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Mar 2011 23

by Alex Dueben

“It’s a book about a bunch of attractive young women kicking ass…”
– Cameron Stewart

Cameron Stewart is a familiar name to comics fans. He has been working in the industry for years, but it was 2004’s Seaguy, a Vertigo miniseries from writer Grant Morrison, that put him on the map. Since then there have been several more of high profile projects including a sequel to Seaguy entitled Seven Soldiers: Guardian, a story arc on Batman and Robin (also written by Grant Morrison), and the Vietnam War miniseries, The Other Side (with Weapon X writer Jason Aaron).

More recently Stewart’s projects have included a webcomic called Sin Titulo, which won him the Eisner Award for Best Digital Comic last year. He also co-wrote and co-illustrated Assassin’s Creed: The Fall, a story set in Czarist Russia that ties into the video game.

His next big project is for SG. He’s designing the characters, drawing the covers and inking the SuicideGirls miniseries that’s coming out via IDW starting this month.

Stewart took time out from his hectic schedule to chat with us.

Read our exclusive interview with Cameron Stewart on SuicideGirls.com.

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