Tuesday, 12 December 2017
Saturday, 9 December 2017
Tuesday, 5 December 2017
My current big comic-strip project, Why Don't You Love Me?, returns to David Lloyd's online comic, ACES Weekly, this week for an all-new twenty-one episode, seven week run. My graphic-novel-in-progress will be appearing alongside many other accomplished comic creators' work. Each issue of ACES Weekly costs just £1. You can read volumes twenty-one, twenty-three, twenty-five and twenty-eight, which feature all of the episodes so far, here.
Saturday, 25 November 2017
Sunday, 12 November 2017
Friday, 13 October 2017
I will be exhibiting at this Saturday's Nottingham Comic Con taking place in the Nottingham Confernece Centre. You can learn all about the show here. I will be selling copies of all of my comics currently available for sale from my shop including Thunder Brother Special, Tales To Diminish, Pope Francis Goes To The Dentist and There's No Time Like The Present. You'll be able to find me on table U37.
Sunday, 1 October 2017
I'm delighted to be able to tell you that my comic-strip, Seen And Not Heard, appears in The Corbyn Comic Book recently published by Self Made Hero. My strip appears alongside work by the Steve Bell, Stephen Collins and many more of the great and big from Britain's contemporary cartoonist scene.
The comic premiered at last weekend's Thought Bubble festival and the Labour Party Conference during the week. You should be able to buy a copy from all good (and some bad) bookshops as well online from Amazon and The Guardian for just £4.99.
Sample frame from Scene And Not Heard, the first comic-strip I drew using my mid-life-crisis-purchase, iPad Pro.
Tuesday, 19 September 2017
I will be exhibiting with fellow cartoonist Peet Clack at this weekend's Thought Bubble taking place in Leeds. You can learn all about the show here. I will be selling copies of all of my comics currently available for sale from my shop including Thunder Brother Special, Tales To Diminish, Pope Francis Goes To The Dentist and There's No Time Like The Present. You'll be able to find Clackers and me on table 42 in the Leeds Town Hall Marquee.
Wednesday, 6 September 2017
I will be exhibiting with fellow cartoonist Arthur Goodman at this weekend's ICE (International Comic Show) taking place in Birmingham. You can learn all about the show here. I will be selling copies of all of my comics currently available for sale from my shop including Thunder Brother Special, Tales To Diminish, Pope Francis Goes To The Dentist and There's No Time Like The Present. You'll be able to find Arthur and me on table 49.
Tuesday, 4 July 2017
For this years Small Press Day, taking place on Saturday July 8th, I will be appearing all day in my local comic shop in Milton Keynes, Magic Kingdom Comics. I will be selling and signing copies of my comics alongside cartoonists from Aylesbury Jon Scrivens, Brett Uren, Chris Sides and Rachel Nutkins. See you there, hopefully.
Thursday, 29 June 2017
My occasional collaborator, the cartoonist Robert Wells, who has drawn Connected for my latest comic Thunder Brother Special, has a graphic novel published today called Back, Sack & Crack (& Brain) all about his years of ill health. I have the good fortune to have read it already, twice, I the book comes totally recommended from the House of Pbrainey.
Friday, 2 June 2017
I will be appearing as a guest at this weekends Swindon Comic Con. I will be selling copies of my comics Tales To Diminish, Pope Francis Goes To The Dentist and more. If you're in the area, please pop by and say hello. You will be able to find me in The Comic Zone.
Monday, 29 May 2017
My current big comic-strip project, Why Don't You Love Me?, returns to David Lloyd's online comic ACES Weekly this week. Volume 28 will feature twenty-one episodes of my graphic novel in progress serialised over the next seven weeks alongside work my other accomplished comics creators such as Marc Makes Comics, Stephen Baskerville and many more. Each issue of ACES Weekly costs just £1. You can read volumes twenty-one, twenty-three and twenty-five, which feature my previous episodes, here.
Friday, 12 May 2017
The great Page 45 have reviewed my latest comic, Thunder Brother Special, on their website. "It's completely madness, clearly, but let's face it, all soaps are totally insane condensed parodies of real life, so this neatly squares the lunacy factor and in doing so makes it infinitely more enjoyable than an episode of Emmerdale could ever be..!" You can read the full review here.
Friday, 5 May 2017
This Saturday May 6th is Free Comic-Book Day where comic shops around the world put on events and give away comic-books to their customers. As part of this event, I will be appearing at Magic Kingdom Comics in my home town of Milton Keynes where I will be selling copies of my comics (not giving away) and drawing sketches for their customers. If you're in the area, then please pop by and say hello.
Tuesday, 18 April 2017
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
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.
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
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 @grahamkw
Thursday, 6 April 2017
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
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
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 Diminish, Pope Francis Goes To The Dentist and more. If you're in the area, please pop by and say hello.