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The Official Bryan Talbot fanpage / The Pregallery Page
 

The Bryan Talbot Gallery:
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This gallery contains the latest pictures sent to me by Bryan for inclusion on the site, and as ever they comprise an eclectic mix. Don't forget the comprehensive list of galleries on the site, and also the list of every image on the site on a single page. As ever, click on the thumbnail sized images to see them at full size.

The Endless - in colour

Bryan emailed me to say: "Just received this from the guy who originally commissioned it - a colour version of the image that you animated for the site, by legendary American computer colourist Steve Oliff."

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The Endless - 2

This second Endless commission was for someone who saw the first one and requested the same, this time set in Feudal Japan.

Also see the animation of these two versions.(but it is a large file so beware the download time!)

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Octobriana - the movie!

An Octobriana movie has just been announced!

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Bart and Homer Simpson

Bryan says about this image: "An American cartoon writer proposed a Simpsons story to one of the Bongo Comics' titles wherein Homer and Bart end up in a parallel world. In this world everything's more "realistic" and they run up against the totalitarian regime that controls the parallel. They eventually triumph, of course, and return home. The framing sequences at beginning and end would have been produced in the usual Matt Groening style. I'd agreed to draw the parallel world section and did this rough sketch to show how I'd treat the characters. Any more realistic than this and Bart and Homer start to be unrecognisable. Unfortunately the editor decided that the story would be "too disturbing"."

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The Endless

The Endless. A private commission. Characters copyright DC Comics Inc.

Also see the animation of these two versions.(but it is a large file so beware the download time!)

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Ragnarok video cover

Ragnarok was a project started by Bryan when he was approached by the animation company looking for ideas. He put them in touch with the then unknown writer Alan Moore who created the character and story. Bryan then designed the character and did the cover and logo artwork (which, by the way, was never returned so if you see it give us a shout). The animation artwork was done by a variety of young up and coming artists and featured Mike Collin's first professional work.

Because this image is a video cover there are two pages: one of the entire cover (which is a page that's a lot wider than normal!) and one showing the front cover only.

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Bryan Talbot - self portrait

Bryan painted this self protrait to say Happy 25th annivsary to the Gijon comics festival.

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Wizard!

 

An illustration by Bryan for a role playing game, of a wizard.

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The Nazz: Speakeasy Front cover 1990

The Nazz from the Speakeasy magazine: a cover from 1990. Also see the Nazz front cover gallery.

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But the Goths are sick!

A mate of Bryan's saw this band called Katscan, who are using one of Bryan's panels for their t-shirts. This page has a large version of the panel, and a pic of a fan wearingthe t-shirt.

The band are quite obviously anti Goth, because of the sentiments expressed in the panel!

The band have a website up and the t-shirt for sale!

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Fables spread inks

The inks for a double page spread showing the Battle of the Yellow Bayou for the story Bag O'Bones written by Bill Willingham for what we now know will be Fables #11, to be published by DC Vertigo in March next year. Bryan has pencilled and is inking it now. Reproduced here by kind permission of DC Comics Inc.

Because the image is so big and detailed there are two versions: a medium sized version and an extremely large version. The big one is huge and will take a glacial epoch to download, so don't say you weren't warned!

Also check out the interview Bryan has given at the Wizard World site, entitiled The Fables of Bryan Talbot.

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