The Bryan Talbot fans Facebook group

Join the Facebook group for Bryan Talbot fans.

We are also on Twitter too - so give us a follow and join in the conversation!



Also see the Bryan Talbot t-shirt and merchandise shop! -we've got a vast array of Bryan's images on lots of different t-shorts, as well as other items like mugs and fine art prints: - but if there's anything else you'd like just let us know on Twitter or at the Facebook group- it's very quick and easy to put together a new item if people want it.we've just got the cover to Grandville: Bete Noire on some shirts: let us know on Twitter or at the Facebook group what other images you'd like.


 

You can buy original Bryan Talbot artwork in the online shop




Did you know that you can read the whole first chapter of the Heart of Empire CD-Rom online for free right now? Yup; this is such a complex concept to try and put across that we said "to hell with it; just put the whole first chapter up there; that way people can see exactly what it is and buy it if they like it and have their curiosity satisfied either way."


This is the new version of the Bryan Talbot fanpage
But the whole of the original Bryan Talbot fanpage is still online


From Homogenous to Honey

The Homogenous comic is a collaboration between Bryan Talbot and Neil Gaiman with inks by Mark Buckingham and letters by Steve Craddock.

It was a protest against proposed homophobic legislation in the UK in 1988 and showed what would happen if all fey and homosexual influences were removed from society. Bryan said "It appeared in the benefit comic AARGH! (Artists Against Rampant Government Homophobia) published by Alan Moore's Mad Love imprint and was my first collaboration with Neil." Also see the Wikipedia article on AARGH!

If you'd like to see the whole comic in one huge file then go for it - but be warned: it is kinda huge! - otherwise check out panel 1, panel 2, panel 3, panel 4, panel 5, panel 6, panel 7, panel 8, panel 9, panel 10, panel 11, panel 12,

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And if you liked this then also check out Memento - a totally "silent" free online comic by Bryan, and the Cannabis Conspiracy - another rant from Bryan as to the real reasons that cannabis is illegal...

And finally there is another Bryan Talbot / Neil Gaiman collaboration on the site: An Honest Answer which (not entirely seriously) tries to let you know where artists and writers get their ideas from.