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Cameron Stewart is a prolific comic book artist, graphic novel illustrator and storyboard artist whose work includes projects for a variety of companies ranging from DC comics to Sony/Dreamworks Animation. His work has been widely recognized and nominated for or honored with numerous accolades.
In 1999 he was called upon to create storyboard illustrations for the Sony/Dreamworks Animation series Men In Black. He was then hired by DC Comics to draw an issue of Scooby Doo, his first experience drawing comics and the beginning of what would evolve into a long career with DC.
Over the years Stewart continued to collaborate with some of the industry’s top writers. He worked on the superhero-noir series Catwoman and the absurdist superhero fantasy series Seaguy as well as its sequel, Seaguy: Slaves of Mickey Eye.
Most notably, Stewart illustrated author Chuck Palahniuk’s sequel to his acclaimed cult novel, Fight Club, which went on to top the New York Times Graphic Novel bestseller list.