|Area(s)||Artist and Writer|
|Awards||2008 Silver Medal Independent Publisher Book Award for Henry V|
Neill Cameron is a British comics artist and writer.
Cameron started out in British small press comics, most notably drawing Bulldog Empire, which also appeared in the small press section of Judge Dredd Megazine and was reprinted in the first volume of ILYA's Mammoth Book of Best New Manga.
He has since gone on to mainstream work, providing the art for the Classical Comics's award-winning adaptation of Henry V and he is producing Mo-Bot High for the new British children's comic The DFC.
- Dumbass Comics (collected in Absolute Dumbass)
- Bulldog Empire (written by Jason Cobley, reprinted in Mammoth Book of Best New Manga Vol. 1, ISBN 1-84529-353-3)
- Beautiful Things (with Sean Michael Wilson, Boychild productions, June 2005, ISBN 0-9546596-1-9):
- "The Unveiling"
- Henry V (written by John McDonald, with inks by Bambos, 144 pages, November 2007, ISBN 978-1-906332-00-6, ISBN 978-1-906332-01-3, ISBN 978-1-906332-02-0)
- "Japan Manga diary" (in NEO magazine)
- Mo-Bot High in The DFC
- The Pirates of Pangaea in The Phoenix
- "Political Creatures" (promotional art, by Rich Johnston)
- "Crash Course" (with ILYA, Flash game for the BBC)
- 2008: Won the Silver Medal "Graphic Novel/Drawn Book – Drama/Documentary" Independent Publisher Book Award, for Henry V.