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Page 54 of Grandville Force Majeure by Bryan Talbot

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Bryan Talbot: Stripography


…does not include covers, illustrated stories or single illustrations. All strips written, pencilled and inked by Bryan Talbot unless otherwise stated. Only short strips have page counts and foreign language reprints are omitted. Strips are in black and white unless colouring is indicated.

Also see Bryan's biography.

Superharris (Ongoing jam with Bonk in Hac, Harris College (aka Preston Polytechnic) student newspaper 1971 - 1972)

Chester P Hackenbush, the Psychedelic Alchemist
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Out of the Crucible (in Brainstorm Comix 2, 1975, Alchemy)
- From Here to Infinity
(in Brainstorm Comix 2, 1976, Alchemy)
- A Streetcar Named Delirium
(in Brainstorm Comix 4, 1977, Alchemy)
All reprinted in one volume in 1982 and in 1999 with added material as BRAINSTORM! Alchemy.

 

The Influence of Hassab-I-Sabbah 1 page (in Seed v5/5, 1976)
Reprinted in Ex-Directory – the Secret Files of Bryan Talbot, 1997, Knockabout Comics and in BRAINSTORM! 1999, Alchemy,

The Papist Affair 7 pages (in The Mixed Bunch 1, 1976, first Luther Arkwright story), Alchemy.
More info about the Crystal Palace Exhibition of 1991 fanzine Reprinted in The Crystal Palace Exhibition of 1991, 1991, Propaganda Comix and in BRAINSTORM! 1999, Alchemy

Komix Comics 2 pages (in Streetcomix 3, 1977 Street Press)
Reprinted in Adult Comics by Roger Sabin, Routledge 1993 and in BRAINSTORM! 1999 Alchemy,

Claude Cloud 1 page, manual seperation colour (in Brainstorm Comix 4, 1977 Alchemy)

The World Heavyweight Roboxing Championship 3 Pages (jam with Bonk, Brainstorm Fantasy Comix 1 1977 Alchemy)

Committed 2 pages (in Kak Comics 2 1977 Street Comics)

Komicsscimok 2 pages(in Kak Comics 2 1977 Street Comics)

Interlude 1 page (in Home Grown 1 1977, Alchemy)
Reprinted in BRAINSTORM! 1999 Alchemy

The Omega Report (in Amazing Rock'n'Roll Adventures, Brainstorm Comix 6 1978 Alchemy)
Reprinted in BRAINSTORM! 1999 Alchemy,

Luther Arkwright
- Serialised in Near Myths 1 - 5 1978 – 1980 Galaxy Media and Pssst! 2 - 10, 1982 Never Ltd (reprints Near Myths and new material.)
- Collected as The Adventures of Luther Arkwright Volume 1, 1982 Never Ltd. Reprinted with new cover 1987.
- For A Few Gallons More
4 page Arkwright and Ogoth the Barbarian strip (jam with Chris Welch, in Moon Comics 3, 1979 Street Comics)
- Reprinted in Sideshow Comics 1 1988 Pan Graphics
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The Fire Opal of Set 2 pages (in Imagine 14, 1984 TSR UK Ltd)
- The Adventures of Luther Arkwright 1 - 9 Valkyrie Press, 1987 - 1989: reprints Near Myths and Pssst! plus new material to complete the story: reprinted as The Adventures of Luther Arkwright 1 – 9, Dark Horse March 1990 - January 1991
- Material not in Volume 1, with the exception of For A Few Gallons More and The Fire Opal of Set, collected in The Adventures of Luther Arkwright Volumes 2 1987, Valkyrie & Volume 3, 1989, Proutt.
- The whole reprinted in one volume, Dark Horse 1997

Frank Fazakerly, Space Ace of the Future (in Ad Astra 1 – 17 October 1978 - September 1981, by BT)
- Serialised in The Manchester Flash, circa 1983. Reprinted in one volume, Frank Fazakerly, Space Ace of the Future, 1991 Kimota Publishing

Ghost Train 1 page (in Comics Plus 5 1979 Fanzine)

Smokey Bears (2 pages, manual seperation colour in Home Grown 5 1979, 1 page in 6, 1980, 1 page in 8, 1980, 3 pages in10, 1981/82 Alchemy, the last strip reprinted in Ex-Directory – the Secret Files of Bryan Talbot, 1997 Knockabout Comics)

Spaced out in Amsterdam 3 pages (in Home Grown 7, 1980 Alchemy)
- Reprinted in Ex-Directory – the Secret Files of Bryan Talbot, 1997 Knockabout Comics

Arnold Gets Cross 4 pages (in Knockabout Comics 2 1981 Knockabout Comics co-plotted by Rick Jakimowicz)
- Reprinted in Ex-Directory – the Secret Files of Bryan Talbot, 1997 Knockabout Comics

The Wages of Sin (in 2000ad, Prog 257, 1982, IPC Written by Alan Moore).
- Reprinted in The Best of 2000ad Monthly 1986 Fleetway, Alan Moore’s Shocking Futures 1986 Titan Books and Time Twisters 1987 Quality

Ro-Busters: Old Red Eyes is Back 7 pages (in 2000ad Annual 1983 IPC Written by Alan Moore)
- Reprinted and crudely re-edited into 5 pages in The Very Best of 2000ad Special Edition, circa 1990 Fleetway

Scumworld (in Sounds, weekly 1983 – 1984 Written by The Crabs from Uranus – BT Pseudonym)

Nemesis (written by Pat Mills)
- The Gothic Empire (in 2000ad Prog 389 - 406 1984 –1985, IPC)
- Reprinted in one Volume as Nemesis Book 3 1985 Titan Books
- The Vengeance of Thoth (in 2000ad Prog 435 - 445 1985, IPC)
- Reprinted in one Volume as Nemesis Book 4 1986 Titan Books
- Torquemurder (in 2000ad Prog 482 - 487, 500 - 504, 1986 –1987 IPC)
- Reprinted in one Volume as Nemesis Book 6 1987 Titan Books
- These Nemesis stories were also serialised in Spellbinders 1987 –88 Quality Comics and also reprinted in The Best of 2000ad Monthly circa 1989 Fleetway
- Torquemada: The Garden of Alien Delights 20 pages (in Diceman 3, 1986, IPC)
- Reprinted in Nemesis Book 7 1987 Titan Books

Cold Snap 4 pages (in Food for Thought Ethiopian benefit comic 1985 Flying Pig Enterprises, Written by Alan Moore)
- Reprinted in International Times circa 1987, Slow Death, 1992 Last Gasp and Ex-Directory – the Secret Files of Bryan Talbot 1997 Knockabout Comics

Slaine 7 pages (Inks only, in 2000ad Prog 431 1985 IPC Written by Pat Mills, pencils by Glen Fabry)

Nightjar (in Arkensword 15, 1985, Fanzine. Written by Alan Moore, 1 page of unpublished story)

Judge Dredd
House of Death 20 pages (in Diceman 1 1986 IPC Written by Pat Mills)
- Reprinted in 2000ad Extreme Edition 1, Autumn 2003, Rebellion.

The Last Voyage of the Flying Dutchman 7 pages (in 2000ad Prog 459 1986 IPC Written by Alan Grant & John Wagner)
Reprinted in Judge Dredd’s Rough Justice 1990 Titan

Judge Dredd and the Seven Dwarves 7 pages Fully painted colour (in Judge Dredd Annual 1987 1986, IPC Written by Alan Grant & John Wagner)
- Reprinted in Judge Dredd’s Crime File 1998 Titan

Ladies Night 8 pages, Fully painted colour (in 2000ad Annual 1987 IPC by Alan Grant & John Wagner)
- Reprinted in Judge Dredd’s Hardcase Papers 4 1991 Fleetway

Untitled Judge Dredd 1 page Fully painted colour (in Info. 1992, Dept. of Trade: free teenage consumer guide circulated to all the schools in the UK. Written by publisher)

Enemy Alien 4 pages (Inks only, in 2000ad Sci-Fi Special 1986 IPC Written and pencilled by Mike Matthews)

Spill it! 1 page (in Heartbreak Hotel 2, 1988 Willyprods/Small Time Ink)
- Reprinted in Ex-Directory – the Secret Files of Bryan Talbot, 1997 Knockabout Comics

From Homogenous to Honey 4 pages (in AARGH! 1988 Mad Love, Written by Neil Gaiman, inks by Mark Buckingham)

Sloth 7 pages (in Seven Deadly Sins, 1989, Knockabout Comics Written by Neil Gaiman)
- Reprinted in Ex-directory: The Secret Files of Bryan Talbot, 1997 Knockabout Comics

The Bloody Saint (in Hellblazer Annual 1, 1989 DC Comics, Written by Jamie Delano, coloured by Lovern Kindzierski)

Mr X: Windows 1/4 page panel of 7 page jam, various artists. (in A1 2 1989 Atomika Press)

The Nazz (in The Nazz 1 - 4, 1990 - 1991 DC Comics, Written by Tom Veitch, coloured by Steve Whittaker (1) and Les Dorscheid (2 – 4)

Africa 3 pages (in The Comic Relief Comic, 1991, Comic Relief written by Igor Goldkind, fully rendered colour by Al Davison, benefit comic)

Sandman (Written by Neil Gaiman)
- August (in Sandman 30, 1991 DC Comics, inks by Stan Woch, coloured by Daniel Vozzo)
- The Song of Orpheus (in Sandman Special 1, 1991 DC Comics, inks by Mark Buckingham, coloured by Daniel Vozzo)
- Both reprinted in Fables and Reflections (Hardback 1993 Trade Paperback 1993 DC Comics)
- A Game of You: Over The Sea to Sky 16 pages (in Sandman 36, 1992 DC Comics, inks by Stan Woch, coloured by Daniel Vozzo)
- Reprinted in A Game of You (Hardback 1993 Trade Paperback 1993 DC Comics)
- Worlds End 34 & 1/2 pages, (framing sequences in Sandman 51 – 56 1993 DC Comics, inked by Mark Buckingham (51 – 55) and Mark Buckingham, Dick Giordano, BT and Steve Leialoha (56), coloured by Daniel Vozzo)
- Reprinted in Worlds End (Hardback 1994 Trade Paperback 1994 DC Comics)
- The Tempest 7 pages (in Sandman 75, 1996 DC Comics, inked by Charles Vess, coloured by Daniel Vozzo)
- Reprinted in The Wake (Hardback 1997 Trade Paperback 1997 DC Comics)
NB: In the case of A Game of You and The Tempest, Bryan was called in for pencilling chores at the last minute to meet deadlines, hence the small page count.
All the above Sandman stories have since been re-issued in a set of standard format trade paperback editions and also as individual comics in the Essential Vertigo series by DC Comics.

Shade the Changing Man: The Sante Fe Trail (in Shade the Changing Man 14, August 1991 DC Comics Written by Peter Milligan, inks by Mark Pennington, coloured by Daniel Vozzo)

Brainworms 10 pages, fully painted colour (in Xpresso Special 2, December 1991 Fleetway Written by Matthias Schultheiss)

Mask in Legends of the Dark Knight 39 – 40, 1992 DC Comics Coloured by Olyoptics)
- Reprinted in Dark Legends 1996 DC Comics (US) Titan Books (UK)

Celtic Warrior 4 pages ( in Dark Horse Presents, 1994 Dark Horse Comics Written by Lucy Swan) - Reprinted in Ex-Directory – the Secret Files of Bryan Talbot, 1997 Knockabout Comics

An Honest Answer 4 pages (in the UK SF Eastercon souvenir booklet 1995 Written by Neil Gaiman) - Reprinted in Ex-Directory – the Secret Files of Bryan Talbot, 1997 Knockabout Comics and Unknown Quantities, benefit comic by Funny Valentine Press (US) 2000.

Last Refuge 2 pages in Kimota 2 Preston SF Group 1995 (From unpublished IPC kids’ horror comic1983) Rescripted by Graeme Hurry

The Nativity on Ice 1 page in Kimota 3 Preston SF Group 1995 Written by Alan Moore (Unpublished Sounds strip from 1983)

Evolution 2 pages (in the UK SF Eastercon souvenir booklet 1996)
- Reprinted in Ex-Directory – the Secret Files of Bryan Talbot, 1997 Knockabout Comics

The Tale of One Bad Rat 1- 4, Fully painted colour (1994 -1995, Dark Horse comics.)
- Trade Paperback edition (1995 Dark Horse comics (US) Titan Books (UK)
- Limited Edition Hardback (1996 Dark Horse comics)
- UK Hardback edition (2008 Jonathan Cape)

Roarin’ Rick’s Rare Bit Fiends 17, A Dream 4 pages (1996 King Hell)

Teknophage
Neil Gaiman’s Mr Hero 1, 6 pages pencils and inks (1995, Tekno Comix Written by Rick Veitch, coloured by Angus McKie,)
Neil Gaiman’s Mr Hero 2, 5 pages, inked by Angus McKie (1995, Tekno Comix Written by Rick Veitch, coloured by Angus McKie,)
Neil Gaiman’s Wheel of Worlds One shot, 11 pages (1995, Tekno Comix Written by Rick Veitch, coloured by Angus McKie,)
Neil Gaiman’s Teknophage 1 – 6 (1995 – 1996, Tekno Comix Written by Rick Veitch, inked and coloured by Angus McKie #6 inked by John Coulthart,)
ShadowDeath 1 – 6 (1996, Tekno Comix Written by BT, pencilled by David Pugh, inked by Tim Perkins, coloured by Angus McKie,)Big Books

The Cannabis Conspiracy 4 pages (in The Big book of Conspiracies 1995, Paradox Press Written by Doug Moench)
- Reprinted in Tales of Reefer Madness, 1999 Zephyr (unauthorised bootleg)

The Ten-in-One 4 pages (in The Big book of Freaks 1996, Paradox Press Written by Ricky Jay)

Sore Losers 2 pages (in The Big book of Losers1997, Paradox Press Written by Paul Kirchner)

The King and Mrs Simpson 2 pages (in The Big book of Scandal 1997, Paradox Press Written by Jonathan Vankin)

Weird Romance (in The Dreaming 9 –12, 1997 DC Comics, Written by BT, pencilled and inked by Dave Taylor (9) and pencilled by Peter Dougherty, inked by Tayyar Ozkan (10 - 12), coloured by Daniel Vozzo)

The Worm (Trade Paperback version of The Longest Comic Strip in the World charity project, 2 panels, 1999, Slab O’ Concrete, Written by Alan Moore and others and drawn by “a galaxy of greats”)

Heart of Empire, or the Legacy of Luther Arkwright 1 – 9, (1999, Dark Horse comics coloured by Angus McKie)
- Trade paperback and hardback editions 2001 Dark Horse comics
- Reprinted 2008

Sire 4 pages, Fully painted colour (in Vampires, 2001, Editions Carabas (France) Written by Jérôme Martineau)

The Dead Boy Detectives and the Secret of Immortality 1 – 4 (2001, DC Comics Written by Ed Brubaker, inked by Steve Leialoha, coloured by Danny Vozzo)
- Trade paperback edition 2008 DC Comics

Memento 12 pages “silent” strip Fully painted/computer colour (in 2000AD Prog 2002, Rebellion 2001)

Untitled 2 pages 9/11 benefit book 2002

Real Life Rock Tales 1 page full colour Written by Nick Cave (Spin magazine (USA) Jan 2003)

Bag o’Bones 22 pages (Fables # 11 DC Comics 2003 Written by Bill Willingham Coloured by Danny Vozzo)
- Reprinted in the Trade Paperback Fables; Storybook Love 2007

Nightjar 8 pages (Yuggoth Cultures #1 Avatar Comics 2003 Written by Alan Moore)

The History of British Comics 3 pages (The Guardian Guide Newspaper supplement September 2007)

Alice in Sunderland Graphic novel (Jonathan Cape UK, Dark Horse USA September 2007)

Cherubs! Graphic novel (Desperado November 2007 Written by BT, drawn by Mark Stafford)

Metronome Graphic novel (NBM Spring 2008 written and drawn under the nom-de-plume Veronique Tanaka)

Grandville Graphic Novel (Jonathan Cape, UK, Dark Horse USA October 2009)

What is Corruption? 5 page framing strip for CTRL. ALT. SHIFT Unmasks Corruption anthology (CTRL. ALT. SHIFT November 2009)

Little Red Riding Hood 5 pages (Image May 2010 written by BT, drawn by Camilla d’Errico, coloured by Edison Yan. 36 page anthology to be given free on Free Comic Book Day, May 1, a primer to a much larger anthology to be published Fall 2010

Grandville Mon Amour Graphic novel (Jonathan Cape, UK, Dark Horse USA November 2010)

Caterpillars 6 page Judge Dredd strip for 2000AD Prog 1730, co-drawn with Alwyn Talbot, written by Michael Carroll. (Rebellion, April 2011)

Copy Error Pencils and Inks 6 page strip written by Mike Carey in The Unwritten 31.5 (DC Vertigo November 2011)

Cherubs! Graphic novel (Dark Horse 2012 Written by BT, drawn by Mark Stafford)

Dotter of Her Father's Eyes Graphic novel Written by Mary Talbot (Jonathan Cape UK, Dark Horse US February 2012)

The History of Foyles 2 giant-size panels in the 28 panel comic strip history of Foyles bookshop, Charing Cross Road, London, displayed on the hoardings surrounding the site of the new building. November 2012

Grandville Bête Noire Graphic novel (Jonathan Cape, UK, Dark Horse USA December 2012)

Open Letter to a Comics Virgin 2 page strip for The Author magazine (Society of Authors, 2013)

Sally Heathcote Suffragette Graphic novel, written by Mary Talbot, lettering, layouts and rough pencils by Bryan, finished artwork by Kate Charlesworth (UK Jonathan Cape, May 2014, Dark Horse USA)

Hoax 2 pages in Ravi Thornton's graphic novel (various artists, Ziggy's Wish 2014)

Grandville Noël Graphic novel (Jonathan Cape, UK, Dark Horse USA November 2014)

The Keel Line 230-metre strip of illustrated (sandblasted) granite pavement running across Sunderland's Keel Square, combining a list of all the ships built on the River Wear and a sequential illustrated history of the city. Ist phase opened 2015, 2nd phase begins construction next year.

The Red Virgin and the Vision of Utopia Graphic novel, written by Mary Talbot (UK Jonathan Cape 2016, Dark Horse USA)

Deeds Not Words Six page strip, written by Mary Talbot, lettering, layouts and rough pencils by Bryan, finished artwork by Kate Charlesworth. Appeared in the Amnesty International anthology Here I Stand (Walker Books 2016)

Grandville Force Majeure Graphic novel (Jonathan Cape, UK, Dark Horse USA November 2017)

If She Didn't Love Me 2 page strip, written by Mags Visaggio For the planned parenthood benefit anthology Mine! (ComicMix USA December 2017)

Also see Bryan's biography.