Cinema |
19th October 2014

6.00-7.30 Venue:  BAC The Warehouse Cafe

Internationally-acclaimed, multi-award winning writer/artist Bryan Talbot has been described as “a dazzling and tireless exponent of the comic art form”.  The Graphic Novel Man: The Comics of Bryan Talbot provides the definitive Bryan Talbot experience for established fans and first-time readers.  This title release from the Digital Story Engine documentary series has unprecedented access to behind the scenes material and personal stories. 

Starring 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 M. Talbot, Hunt Emerson, Paul Gravett, Mark Stafford, Professor Henry Jenkins, Dr. Mel Gibson, Lee Harris, Dan Charnley, Richard ‘Chester’ West, and Jordan Smith.

This special screening will be introduced by Bryan Talbot.

THE GRAPHIC NOVEL MAN: THE COMICS OF BRYAN TALBOT is available to buy on DVD and HD Digital Download at – Price: £15.99 | Duration: 142 minutes | Rated: E

If you would like to download a copy for this year's timetable of the Comic Festival please click HERE, this will take you an on-line digital version that can also be downloaded.


19th October 2014

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