The Bryant & May Graphic Novel Finds A Home

Bryant and May

After much perseverance I’ve struck a deal for the Bryant & May graphic novel – and the result could not have been a better one. It will be published here in the UK by PS Publishing, as their first modern comic. PS are the producers of the great big beautiful ‘Red Gloves’ volumes – this will be less expensive but will have lots of fun stuff as added value. It means that Keith and I will be able to ensure that the delicate watercolours of the original are reproduced properly. Pete Crowther at PS is a comics lover and the quality will be assured.

It’ll be out in plenty of time for Christmas, like the Beano annual!

20 comments on “The Bryant & May Graphic Novel Finds A Home”

  1. Vickie says:

    TWO THUMBS UP … and a huge grin!

  2. Martin Gore says:

    This news is very good news indeed, congratulations Chris and Keith. Made my day that has. I’m working my way through Red Gloves at the moment and I look forward to PS publishing this. Here’s hoping this will be the first of more B&M graphic adventures.

  3. J. Folgard says:

    Wonderful, wonderful news! Keep us posted on the production process, I’ve already preordered this in my head -Cheers!

  4. Gretta says:

    Yay! Just Yay! 😀

  5. Dan Terrell says:

    Excellent. Make sure Amazon gets it. Half of the way through Red Gloves: many thumbs up.

  6. madmary says:

    That is brilliant news! And Christmas present sorted for my husband! (which I can borrow of course)


  7. stephen groves says:

    Hi Chris,

    Good news at last.It couldn’t be in safer hands.

    All Best


  8. Russ Varley says:

    Fantastic news, I can start my letter to Santa now!


  9. Steve says:


  10. J F Norris says:

    Yahoo! So happy for you and Keith. And we your loving public are overjoyed as you can read by all those effusive comments. Need I add – I can’t wait!

    BTW – currenlty enjoying the bloodbath and gore of HELL TRAIN. Wow! Hammer horror movies were never like this. I think the special effects budget required would’ve bankrupted them in the 1960s.

  11. BangBang!! says:

    Fantastic news – congratulations. I can’t wait!

  12. Kevin says:

    Excellent news. You’ll be selling at least one copy of the first day of publication, as far as I am concerned.

  13. Helen Martin says:

    That is a wonderful bit of foreshortened viewing up there, by the way.

  14. Peter says:

    Hi Chris,

    this is wonderful news! I am happy for you and Keith. I am really looking forward to the day of publication!

    Best wishes,

  15. keith page says:

    I hope you all enjoy the finished article as much as I have working on it [ and there’s still just a bit more to do…]

  16. Peter A says:

    Fantastic news – can’t wait! Who needs The Broons or Oor Wullie…

  17. Maura McHugh says:

    Chris, what great news. It’s cool to see PS Publishing venturing into comics. Are you writing the adaptation yourself? Best of luck with the project!

  18. Eduard says:

    Wonderful news!

  19. cindie says:

    I love that you are expanding into different ways to tell a story. Keep innovating. It makes life interesting for you and your readers.

Comments are closed.