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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.

Superman

Here's a cover Bryan's recently done for Superman: World of New Krypton. It'll be out in the first week of September.

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The Art of Bryan Talbot

"The Art of Bryan Talbot" is mainly a collection of the best magazine and book illustrations Bryan has done over the years, plus some previously unpublished material, such as some examples of his home made comics drawn when he was about 12 and a selection of life drawings. It's 96 pages with a commentary by Bryan and is published by NBM in December. There's an introduction by Neil Gaiman.

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Detective-Inspector LeBrock of Scotland Yard, from Bryan Talbot's forthcoming graphic novel, "Grandville"

Grandville

Grandville is an anthropomorphic steampunk detective-thriller. This is the protagonist, Detective-Inspector LeBrock of Scotland Yard. Also see the Grandville homepage for more info on this forthcoming graphic novel.

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The history of British comics

This is a three page stip that Bryan recently did for the Guardian newspaper; he even got to do the cover for their review section! - go straight to page 1 or the double spread pages 2 and 3. (these pages are huge - they have to be to fit in all of the detail that Bryan put into the pages.)

 

 
   
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