Eddie Campbell

Eddie Campbell at the 2008 San Diego Comicon Eddie Campbell (born 10 August 1955) is a British comics artist and cartoonist. He was the illustrator and publisher of ''From Hell'' (written by Alan Moore), and the creator of the semi-autobiographical ''Alec'' stories collected in ''Alec: The Years Have Pants'', and ''Bacchus'' (a.k.a. ''Deadface''), a wry adventure series about the few Greek gods who have survived to the present day.

His scratchy pen-and-ink style is influenced by the impressionists, illustrators of the age of "liberated penmanship" such as Phil May, Charles Dana Gibson, John Leech and George du Maurier, and cartoonists Milton Caniff and Frank Frazetta (particularly his ''Johnny Comet'' strip). Campbell's writing has been compared to that of Jack Kerouac and Henry Miller.

Campbell has won almost every award the comics industry bestows, including the Eisner Award, the Harvey Award, the Ignatz Award, the Eagle Award, and the UK Comic Art Award. Provided by Wikipedia
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