Bryan Talbot Archives

The Daily LITG, 24th February 2020, Happy Birthday Bryan Talbot
Joe Shoe Line, Available at Foot Locker Now Jorge Jimenez's Sixth Dimension Justice League Triptych Now All on One Issue Dan DiDio Tells Retailers That DC is Cutting Back Their Comics (UPDATE) Star Wars: Battlefront II Teases "The Chosen One" Update Marvel Maintains Their Lead Over DC Comics in January 2019 Marketshare Happening today… Duffield Comic Con, Duffield Library, Canada, 2.45[...]
2-Tone Comics Flooded Again
The events also inspired Mary and Bryan Talbot to create a graphic novel, Rain, set in the area in the run up to the floods, looking at all the local environmental issues that led to the disaster, and looking at the clear-up situation, and plans necessary to stop it from happening again. Well, it happened again[...]
After Twenty Years, Bryan Talbot Brings Back The Legend of Luther Arkwright
Written and drawn by its creator, the acclaimed graphic novelist Bryan Talbot, it was first serialised in the adult SF comic Near Myths in October 1978, featuring the character Talbot had previously introduced in The Papist Affair in 1976, a short strip for Brainstorm Comix where Arkwright teamed up with a group of cigar-chewing biker[...]
Dark Horse Joins The Sequential Comics iOS App
Fantagraphics, Top Shelf, Knockabout, Blank Slate, Self Made Hero, those are the kind of publishers you expect to find there. Well, now they have sold out to the man. Because they had done a deal with Dark Horse to list their graphic novels as well. Which means Dark Horse, which prided itself on its own independent digital app,[...]
Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Graphic Novels Of 2014
Grandville: Noel  from Jonathan Cape, by Bryan Talbot One that sneaked in at the end of the year, but how wonderfully so, and perfectly pitched for the time of the year This sumptuous telling of an anthropomorphic Victoriana steampunk world dominated by French culture, and an alternate history of our own world took on great resonance[...]
Grandville: Noel – The Evil That Unicorns Do
One of my favourite comic book reads in the runup to Christmas has been Grandville: Noel, the fourth volume in Bryan Talbot's stellar steampunk anthropomorphic detective thriller series And with this volume, given the title and the time of year, takes on a religious feeling. There's nothing a new reader needs to know upon reading the book, but[...]
This Is Bryan Talbot's World, We're Just Lucky Enough To Live In It
Bryan Talbot has, in recent years become one of Britain's most prominent comic book creator, with a Costa Award under his arm for Dotter Of Her Father's Eyes, recognition of academic institutions for Alice In Sunderland, heading up the Lakes Festival and gaining plenty of coverage in the process It's a toss up between him,[...]
Things to Do In Birmingham This Summer If You Like Comics
These include Bryan Talbot (Alice and Sunderland), DC Comics Group editor Joey Cavalieri (The New 52: Future's End), colourist Marie Javins and writer Ian Edgington (Warhammer) If you want to get the chance to have your portfolio critiqued or learn how to ink from James Hodgkins then this is where you need to be on[...]