I meant to post this sketch I did on Halloween on Friday but I forgot to, so here it is now.
Cartoonist Paul Rainey is the creator of There's No Time Like The Present, Thunder Brother: Soap Division and Book of Lists and is an occasional contributor to Viz. His current big project, Why Don't You Love Me, appears regularly in ACES Weekly. He is the winner of the Observer/Jonathan Cape/Comica Graphic Short Story Prize 2020. His latest comic is Journey Into Indignity. My online shop is www.pbrainey.bigcartel.com.
Sunday, 2 November 2008
Sunday, 21 September 2008
I came across this doodle over the weekend that I did of Mr. Fantastic in an old sketch book a couple of years ago. I thought I would share it with you because I like it and incase that scene occurs in the the comic Secret Invasion that Marvel are currently publishing.
Posted by Paul B Rainey at 17:59 2 comments:
Labels: Marvel, Mr. Fantastic, Secret Invasion
Saturday, 6 September 2008
You might recognise this panel from There's No Time Like The Present part 7 which I decided to redraw. Originally, I drew Beth wearing a bra despite her appearances in earlier panels suggesting that she wasn't wearing one under her dress. Just before going to print, I realised that being embarrassed at drawing bare breasts was ridiculous and redrew it. Anyway, here's the self conscious original.
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Labels: There's No Time Like The Present
Thursday, 21 August 2008
There's No Time Like The Present part 7
Craig Johnson writes an astute review of There’s No Time Like The Present part 7 for Comics Village. “…it's top quality, it's as moving, tragic and interesting as ever…”
Copies are still for sale from the shop at pbrainey.
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Monday, 11 August 2008
Dear Robert and Partner Review
The first review that I’ve come across of my comic Dear Robert and Partner appears here at The Comics Village website. Craig Johnson writes, “the depth in the disparity of the tone between the words and the art, and the fact that we can all relate to noisy and nuisance neighbours, the desire for a quiet life and the understanding that rocking the boat just isn't "the done thing" means we can relate to this…”
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Thursday, 17 July 2008
There's No Time Like the Present 7 Reviews
There have been a couple of reviews of There's No Time Like The Present on the internet recently. One by Andrew Cheverton here in which he says "Filled with excellent facial expression and moments of quiet detail, this is beginning to seem like a masterwork", and another by Rob Jackson here.
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Wednesday, 18 June 2008
Love Bomb 2 Review
I came across this review of Love Bomb 2 at Comics Village while surfing the internet today. It's interesting to encounter a new review of work I did so long ago. Unfortunately, I have absolutely no copies left of it for sale, However, Swill the Alien, who made his first appearance in it, has his own one off comic still available for purchase from The Shop if you're interested.
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Labels: Comics Village, Love Bomb, Swill the Alien
Monday, 26 May 2008
Mini Reviews of TNTLTP 7
A couple of mini reviews for There's No Time Like The Present part 7 have started to appear. Rol Hirst has one on his blog and Factor Fiction Press on theirs.
I'm still in the process of rolling out Part 7 and Dear Robert and Partner to retailers. In the meantime, you can order copies directly from here by visiting the Shop or by other methods. Contact me directly for details.
Posted by Paul B Rainey at 14:17 No comments:
Monday, 19 May 2008
2000 AD Prog Slog mentioned in The Guardian Film blog
For the Guardian Film blog, Mark Hooper raises the question that any person with at least a partial knowledge of 2000 AD has will have asked themselves; Why Are There No Decent 2000 AD Films? He deals with the subject with aplomb, but I mention it here because he finishes his entry mentioning my 2000 AD Prog Slog. “In the meantime, if you're experiencing Scrotnig withdrawal, Paul Rainey's excellent Prog Slog blog does exactly what it says on the tin: an exhaustive review of every issue (or "Prog") of the comic. So far he's up to 1986. Hollywood producers take note.” That’s pretty cool, isn’t it; having your blog mentioned in The Guardian Film Blog. Although, I’m sure at the very end there, Mark is telling Hollywood to take note of 2000 AD and not necessarily my blog. Although, Hollywood, if you’re reading this and need some help sorting out potential movie franchises from 2000 AD then I’m your man.
Posted by Paul B Rainey at 19:09 4 comments:
Labels: 2000 AD, Hollywood, Mark Hooper, The Guardian
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