When Eddie Campbell announced he was shutting up his self publishing operation (responsible for his Alec and Bacchus collections along with the massive From Hell) and doing a Batman book it was all rather confusing, especially as not much more information was forthcoming. In this interview on Comicon.com Pulse he talks about the Batman book along with a stint on Captain America, denies being 'creative' in his work ("I don't have time to feel creative. There's always a job to be done and no time to think about it. Creative is for art workshops. Professionals are too busy.") and teasingly refers to his next autobiographical book, The Fate of The Artist "which will be an investigation into the disappearance of myself. It's very complicated; in the scenes where I am required to appear, my part is played by an actor. It's the last word in postmodernism."