Jesse Hamm wife announced the news of his death on Twitter. Hamm was a comic writer and novelist. She states she is heartbroken and doesn’t know what to do further.
If you are a comic reader, Jesse Hamm might be on the top of your favorite comic book writer. Hamm is an artist known for his excellent tips for comic book creators online and his essays about comics.
Unfortunately, the world of the comic has lost a gem as Jesse passed away.
Jesse Hamm Age: How Old?
Jesse Hamm age appeared to be between 35-40 at the time of his death.
The comic creator is very private when it comes to his personal life details. Hence, very minimal information about him is present on the internet.
Hamm was a member of the Portland-based comics collective Helioscope. His work included DC and Marvel, and he also wrote the Carousel Column for the San Diego Comic-Con’s website.
Moreover, his first mainstream comic book was the 2007 graphic novel, Good as Lily.
Furthermore, Hamm’s netbook, Dark Horse’s “Plant Vs. Zombies volume 18: Constructionary tales”, will be published on July 28, 2021.
Meet Jesse Hamm Wife and Family
Jesse Hamm was married to his wife, Anna Sahrling-Hamm.
Anna, on her Twitter bio, mentions that she also writes and draws comics.
Moreover, she was the one who broke the tragic news on her Twitter account.
My wife was puzzled when I requested this book because she knows I’m not into hiking. pic.twitter.com/tb5gQyyTMj
— Jesse Hamm (@jesse_hamm) May 12, 2021
Nothing further has been mentioned about his marital life as such. We don’t even know if he has any children.
Jesse Hamm Cause Of Death and Obituary
According to his wife Anna, Hamm’s cause of death is revealed to be a blood clot in his lungs.
According to the tweet, Jest must have died on May 12, 2021.
@jesse_hamm just died. Blood clot in lung.
— Anna Sahrling-Hamm👀 (@ASahrlingHamm) May 12, 2021
Strangely, his medical history has not been mentioned anywhere on the mainstream news sites.
Many creators have paid their respects to Jesse online, mentioning he was inarguably one of the most insightful people about comics art and visual storytelling.
His obituary has not been given by his family as of now.