Is Eddie Campbell the lost Hernandez brother?

From a sequential-art Q&A on Powells.com for his book The Fate of the Artist

Thought for the day: Is Eddie Campbell the lost Hernandez brother?

He’s a visual genius. His stories are kind of messy, relentlessly idiosyncratic, a bit hard to follow, simultaneously both personal and arch, and flavored with magical realism. His work rewards a lifetime of reading, and could have been produced by no one but its creator. I’m so glad ALEC and BACCHUS are coming back in these new editions so everyone can visit Eddie’s world anew.

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Leigh Walton talks comics and maybe other arts. (RSS)
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