Jesse Hamm?
Mr. Hamm published his first comic strips while still a teenager. He worked as a professional writer and cartoonist/illustrator since the 1990s. Mr. Hamm worked for all the big names in the comic book world, including Marvel, DC Comics, and Oregon-based Dark Horse Comics. His next book, entitled “Plants vs. Zombies Volume 18: Constructionary Tales” goes on sale July 27.
Numerous fans, coworkers and collaborators offered condolences and shared memories about Mr. Hamm.
No further information is known at this time. The story is developing and we will update in the coming days.