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The guided tour of the site


If you are new to Bryan's work then I have created this page as a guided tour of his life and work so that you can get a grip on it and decide if you want to get into it yourself. This page is intended to be your base as you tour round what's here with my guidance as to what is helpful to look at.

First of all there is the work that Bryan is most famous for, the Adventures of Luther Arkwright. To get an idea of what this is about then I'd suggest looking at Popimage's review of the Adventures, as it is not only a sound recommendation but it also gives a good insight into what is going on. To get an idea of Bryan and his work then check out the Biography page.

After that I would suggest taking a look at Popimage's review of Heart of Empire which is the sequel to The Adventures of Luther Arkwright, and is also a darn good read that can stand on it's own without needing you to have read the first adventures.

Then there is the Popimage review of the Tale of One Bad Rat, Bryan's massively sensitive and caring story of how one young girl survives child abuse - and survives damn well! One page to read after that would be the letter of thanks written by a fan to Bryan about One Bad Rat.

After this it is time to take in some of Bryan's artwork, so can I suggest a selection from the Galleries page? - don't worry, there will be no images inflicted on your download time immediately, it's simply a place to make further selections from. Some of my own personal favourites of Bryan's images are the Death of Rose, the Battle of London, Luther Ascending and The Doors of Perception.


Let me know if this tour has been helpful and if not, also let me know so I can make it better!

Heart of Empire has also got it's own homepage where I have accumalated all I can find on it, as has The Tale of One Bad Rat.

The design and content of this page and this entire website is copyright 1999, 2006 by James Robertson: all images are copyright 1999, 2006 by Bryan Talbot