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The Official Bryan Talbot fanpage
 

The Bryan Talbot Stripography

 

This is a list of Bryan's published work:: I try and make it as comprehensive as possible, but every so often Bryan will remember another item that needs to be included in here....

Where there is a link indicated, it will be to another page on this site, and it will consist of an image of that character or comic. Bryan suggested that I add to the site a list of all of the complete strips that are on it, and the strip listing is the result.

Superharris (with Bonk in Hac, 1971 - 1972)
     
Chester P Hackenbush, the Psychedelic Alchemist (by Bryan Talbot)
  Out of the Crucible (in Brainstorm Comix 2, Nov 1975)
  From Here to Infinity (in Brainstorm Comix 2, Jul 1976)
  A Streetcar Named Delirium (in Brainstorm Comix 4, Feb 1977)
     
The Influence of Hassab-I-Sabbah (in Seed v5/5, Jul 1976, by BT)
     
The Papist Affair (in The Mixed Bunch 1, Nov 1976, by BT, early Luther Arkwright)
     
Komix Comics (in Streetcomix 3, May 1977, by BT)
     
The World Heavyweight Roboxing Championship (with Bonk, Brainstorm Fantasy Comix 1, Summer 1977)
     
Committed (in Kak Comics 2, July 1977)
     
Komicsscimok (in Kak Comics 2, July 1977)
     
Interlude (in Home Grown 1, Autumn 1977, by BT)
     
The Omega Report (in Amazing Rock'n'Roll Adventures, 1978, by BT)
     
Luther Arkwright (by BT)
  in Near Myths 1 - 5 September 1978 - April 1980
  in Pssst! 2 - 10, February - October 1982: reprints Near Myths and new material
  Luther Arkwright & Ogoth: For A Few Gallons More (with Chris Welch, in Moon Comics 3 1979
  in Luther Arkwright: The Fire Opal of Set (in Imagine 14, May 1984)
  in The Adventures of Luther Arkwright 1 - 9 October 1987 - February 1989: reprints Near Myths and Pssst! plus new material to complete the story: reprinted as Luther Arkwright 1 - 9 March 1990 - January 1991
     
Frank Fazakerly, Space Ace of the Future (in Ad Astra 1 - 17, October 1978 - September 1981, by BT)
 
Ghost Train (in Comics Plus 5, 1979)
     
Smokey Bears (in Home Grown 5 - 6, 8, 10, Summer 1979 - Spring 1980, Autumn 1980, Winter 1981/82, by BT)
     
Spaced out in Amsterdam, (in Home Grown 7, Summer 1980)
     
Arnold Gets Cross (in Knockabout 2 by BT abd Rick Jakimowicz)
     
The Wages of Sin (in 2000ad 257, 27th March 1982, by Alan Moore)
     
Ro-Busters: Old Red Eyes is Back (in 2000ad Annual 1983, by Alan Moore)
     
Scumworld (in Sounds July 1983 - April 1984, by The Crabs from Uranus)
     
Nemesis (by Pat Mills)
  The Gothic Empire (in 2000ad 389 - 406 27 October 1984 - 23 February 1985)
  The Vengeance of Thoth (in 2000ad 435 - 445 14 September - 23 November 1985)
  Torquemurder (in 2000ad 482 - 487, 500 - 504, 9 August - 13 September, 13 December 1986, 10 January 1987)
  Torquemada: The Garden of Alien Delights (in Diceman 3, June 1986)
     
Cold Snap (in Food for Thought, April 1985, by Alan Moore)
     
Slaine (in 2000ad 431, August 1985, by Pat Mills, pencils by Glen Fabry)
     
Nightjar (in Arkensword 15, 1985, by Alan Moore, 1 page of unpublished story)
     
Judge Dredd
  You Are Judge Dredd: House of Death (in Diceman 1, January 1986, by Pat Mills)
  The Last Voyage of the Flying Dutchman (in 2000ad 459, 1 March 1986, by Alan Grant & John Wagner)
  Judge Dredd and the Seven Dwarves (in Judge Dredd Annual 1987, by Alan Grant & John Wagner)
  Ladies Night (in 2000ad Annual 1987, by Alan Grant & John Wagner)
  (untitled) (in Info. 1992, 1 page information strip)
  Enemy Alien (with Mike Matthews, in 2000ad Sci-Fi Special 1986, by Mike Matthews)
     
Spirit (in Heartbreak Hotel 2, February 1988, by BT)
     
From Homogenous to Honey (in AARGH! October 1988, by Neil Gaiman, inks by Mark Buckingham)
     
Sloth (in Seven Deadly Sins, May 1989, by Neil Giaman)
     
John Constantine: The Bloody Saint (in Hellblazer Annual 1, October 1989, by Jamie Delano)
     
The Nazz (in the Nazz 1 - 4, October 1990 - April 1991, by Tom Veitch)
     
Comic Relief (in Comic Relief Comic, March 1991)
     
Sandman (by Neil Gaiman)
  The Song of Orpheus (in Sandman Special 1, 1991, inks by Mark Buckingham)
  August (in Sandman 30, September 1991, inks by Stan Woch)
  A Game of You: Over The Sea to Sky (in Sandman 36, April 1992, inks by Stan Woch, part only)
     
Shade the Changing Man: The Sante Fe Trail (in Shade the Changing Man 14, August 1991, by Peter Milligan, inks by Mark Pennington)
     
Brainworm (in Xpresso Special 2, December 1991, by Matthias Scultheiss)
 
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.
 
The Tale of One Bad Rat, 1995, by Bryan Talbot, published by Dark Horse comics.
 

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)

 
 
Evolution 2 pages (in the UK SF Eastercon souvenir booklet 1996) Reprinted in Ex-Directory the Secret Files of Bryan Talbot, 1997 Knockabout Comics
 
Heart of Empire, or the Legacy of Luther Arkwright, 1999, published by Dark Horse comics.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
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