Sophie Campbell, formerly known as Ross Campbell, is a comic writer and artist known for her indie comics such as Wet Moon and Shadoweyes. Her characters tend to be adolescent or young adult women, including various races, body types, sexual orientations, and abilities.
From June 2009 to March 2013, Campbell was a co-host on AudioShocker's "A Podcast with Ross and Nick", and as of June 2013, was a co-host on the podcast "Everything Blows with Ross and Nick".
In March 2015, as Sophie Campbell, she stated on Twitter that she is a transgender woman, and had been transitioning for the previous year.
Comics work includes:
- Too Much Hopeless Savages! (Oni Press, 2003)
- Spooked (with Antony Johnston, graphic novel, Oni Press, 168 pages, February 2004, ISBN 1-929998-79-1)
- Wet Moon (graphic novels, Oni Press, 2005 - current)
- The Abandoned (graphic novel, Tokyopop, 2006)
- Raphael: Bad Moon Rising (covers only, Mirage Publishing, 2007)
- House of Mystery #1: "The Hollows" (with Bill Willingham, Short story, Vertigo, 2008)
- Water Baby (graphic novel, Minx, 2008)
- Hack/Slash (contributing artist, Image Comics, 2008–2009)
- Resurrection V2 (back-up story, Oni Press, 2010)
- Milestone Forever (pin-up, DC Comics, 2010)
- Shadoweyes (graphic novel, Slave Labor Graphics, 2010)
- Shadoweyes in Love (graphic novel, Slave Labor Graphics, 2011)
- Fraggle Rock v2 #2 (with Tim Beedle, comic book, Archaia Studios Press, 2011)
- Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (pin-up, Mirage Publishing, 2006)
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Micro-Series: Leonardo (artist, IDW, 2012)
- Glory (artist, #23-34, Image Comics, 2012)
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Villains Micro-Series: Alopex (artist, IDW, 2013)
- Jem and the Holograms (artist, #1 - ongoing, IDW, 2015)
- Official website
- Sophie Campbell at DeviantArt
- Sophie Campbell at Livejournal
- Sophie Campbell at Tumblr
- Sophie Campbell at Oni Press
- The Abandoned at Tokyopop
- The Abandoned review, Comics Bulletin
- Audioshocker Podcast
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- Thompson, Kelly (April 20, 2010). "Interview With Creator Ross Campbell". She Has No Head. Comic Book Resources. Retrieved June 3, 2010.