Jeffrey Scott Campbell (born April 12, 1973, East Tawas, Michigan) is an American comic book artist. Events 467 - Anthemius is elevated to Emperor of the Western Roman Empire. Year 1973 ( MCMLXXIII) was a Common year starting on Monday (link will display full calendar of the 1973 Gregorian calendar. East Tawas is a city in Iosco County in the US state of Michigan. The United States of America —commonly referred to as the He has had several pen names, including "Jeff Scott", but is best known as J. Scott Campbell. He currently resides in California. He rose to fame as an artist for Wildstorm Comics, though he has since done work for Marvel Comics (most notably as a cover artist on Amazing Spider-Man), and the video game industry. WildStorm Productions, or simply WildStorm, (sometimes rendered Wildstorm) is a publishing Imprint and studio of American Comic book Marvel Comics is an American comic book company owned by Marvel Publishing Inc The Amazing Spider-Man is the name of several media Presentations which feature the Marvel Comics Superhero Spider-Man,
In the late 1980s, Campbell entered for and won an "Invent the Ultimate Video Game" contest featured in the pages of Nintendo's official magazine, Nintendo Power, whereby submitted contest entries were to consist of drawings and concepts for a video game. is a Multinational corporation headquartered in Kyoto Japan founded on Nintendo Power magazine is a monthly news and strategy magazine formerly published in-house by Nintendo. Color drawings from "Lockarm," the videogame idea he pitched, were published in the magazine as the winning entry. He was 15 years old at the time of his submission.
Years later, the 200th issue of Nintendo Power included a poster featuring prominent Nintendo characters drawn by Campbell in his unique art style, along with an interview whereby Campbell recalled his memories of the "Invent the Ultimate Video Game" Contest. Nintendo Power magazine is a monthly news and strategy magazine formerly published in-house by Nintendo. is a Multinational corporation headquartered in Kyoto Japan founded on
Campbell is best known as the original artist and co-creator of Gen¹³ and Danger Girl. Gen¹³ is a fictional Superhero team and Comic book series originally written by Jim Lee and Brandon Choi and illustrated by Danger Girl is an American Comic book series created by J Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell. He got his big break at Jim Lee's Wildstorm Productions with his work on Gen¹³, his first comic book series, which featured a group of teenage heroes. Jim Lee (born August 11, 1964) is a Korean-American Comic book Artist, Creator and Publisher. WildStorm Productions, or simply WildStorm, (sometimes rendered Wildstorm) is a publishing Imprint and studio of American Comic book Gen¹³ is a fictional Superhero team and Comic book series originally written by Jim Lee and Brandon Choi and illustrated by He soon gained a reputation in the American comics industry for his highly sexualized illustrations of women.
In 1998, Campbell, together with fellow comics artists Joe Madureira and Humberto Ramos, founded the Cliffhanger imprint as part of Wildstorm Productions. Jose Madureira (born December 3, 1974, in Philadelphia; mædəˈrærə often simply called Joe Mad, is an American comic book Humberto Ramos (born 27 November 1970) is a Mexican Comic book Penciller, best known for his work on American comic books Cliffhanger was an Imprint of Wildstorm, publishing creator-owned Comic books. WildStorm Productions, or simply WildStorm, (sometimes rendered Wildstorm) is a publishing Imprint and studio of American Comic book He then launched his comic series Danger Girl through this imprint. Danger Girl is an American Comic book series created by J Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell. The story, which followed the adventures of a group of female secret agents, made the most of Campbell's talents drawing well-endowed women and dramatic action sequences.
The Danger Girl series has since generated a video game for the Sony PlayStation, as well as several comic spinoffs in the forms of limited series and one-shots that were drawn by different artists in the American comics industry. Danger Girl is an American Comic book series created by J Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell. The PlayStation (abbreviated PS, PSone, PS1, or informally as PSX) is a 32-bit fifth generation Video game console Most of these spin-offs featured story outlines from Campbell himself.
In August 2005, Campbell published Wildsiderz, which he co-created with his Danger Girl writing partner Andy Hartnell. Wildsiderz is a Comic book series created by J Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell, and published by Wildstorm Productions Andy Hartnell is a comic book writer who got his big break at Wildstorm Productions and eventually worked his way up be become co-creator of the hit Danger Girl series
In 2007, Campbell illustrated the covers to the Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. Ash six issue miniseries. A miniseries (also mini-series) in a serial Storytelling medium is a production which tells a story in a pre-planned limited number of episodes
During the WizardWorld 2006 Comic Convention held in Los Angeles, Marvel Comics announced that Campbell has signed an exclusive contract with the company, and will work on a Spider-Man series with writer Jeph Loeb. Los Angeles (lɑˈsændʒələs los ˈaŋxeles in Spanish) is the largest City in the state of California and the American West Marvel Comics is an American comic book company owned by Marvel Publishing Inc Spider-Man is a Fictional character appearing in Comic books published by Marvel Comics. Joseph "Jeph" Loeb III is an Emmy and WGA nominated American Film and Television Writer, producer and award-winning This will not be the first time that Campbell has tackled Spider-Man; he was the cover artist of The Amazing Spider-Man for a time. The Amazing Spider-Man is the name of several media Presentations which feature the Marvel Comics Superhero Spider-Man, Marvel has scheduled Campbell and Loeb's new Spider-Man series for publication in 2008 as Campbell revealed in a video interview at the 2007 Wizard World Chicago Comic Con. The project will appear in 2009. 
Campbell does his pencil with a lead holder, and Sanford Turquoise brand H lead, which he uses for its softness and darkness, and for its ability to provide a "sketchy" feel, with a minimal amount of powdery lead smearing. A mechanical pencil or propelling pencil is a Pencil containing an internal mechanism which pushes or propels the thin Graphite lead through the tip He uses this lead because it strikes a balance between too hard, and therefore not dark enough on the page, and too soft, and therefore prone to smearing and crumbling. Campbell avoids its closest competitor because he finds it too waxy. Campbell has also used HB lead and F lead. He maintains sharpness of the lead with a Berold Turquoise sharpener, changing them every four to six months, which he finds is the duration of their grinding ability.  Campbells uses a combination of Magic Rub erasers, eraser sticks, and since he began to ink his work digitally, a Sakura electric eraser. He often sharpens the eraser to a cornered edge in order to render fine detailed work.