Sunday, 25 November 2007


1whole year of daily blogging.

.............................................look in from time to time........................................



Blogger Christopher Moonlight said...

Well done Campbell. Take some time off. It's good for you.

25 November 2007 at 01:11:00 GMT-5  
Blogger drjon said...

Congratulations! Here's to many more!

25 November 2007 at 01:53:00 GMT-5  
Blogger thewalker said...

Well done eddie,

and you still keep getting better every day! PLUS the great comics keep on coming.


25 November 2007 at 02:21:00 GMT-5  
Blogger spacedlaw said...

A well deserved rest, indeed.
Enjoy but don't forget us, eh?

25 November 2007 at 02:35:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats! What a perfect way to celebrate. Wish you fun for the next whole year!

25 November 2007 at 05:03:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You made it! Congratulations.

25 November 2007 at 09:47:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Steve said...

Bravo. It's been a fun ride.

25 November 2007 at 11:35:00 GMT-5  
Blogger James Robert Smith said...

What amazes me about your one year of daily blogging is that almost all of it was pretty goddamned good stuff.


25 November 2007 at 11:40:00 GMT-5  
Blogger James Robert Smith said...

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25 November 2007 at 11:40:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Jason Das said...

Thanks for a great year! I have no idea how you kept it up for so long. Looking forward to the future...

25 November 2007 at 12:07:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well cheers Eddie, I enjoyed it, even if I did stop responding more recently. Purely a bookshop-xmas-comes-early-and-busy thing, nothing else, I've read religiously.

Dear god, is that really a year? Every single day?

Oh look, post 5 was "not a graphic novel, percy". I may not achieve lasting fame for anything else, but that's a start.

And it has been eleven months since my little Eddie Campbell original got lost in the post.

You know, for a blog, i really shouldn't have just lost fifteen minutes going back and re-reading the early stuff. This internet shit is supposed to be ephemeral, dammit. I'm only not going all the way through because I have to work tomorrow.

Best, Marcus

25 November 2007 at 20:14:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Kelly Kilmer said...

Wow, that was a fast year.

Cheers, Eddie! That was a great year!!

25 November 2007 at 21:14:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you Eddie for a very nice year with a lot of interesting topics! Things that come to mind fast are the insides to court sketchings, deepening understandings about From Hell, Bacchus layouts, company insides, when you registred yourself as a one-man company to make that Batman thing...and much more.
Hope to hear from you soon again!

26 November 2007 at 03:34:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Dave Gibbons said...

Congratulations, Eddie. How you manage to post so entertainingly every day is a thing of wonder.

26 November 2007 at 04:52:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't believe it's been a year already. It's been great to have something I could rely on to provoke and challenge for that long.


Ben Smith

26 November 2007 at 05:59:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cheers ! Always a pleasure to read it, honest !
Have a nice rest !

26 November 2007 at 10:53:00 GMT-5  
Blogger lennardg said...

Great glory to Campbell!

27 November 2007 at 08:15:00 GMT-5  
Blogger miriam beetle said...

mazeltov, & thank you!

28 November 2007 at 03:39:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cheers eddie,
your blog has informed, enlightened and on more that one occassion made me laugh out loud! all the best
lee paul

28 November 2007 at 06:04:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gee that was quick, wasn't it? Hope all is well! :)


28 November 2007 at 14:23:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cheers, Mr. Campbell, sir. Have a guest appearance in a strip by an utter nobody:

And thanks for your persistence, online & in print. It's been one hell of an education, and it ain't even over yet...

28 November 2007 at 22:04:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Stephen said...

It's been a great year. I'll miss having you around the blogosphere. Hope you enjoyed the ride.

29 November 2007 at 13:47:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Hayley Campbell said...

I hate the Waiting Game.

Let's play Hungry Hungry Hippos.

3 December 2007 at 17:22:00 GMT-5  
Blogger AT said...

Greetings Mr. Campbell:

I travelled to the UK for the first time this past summer, and it's a beautiful country.

I never quite understood the root of Scottish-English tensions, but after taking the Westminster Abbey and Tower of London tours and getting a full glimpse of everything the English have thieved from their neighbors (not the least of which being the Coronation Stone) I understand why the Limeys are not well loved.

That aside, it's encouraging to see that the comic arts are thriving for their own sake over seas. The fad here in the States is to develop comics only as a vehicle for developing films, and while that can be a boon for creators it can also lead to a lot of dumb, loud uninspired comic art that's well... Only destined to be an action film.

Kudos to you and the phenomenal body of work you've developed over the years. It's wonderful to know that literary comic art still has a place in the world.

Andy Tafelski

5 December 2007 at 12:47:00 GMT-5  
Blogger mika said...

Change to woman, draw a gypsum (splint) on a right leg and IT'S ME :D

8 December 2007 at 18:20:00 GMT-5  
Blogger George Machlan said...

A question. Did you go off-line because you recognized that it's difficult to reconcile your image as a serious literary "author" with that of a noise making blogger?

George Machlan

11 December 2007 at 19:57:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Eddie Campbell said...

The day I was mistaken for an author:

somebody explain to me why the picture at top has a turquoise shirt in the small version but when you click through to the larger one it becomes yellow.

11 December 2007 at 20:12:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Raymond Briggs letters the whole book first:

"First you write it, then you design the typography and lay out the hand lettering. This gives you some idea of the space you are going to need, so you can then design the format, the pagination and the grid. This will show what space is left for illustrations. You light-box off the grid on to 50 or more sheets of watercolour paper and paste up the type and lettering. This gives you the layout. Now you can start."


Ben Smith

16 December 2007 at 15:46:00 GMT-5  
Blogger spacedlaw said...

When I click on the picture I don't even get a yellow shirt but just "[having+a+rest3.jpg]", which I think is my browser's doing, most likely.

18 December 2007 at 08:29:00 GMT-5  

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