Reimena Yee is an illustrator, author and designer of the strange and fancy

What I do:

I make heartfelt, beautiful graphic novels for kids and adults. I illustrate and design in a whimsically poppy, gothic style with an elegant touch. I've a passion for anything related to the book arts, history and decorative detail.

For those who are interested in my digital outreach and comics education work, I'll have a page for you soon!

How this portfolio works:

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Witch's Mixtape by John Dingo, illustrated by Reimena Yee 2 IMAGES
Reimena Ashel Yee 9 IMAGES
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Illustrated map of bats in Asia Pacific cultures 4 IMAGES
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Icefish enamel pins designed for Bizarre Beasts 4 IMAGES
Cover of Seance Tea Party 11 IMAGES
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Photo by Voiceworks/Express Media 2 IMAGES
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Comics I Write and Illustrate

The World in Deeper Inspection

A passion project webcomic about the life of a Jersey Devil detective and his friends in Victorian England, working together to bring peace to the recently-dead.

A historical, urban fantasy saga with a touch of the strange and the macabre.

The Carpet Merchant of Konstantiniyya

A two-volume Eisner-nominated graphic novel set in 17th century Istanbul and 18th century England, centering on a carpet merchant and his relationship with faith, love and home in the aftermath of his death by a vampire.

A historical small-scale epic with a modern, satirical take on Gothic fiction and the literary vampire genre.

Seance Tea Party

A gothic suburban tale about Lora Xi, a girl who is afraid of leaving her childhood. As her friends drift away, Lora finds refuge in play pretend, Halloween and lately, her rekindled friendship with Alexa, former imaginary friend and an actual ghost. But will their friendship last when it's Lora's turn to finally grow up?

Published by Random House Graphic.

Alexander the Great is seated cross-legged and holds his right palm out for his horse Bucephalus\'s snout. Bucephalus is all black stallion with reptilian blue eyes and a white star on his forehead, with a red rug on his back and gold accessories around his neck and rump. Alexander wears a gold oak-and-myrtle wreath, leather armour over an off-white elbow-length-sleeved chiton, and midcalf high sandals. The background is contained within a diamond shape: it depicts a pink sky and a full moon, seen through the trunks and narrow leaves of trees bearing golden fruit.

Alexander, The Servant & The Water of Life

Upcoming webcomic/graphic novel about the life, legends and legacy of Alexander the Great. Suddenly afraid of death, Alexander goes on a quest for the Water of Life with his most trustworthy servant, and gets more than he bargained for. The 21st century reiteration of the Alexander Romance.