Roy Thomas: Some of the problems were about what should be done, or shouldn't be done, which is a matter of opinion.
Simon Bisley: Isn’t it great? There’s so much to talk about, isn’t there?
Thomas: I think we agreed to disagree in a friendly way.
Bisley: I dunno. There’s a responsibility to a degree.
Thomas: That’s a legal thing.
Bisley: I think what you may find is there’s going to be some lawyer or something that is going to get people collectively together and work on their behalf.
Thomas: You can see where almost anybody would be upset in that kind of circumstance.
Bisley: Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Fucking hell!
Thomas: I won’t swear to it.
Bisley: I did try.
Thomas: What you really want is for the jockey and the horse to become a centaur, but the centaur is a very unstable life form, (laughter) who'll slip back into being a jockey and a horse.
Bisley: They used to bring beers and just put it on the table, and have a drink while I was drawing or painting.
Thomas: I saw that, y'know? I was delighted; I thought it was a great thing to have happen.
Bisley: A lot of people didn’t know I was going to be here.
Thomas: How much more can you expect from anybody?