Grandville Force Majeure original art now on sale

Page 54 of Grandville Force Majeure by Bryan Talbot

Grandville Force Majeure original artwork is now available to buy.


 


The Bryan Talbot fans Facebook group

Join the Facebook group for Bryan Talbot fans and chat with other fans and add Bryan's signing events to your calendar!


Bryan has released a new set of original artwork for sale in the online shop



The Heart of Empire Directors Cut contains all of the Adventures of Luther Arkwright - and all of Heart of Empire - plus every page of Heart of Empire in pencils, inks and final full colour version - and 60,000 words of Bryan's commentary: it's the Directors Cut of Heart of Empire - and, at £12.00 the cheapest way to buy both Heart of Empire and the Adventures of Luther Arkwright. Buy it now in the Bryan Talbot fanpage shop.


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If you want to buy any of Bryan's comics, check out the Bryan Talbot graphic novel online shop!


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


The Red Virgin and the Vision of Utopiaby Bryan and Mary Talbot - official homepage

The official Sally Heathcote: Suffragette homepage

Sally Heathcore: Suffragette by Mary and Bryan Talbot and Kate Charlesworth

This is the official home on the web for Bryan and Mary Talbo and Kate Charlesworth's graphic novel Sally Heathcote: Suffragette.

How women won the vote

Kate Charlesworth, Bryan and Mary Talbot give a talk on Sally Heathcote: Suffragette at the Edinburgh Book Festival in August 2014



Reviews of Sally Heathcote:

Both Sally Heathcote: Suffragette and Grandville Noël feature in Joe Gordon's best books of 2014, over on the Forbidden Planet International blog.

Woman and her sphere reviews Sally Heathcote: "I had no hesitation in deciding that Sally Heathcote Suffragette was a winner."

The Independent: "Talbot deals with these complexities with a deft hand, weaving a tale around fictional Sally that encompasses both the bright and dark moments of the movement."

The Guardian: "The suffragettes' struggle reborn as a gripping graphic adventure"

Down The Tubes: Creating Sally Heathcote: Suffragete

The Skinny: "As notable for its historical accuracy as it is for its engrossing storyline, this is the sort of book you'll wish you'd read at school."

The Express: "Never read a graphic novel? Sally Heathcote: Suffragette is a great place to start."

Digital Spy: "their fascinating account of the battle for universal suffrage."

The Herald Scotland: "an example of how effective the graphic novel form can be"

Woman and her Sphere: Suffrage Stories: Five Reasons To Love Sally Heathcote: Suffragette

 

 

Mary Talbot and Kate Charlesworth have their guest Director's Commentary on Sally Heathcote: Suffragette up on the Forbidden Planet blog - for those not familiar with that, it's an occasional feature they run where instead of one of them doing review or interview the spot is given to the creators to talk about their new work in their own words. Nice way to give readers some insight into interesting new work and hopefully also get the book onto their reading radar.

Sally wins graphic novel award!
The Spanish edition of Sally Heathcote, Suffragette has been awarded Best Graphic Novel of the Year by the Madrid Booksellers Association. The publishers, Ediciones La Cúpula, will be releasing their second edition in December.

The Jury said: "The main character of the story, the redhead Sally Heathcote, represents thousands of women who in the early twentieth century in the United Kingdom planned and launched a struggle for civil rights which were banned to them, including the right to vote, essential to achieve the right to equality."

Sally Heathcote wins second Spanish award
The Spanish edition of the book, Sally Heathcote, Sufragista, published by Ediciones La Cúpula, received the Splash award for Best Graphic Novel of 2015 at the Sagunt Comics Festival in February.

It's a timely preview of the book, as in June 2013 we have the centenary of the death of the renowned militant suffragette, Emily Wilding Davison.

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Sally Heathcote, Suffragette charts the fortunes of a maid-of-all-work as she is swept up in the feminist activism of the Edwardian era.

Written by Mary, it is currently being illustrated by Kate Charlesworth, with Bryan doing the lettering and detailed layouts."

Te best way to illustrat how Bryan, Mary and Kate worked on the book: this is one of the layout pages he has created and sent over to Kate.

And of course, don't forget to check out Mary Talbot's site; Bryan's wife and co-author and writer of the Sally Heathcote and also Kate Charlesworth's site.