THE GRAPHIC NOVEL MAN:
THE COMICS OF BRYAN TALBOT
INTRODUCED BY MICHAEL MOORCOCK
Internationally acclaimed, multi-award winning writer/artist Bryan Talbot has been described as ‘a dazzling and tireless exponent of the comic art form’. This Digital Story Engine DVD presentation has unprecedented access to behind the scenes material and personal stories. THE GRAPHIC NOVEL MAN: THE COMICS OF BRYAN TALBOT provides the definitive Bryan Talbot experience for established fans and first time readers.
SPECIAL GUESTS INCLUDE:
Neil Gaiman, Joe Sacco, Warren Ellis, Gilbert Shelton, Ian Rankin, Kim Newman, David Lloyd, Pat Mills, John Wagner, Charlie Adlard, Carlos Ezquerra, D’Israeli, Doug Braithwaite, Andy Diggle, Simon Fraser, Al Davison, Mary Talbot, Hunt Emerson, Paul Gravett, Mark Stafford, Professor Henry Jenkins, Dr. Mel Gibson, Lee Harris, Dan Charnley, Richard ‘Chester’ West, and Jordan Smith.
Produced by: Digital Story Engine
Duration: 150 minutes [approximately]
Release Date: 12/05/14
THE GRAPHIC NOVEL MAN: THE COMICS OF BRYAN TALBOT is the much anticipated DVD release produced by Digital Story Engine. The DVD features:
INTRODUCTION BY MICHAEL MOORCOCK
THE GRAPHIC NOVEL MAN: THE COMICS OF BRYAN TALBOT [Title film]. THE GRAPHIC NOVEL MAN traces not only the life and career of the great artist/writer, but explores the talent and passion that have made Bryan Talbot one of the world’s most influential comic creators.
Bryan Talbot emerged in the mid-70s as a major force in the British Underground Comix scene with The Adventures of Luther Arkwright – the first UK graphic novel. His work on Batman, 2000AD, Sandman and Hellblazer, laid the creative foundations for his groundbreaking The Tale of One Bad Rat and the ‘dream documentary’ Alice in Sunderland.
Bryan’s innovative collaboration with his wife Mary Talbot Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes won the 2013 Costa Biography Award. His maverick approach to expanding the boundaries of sequential storytelling continues in the best selling Grandville series of anthropomorphic Steam Punk detective thrillers – hailed as Rupert the Bear meets Quentin Tarantino!
WRITING PICTURES AND DRAWING WORDS focuses on Bryan’s unique approach to creating comics. The essential comic crafts of Scripting, Layout, Pencilling, Inking, Colouring and Lettering are all discussed and lavishly illustrated in the context of Bryan’s career spanning multi-award winning comics and graphic novels with additional expert contributions from other best selling comic artists and writers. .
GRANDVILLE BÊTE NOIRE: THE EVOLUTION OF PAGE 94
COMMENTARY BY BRYAN TALBOT.
On the 18th of May 2012, Bryan Talbot invited Digital Story Engine to record him at work in his studio. Over the next three days, DSE documented the Pencilling and Inking stages of page 94 of GRANDVILLE BÊTE NOIRE – the third volume in the Eisner and Hugo award nominated Grandville series.
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