Eddie Campbell has been working in comics for more than thirty years. His works include the huge From Hell in collaboration with Alan Moore, Bacchus, the further adventures of the 4,000 year old God of Wine, and Alec, an autobiographical comic he has been drawing since 1981. Recent books have included The Fate of the Artist, the Lovely Horrible Stuff and The From Hell Companion, a book crammed full of theory, anecdote and outtakes. Most recently he has been working with Neil Gaiman on The Truth is a Cave in the Black Mountain, a performance/reading now turned into a book. On a rare hop, skip and jump over from Australia Eddie offers a rare peak into what it's like to live in a comic.
(Please note not suitable for young people, some adult content).
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