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All these and more form the missions of Parallel Lines, taking the team from the New England swamps to a dystopian London, via post apocalyptic landscapes, industrial hells, an undersea arcology and an Edinburgh on the verge of revolution.
Don't miss it and stay tuned for a competition offering Grandville artwork as prizes. I think they're superbly designed, beautifully conceived, admirably written – everything about them is terrific. A graphic novel built on the solid foundation of a strong story." - Philip Pullman.
The Date: Saturday October 14th 2017 The Time: 3.30pm until Clock Tower closes The Venue: Upstairs in Kendal Comics Clock Tower (lift access, yes! "Bryan Talbot has an infectious enthusiasm for the Graphic Novel form. I open one of his books and I don't know what I'm going to get until I am there on the page.
While there, they were presented with an award for their collaborations from Festival Director Fran Garcia. Bryan and Mary just received a scan of the cover to the Turkish edition of Dotter of her Father's Eyes ("Fathers and Daughters"), so here's a chance to let you see the other non-English language editions.And the Spanish hardback edition: The Spanish softback translation: Abd the Serbian translation: The Polish translation: Chinese: Saturday 10th March 2018 update: The British Library is hosting an event on digital comics in April, as part of its "Digital Conversations" series - and Bryan is one of the guests, providing input on creator rights.The Lakes International Comic Art Festival - of which Bryan is a founding patron - on the weekend of 12 - 14 October 2018 in Kendal in the English Lake District has announced their Early Bird Passes are now available!This is an amazing festival: the only one in England run in the European style where the comics literally take over the whole town.Every year they have amazing guests and a huge range of events. Bryan was a guest yesterday at the unveiling of the plaque to commemorate the opening of Sunderland's new arts centre, the completely refurbished Edwardian Fire Station in the city centre.