As part of British Comics Month over on the FPI blog I’ve set up a number of interesting interviews, but yesterday I posted up a Q&A with one of the best writer-artists in the land and the man generally credited with the first ‘proper’ UK graphic novel, Bryan Talbot, who talks about the brilliant Luther Arkwright, the incredibly powerful Tale of One Bad Rat and his forthcoming work based around the work of Lewis Carroll, Alice in Sunderland, which sounds utterly brilliant. He also talks a bit about the French-Japanese artist Veronique Tanaka who he is helping to get published; her work sound fascinating, I hope a UK publisher picks it up, I’d like to see more of it.