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This is the latest in the gallery series, with some new images from various sources, even including a photo of Bryan, myself and Victoria from Heart of Empire!

Bryan, Victoria and me!

A photo from the Eagle Awards Ceremony at Comics 2000, featuring left to right, me, Victoria Arkwright Stuart and Bryan...


G-Man was never published. It was written by Pat Mills and one of the strips in a dummy magazine produced by Emap called Heroes, a rival to 2000AD. This was the front cover.

San Diego Booklet Illustration

This is Bryan's illustration for the San Diego convention, one of whose themes is "giant robots and dinosaurs"!

Serpents Kiss

This is promotional illustration for a film proposal called Serpents Kiss for Ed Would Productions

Old 2000 ad cover

This is an old 2000ad cover recently sent to me by a fan, showing Bryan's work on the cover of the Galaxy's greatest comic...


The one and only God of the Guitar - Jimi

Bryan painted this image in the early '80's for a greetings card: it has since been re-used many times, as a giant wall poster and was used as a Hendrix CD cover in Germany and Warner Brothers used it as the cover of their Jimi Hendrix video.

Ax Preston

Bryan has recently done these sketches of the three protagonists for SF writer Gwyneth Jones. They are from her forthcoming novel Bold As Love. Bryan may be doing the frontispiece for the book: this is Ax Preston.

Bold As Love,

The sun was setting in a flood of scarlet and gold, as a small white van cruised to a halt on the Caversham Road. Heraldic colour arced majestically over the Thames valley, glowing in the edging windscreens and blanking out the visors of the traffic cops. The van, Anansi's Jamaica Kitchen, was driven by a calm, amiable Rasta who seemed to have been training himself from birth for trials like this-




Imagine three extraordinary people, in some most extraordinary times... It's Dissolution Summer. As the United Kingdom prepares to break up into three nations, (Northern Ireland already someone else's problem), the Counterculturals have gathered, in Hyde Park, at Glastonbury, and notably in the meadows by the river at Reading, for a festival where everything's allowed. Among them is a talented little brat called Fiorinda, rock and roll princess by birth, searching for her father, the legendary Rufus O'Niall. Instead she finds Ax Preston, the soft-spoken guitar-man with bizarre delusions about saving the country from the dark ages. Shit happens.


The pop-icon team that's supposed to make the government look cool features Fiorinda, Ax Preston, and Sage Pender, techno-wizard king of the lads. More shit happens. When they said everything's allowed, down by that riverside, they weren't envisaging automatic rifles...

A shamelessly romantic fantasy about England. And rock and roll.


Winds of Winter

This is the first piece of artwork Bryan has done completely on computer.. It's for an Italian comic called Winds Of Winter, written by Gianluca Pirreda and drawn by Stefano Cardoselli, to be published in September.

Luther... on a cliff!

This is a picture that Bryan drew for Walt Parrish's site... Walt has a unique hook: he asks people to draw something on or near a cliff!

Check his site out: there are a lot of comic artist's work there.


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