Frequently Asked Questions
Cameron Stewart is an Eisner-award nominated illustrator based in Montreal, Canada. He is best known for his critically-acclaimed run on DC Comics’ Batman & Robin, Seaguy and the award-winning Seven Soldiers: The Manhattan Guardian with Grant Morrison; Catwoman with writer Ed Brubaker; the Vietnam War graphic novel The Other Side with Jason Aaron, which was nominated for Best Limited Series at the 2007 Eisner Awards; and The Apocalipstix, co-created with writer Ray Fawkes. He has also worked on Superman, Spider-Man, Hellboy, BPRD, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Transmetropolitan, The Invisibles, Hellblazer, The Vinyl Underground, Deadenders, Human Target, and has had regular illustrations appear in publications such as The Toronto Star and Spin Magazine.
Sin Titulo is Cameron’s first project as both writer and illustrator. A dark, neo-noir semi-autobiographical mystery thriller concerned with dreams, family, and memory, it is published free online every Sunday as part of the TX Comics collective.
Q: When do you update?
A: Originally every Sunday, but now less frequently.
Q: Why don’t you update every week?
A: Uunfortunately, aside from a few small (but appreciated) donations, I don’t earn anything from Sin Titulo, and I sometimes have to let my paying work take precedence. I began Sin Titulo as a project for myself, and I would rather do a strip that I’m proud of than hack one out to meet a weekly deadline.
Q: How do I know when there is a new strip?
A: The best way would be to click the “Subscribe” button or add the site to your RSS reader. You can also follow me on Twitter or add me on Facebook, where I announce new updates.
Q: I heard that this story is autobiographical, is that true?
A: Yes, parts of it are based on my actual life. But not necessarily the parts you think.
Q: Do you draw on paper or with a computer?
A: Sin Titulo is a combination of both.
Q: Do you have it all written in advance?
A: The structure of it is in place, but I allow myself the freedom to explore my subconscious and change the course of events if I choose.
Q: Who are your influences?
A: David Lynch, David Mazzuchelli, Grant Morrison, Junji Ito, Haruki Murakami, Ingmar Bergman, Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse, Daniel Clowes and Jorge Luis Borges.
Q: Will there be a print version?
A: When the story is complete there will be a printed book available for purchase.