[[OnlyKnownByInitials T]] Campbell is an American writer of {{Webcomics}} and other SequentialArt works, as well as {{Crossword Puzzle}}s. He lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.

In addition to the works listed below, Campbell has written guest arcs for ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'', ''Webcomic/{{Shortpacked}}'' and ''ClanOfTheCats,'' and provides plotting and dialogue assistance on Gisèle Lagacé's and Dave Lumsdon's ''Webcomic/MenageA3'', ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'', ''Webcomic/MagickChicks'' and ''Webcomic/DangerouslyChloe''.
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!!T Campbell's works include:

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* ''{{Fans}}'' (with artist Jason Waltrip; original series 1999-2005, {{Revival}} 2008-2012). A SpeculativeFiction drama, this was Campbell's first and longest-running foray into SequentialArt. Began as an indie comic book called ''Faans''. Completed.
* ''CoolCatStudio'' (created by writer/artist Gisèle Lagacé 2000; co-authored with her 2001-2002, 2007-2008). A FantasyKitchenSink dramedy. Completed.
* ''PennyAndAggie'' (with artists Gisèle Lagacé and Jason Waltrip; 2004-2011). A SliceOfLife teen dramedy, this has been Campbell's most popular work to date. Completed.
* ''SearchEngineFunnies'' (with artists Jamie Noguchi and Thor Thorvaldson, Jr.; 2005). A {{Satire}} on search engine and content portal trends. Completed.
* ''RipAndTeri'' (with artist John Waltrip and colourist David Willis; 2005-2006). A SpyDrama romance. Completed.
* ''{{Sketchies}}'' (co-authored with Phil Kahn; with artists Ryan Estrada, Edward J. Grug III and Jason Sigala; 2008-2009). A SliceOfLife campus comedy. Unfinished.
* ''ExplodingStills'' (with photographer Antony Platt; 2008). An ImageMacro PhotoComic satire of TheWarOnTerror. Unfinished and no longer online.
* ''TheVersusVersus'' (with artist Sam Romero; 2008). An experimental pop culture satire comic, written entirely in verse. Completed.
* ''GuildedAge'' (co-authored with Phil Kahn; with artists Erica Henderson and John Waltrip; 2009-). A HeroicFantasy dramedy. Ongoing.
* ''{{Widgetitis}}'' (co-authored with Dave Belmore; with artists John Waltrip and Doc Martin; 2010-2011). A satire of I.T. trends and SpiritualSuccessor to ''Search Engine Funnies''. Completed.
* ''{{QUILTBAG}}'' (with artist Jason Waltrip; 2011-2012). A SliceOfLife, LGBTQ-themed campus dramedy and ''Penny and Aggie'' SpinOff. CutShort.
* ''{{Webmasters}}'' (with artist Jason Waltrip; 2012). An AlternateHistory story/MarvelComics proof-of-concept submission about a Peter Parker {{Expy}} InAWorld where the ''Franchise/{{Spider-Man}}'' franchise pervades every aspect of American life. Completed.

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* ''How to Break into Comics'' (with artist Jamie Noguchi; 2002). Instructional one-shot ComicBook.
* ''A History of Webcomics'' (2006). Non-fiction book.
* "Panegyrich," ''Giant-Size [[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avengers]]'' #1 (with artist Denis Medri, 2006).
* ''{{Divalicious}}'' (with artist Amy Mebberson; 2007, 2008). A two-volume OELManga about the misadventures of a TeenIdol and her hapless manager.
** Originated as an OELManga short story, "Pop Star," in ''Rising Stars of Manga'' vol. 5 (2005).
* ''On Crosswords: Thoughts, Studies, Facts and Snark About a 100-Year-Old Pastime'' (2013). Non-fiction book.

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!!T Campbell's work provides examples of:
* BettyAndVeronica: ''Penny and Aggie'' has Aggie and Karen vis-à-vis Marshall; ''Fans'' has Rumy and Ally vis-à-vis Rikk; ''Rip and Teri'' has Teri and Tatyana with regard to Rip, and ''Divalicious'' has a gender-flipped example in Shaquille and Chaddy with regard to Tina.
* BreakTheHaughty: Katherine in ''Fans'', Penny in ''Penny and Aggie'', Payet in ''Guilded Age'', Zachary in ''Webmasters''.
* ConstrainedWriting
** The "Crossover" arc in ''Fans'' is structured so as to form a crossword puzzle at the end, with dialogue-free frames as the black squares, and the first letter in each square with dialogue as part of the puzzle's solution.
** Each comic in ''The Versus Verses'' is written entirely in rhyming couplets, albeit generally with irregular line length and meter, OgdenNash-style.
** Each chapter of ''QUILTBAG'' is named for a letter in the title acronym. Within each chapter, nearly every strip begins with that chapter's letter.
* {{Crossover}}: Various kinds, in ''Penny and Aggie'' and ''Fans'', with each other and/or with other comics.
* DeconstructorFleet: Campbell delights in [[PlayingWithATrope playing tropes]] any way but straight.
** ''Fans'' deconstructs such SpeculativeFiction and {{Fandom}} tropes as TheCape, TheHerosJourney, HeroWorshipper and, in a {{Crossover}} with ''Penny and Aggie'', the ButtMonkey / PickedLast aspects of [[{{Nerd}} nerddom]] and [[{{Geek}} geekdom]].
** ''Penny and Aggie'' deconstructs such TeenDrama tropes as BeautifulAllAlong, the {{Bishonen}}, the CoolLoser and TheMakeover.
** ''QUILTBAG'' deconstructs the closely-related BlitheSpirit and ManicPixieDreamGirl tropes, although ''Penny and Aggie'' had played them mostly straight with the same character (Lisa).
** ''Guilded Age'' deconstructs such HeroicFantasy and other tropes as TheBerserker, TheChosenOne, and--immediately after playing it straight--BoomerangBigot.
* DepravedBisexual: Cyndi of ''Penny and Aggie'', Alisin (in her backstory) and Keith of ''Fans'', Tatyana of ''Rip and Teri'', and Helena of ''Divalicious.'' (Note that Campbell's work also features a number of bisexual characters who are ''not'' depraved.)
* FourLinesAllWaiting: Large portions of ''Penny and Aggie'', ''QUILTBAG'', ''Fans'' and ''Guilded Age'' have juggled multiple parallel plots.
* IfItsYouItsOkay
** ''Fans'': Meighan for Tim, and Rumy for Ally.
** ''Cool Cat Studio'': Liz for [[Music/{{NineInchNails}} Trent Reznor]], and Belinda for Liz.
** ''Penny and Aggie'': Penny for Aggie, Sara for Marshall, and Stan for Rich.
** ''Rip and Teri'': Teri for Tatyana.
* InterplayOfSexAndViolence: A major motif in ''Fans'', ''Rip and Teri'', and the penultimate chapter of ''Penny and Aggie''. Instances in Campbell's works range from loving, SafeSaneAndConsensual BDSM, to DestructoNookie, to ColdBloodedTorture, and in between.
* LetterMotif
** The ''Fans'' arc "The Day the Alphabet Died" is punctuated with song verses beginning with each letter of the English alphabet. This dovetails with the arc villains' [[TheConspiracy conspiracy]] to [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt destroy civilization]] by magically eradicating humankind's knowledge of letters.
** Each chapter of ''QUILTBAG'' is named for a letter in the title acronym. Within each chapter, nearly every strip begins with that chapter's letter.
** Words beginning with "A" are a recurring character motif with Duane of ''Penny and Aggie''.
* MyNaymeIs
** ''Fans'': Rikk (instead of Rick), Rumy (Rumi) and Alisin (Alison or Allison).
** ''Penny and Aggie'': Brandi (Brandy), Cyndi (Cindy) and Lynda (Linda).
* OnTheNext: Campbell often does a strip made up of sans-dialogue panels which serve as teasers for the coming year of one of his comics.
** Exceptions: The 2011 preview for ''Fans'' presents dialogue snippets sans images. The final ''Penny and Aggie'' "preview" is a parody, "[=20Never=]," which features the {{Crack Pairing}}s of Penny with [[ArchieComics Archie]] and Aggie with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, as well as nods to fandom jokes and CrackFic.
* ShowDontTell: Campbell prefers, in some of his works, to show only snippets of scenes and conversations, leaving much of characters' motivations and meaning for the reader to infer. Often supplemented with [[AllThereInTheManual clarifications on the comic's forum]].
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