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J SCOTT CAMPBELL - A huge fan favorite comic book artist at SOFAN Comi – SOFAN Comics

J SCOTT CAMPBELL - A huge fan favorite comic book artist at SOFAN Comics

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J. SCOTT CAMPBELL - A huge fan favorite comic book artist as Sofan Comics

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Jeffery Scott Campbell (born April 12, 1973) is an American comic book artist. He was initially known professionally as Jeffery Scott, but is best known as J. Scott Campbell. 

Jeffery Scott Campbell (known to his friends as "Scott") was born in East Tawas, Michigan, though he has no memories of that city, as his family moved when he was very young to the Denver, Colorado, which he regards as his home. He has a younger sister, who is a digital architect, and a younger brother who is a musician.
 
As a child, Campbell was interested in cartoons, rather than comics. He first became interested in comics when, as a teenager, he visited a friend's house, where his friend showed him Uncanny X-Men Annual #10, which featured artwork by Art Adams. Campbell, explains, "I immediately went nuts over the book. That book had such detail. The art was fantastic. It just started me going. It just turned me around. All of a sudden I wanted to do this, and I felt I could." Campbell began collecting, purchasing books based on the art, not the title, which he says made his collecting habits somewhat difficult at times.

In 1989, Campbell, then age fifteen, entered for and won an "Invent the Ultimate Video Game" contest featured in the issue 6 of Nintendo's official magazine, Nintendo Power, whereby submitted contest entries were to consist of drawings and concepts for a video game. 

Look for rare variant comic books from J. Scoot Campbell at SOFAN Comics

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