Bryan and Mary M. Talbot guests of the Naples Comicon 2020
Through another post on his page facebook official Comicon has announced another prestigious guest for the year 2020 which will be held from 30 April to 3 may next.
This is a pair that is the legendary Bryan Talbot and his wife Mary M., who present their latest work, “Dotter of her Father's Eyes” which will be released for Nicola Fish Publisher.
Bryan Talbot (24 February 1952) is an artist and writer of comics, british, known primarily as the creator of The adventures of Luther Arkwright and its sequel Heart of Empire, as well as the series, Grandville.
His career in the world of the Ninth Art begins with the underground comics of the late ’60s. In 1969, his early works appear to be illustrations on the "Mallorn", the magazine of the British Tolkien Society.
After leaving the college realizes the Brainstorm Comix, the first three of which form the trilogy of Chester P. Hackenbush, a character reworked by Alan Moore as Chester Williams for the famous Swamp Thing.
In 1978, Talbot begins The adventures of Luther Arkwright, one of its best known personalities that will mark the imagination of the international graphic novel. Initially published in "the Near Myths", will then be collected in a single volume by Dark Horse Comics: its importance is due to the fact of being recognized as one of the first graphic novel by british. From the beginning to the mid-Eighties he made some of the main issues of the tip of 2000 AD Nemesis the Warlock, Judge Dredd, and The tale of One Bad Rat.
Talbot passes to the american market in the ’90s, primarily for DC Comics, with such titles as Hellblazer, Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight and Dead Boy Detectives. He collaborated with Neil Gaiman in the award-winning The Sandman destinies by making their the narrative arcs “Fables & Reflections”, “A Game of You” and “Worlds'End”.
Illustrates some of the cards for the role playing game Magic: The Gathering.
Collaborates with the Fables of Bill Willingham, in addition to come back in the universe of Luther Arkwright Heart of Empire.
In 2006, he produced the graphic novel Metronome, a visual poem existential, devoid of text written under the pseudonym Véronique Tanaka.
In 2007, the public Alice in Sunderland, which documents the connections between Lewis Carroll, Alice Liddell and the area of Sunderland and Wearside.
His latest works represent the beginning of the artistic partnership with his wife, writer Mary: Dotter of her father's eyes (Premio Costa 2012), the Red Virgin and the Rain are among the graphic novel of the great success of public and critic, born in these last years of activity.
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