Sunday, 31 December 2017

SHOP Book of Lists

Back in print at last! Suicidal birds, edible guitars, licky dogs, smelly saddles, selective helloers. These are just some of the events from my life which I have ordered into lists and then drawn up as comic-strips. This brand new, spiral-bound print of Book of Lists collects together over fifty of my diary strips in a full-colour volume. The price is just £12,  which includes the cost of post and packing in the UK. Please use the Paypal button below to buy a copy. If you find that you experience problems with the button, then you can Paypal me the order to my account paul at pbrainey dot com. If you don't have a Paypal account or live outside of the UK then please email me here for alternatives. 

"Strangely compelling, funny, entertaining and honest." Comics International

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

MK Calling Exhibition

I have original pages from my big work in progress, Why Don't You Love Me, appearing in this years MK Calling exhibition taking place in The Gallery MK in Milton Keynes. Everyone is welcome to the free preview night taking place on Thursday April 20th between 6 - 10 PM (although a RSVP is required) while the exhibition is open to the pubic to view from April 21st to May 27th. 

Spot me if you can. Group photo of the artists that took part in MK Calling 2015.

Sunday, 16 April 2017

Thunder Brother Special Update

If you are someone who likes to try before they buy then you can now see copies of my new comic, Thunder Brother Special, for sale from each of the following shops.

GOSH and Orbital in Central London
OK Comics in Leeds and
Page 45 in Nottingham

Of course, you can also buy copies directly from this me here.

Friday, 14 April 2017

Comic Heroes Interview

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Graham Kibble-White for the new issue of Comic Heroes, out this week. It's quite a substantial interview, featuring lots of artwork from my comic-creating past and present, and also features an exclusive strip about being interviewed by Graham drawn especially for the magazine (how meta is that?). Graham did a great job of writing something coherent from what I'm sure was a rambling mess of a monologue from me that lasted for hours.

Photos nabbed from Graham's Twitter feed 

Thursday, 6 April 2017

Thunder Brother Special Review

Cartoonist Robert Jackson has written a very nice review of my new comic, Thunder Brother Special. "This is a great comic." Read the full review here. You can buy a copy  of the Thunder Brother Special directly from my shop here

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Now Available: Thunder Brother Special

My brand new comic, Thunder Brother Special, is now available. This one-off features two previously unpublished Thunder Brother: Soap Division stories in full colour, This Is Your Life and Wife Swap, and a strip drawn by Rob Wells called Connected. If you're unsure about buying a copy then you might like to know that The Pipedream Comics website has already reviewed it saying, "although we admit to this being our first time reading a book from Paul, it will definitely not be the last!" You can buy copies of the Thunder Brother Special from my Shop.

Friday, 24 March 2017

On Tour: Leam Comic Con

I and fellow cartoonist Peet Clack will be exhibiting at this Saturdays Leam Comic Con in Leamington Spa. I will be premiering my brand new comic Thunder Brother Special and selling copies of my comics Tales To DiminishPope Francis Goes To The Dentist and more. If you're in the area, please pop by and say hello.

Saturday, 11 March 2017

Sunday, 5 March 2017

Arsehole Premier League

I'm deeply honoured to inform you that I have written the punditry for this week's Arsehole Premier League games. You can read it here. I think I may have got carried away as I also drew a bunch of hasty sketches which I have uploaded here for you. You'll see that some resemblances are better than others. Please read the link if you have the time?

Monday, 2 January 2017

Pope Francis Goes To The Dentist review

I was delighted to learn that, after including my graphic novel There's No Time Like The Present, in their list of best graphic novels for 2015, that the influential Bleeding Cool have included Pope Francis Goes to The Dentist as one of their eleven favourite single-issue comics of 2016.  Richard Johnston writes, "possibly my favourite comic of the year", which is saying something considering how many comics he must read for his job. Copies of Pope Francis Goes To The Dentist are available from my shop.