Bryan and Mary Talbot
Wigan-born Bryan and Mary Talbot are two of the UK’s finest graphic novelists, who have allowed their unfettered imaginations to soar off in an anarcho-left direction.
Bryan emerged from the underground comix scene of the 1960s and has worked for large titles such as 2000AD, Dark Horse and DC Comics (including Batman and Sandman), and genre-busting graphic novels such as Alice in Sunderland and the anthropomorphic steampunk detective series, Grandville.
Mary’s graphic novels include Sally Heathcote, Suffragette and the biography of Paris Commune leader Louise Michel in The Red Virgin and the Vision of Utopia, as well as the personal exploration, Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes.
Bryan and Mary live in Sunderland, and continue to be prolific graphic novelists.
McCarthy -New Left Review #2
The Graham Bond Organisation -Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?
They Might Be Giants -No Cops
Zounds -More Trouble
Isaac Hughes-Dennis -Last Will and Testament (Recorded Live on Under The Pavement)