Sunday, 19 September 2021

Why Don't You Love Me?

 

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The Comicon website’s Richard Bruton reviews my newest comic, Journey Into Indignity. “A series of very funny, very well-done comics and strips from a cartoonist who always comes up with a skewed take on his subjects.” Read the full review here. Buy a copy from my online shop here.




I have produced a set of signed prints of my Observer Jonathan Cape Comics Graphic Short Story Prize winning entry Similar To But Not. You can learn about it and buy them from my shop


Monday, 28 June 2021

Buy My Art

I was recently commissioned to re-draw a strip that I did for Viz about The Chase. Because the art for this was created electronically and didn’t physically exist, we agreed that I would recreate it. We were both pleased with how it turned out. If there is any work of mine that you have seen and would like to own then please get in touch. If it doesn’t physically exist, or I no longer own it, I’ll re-draw it for you if agreed. Please contact me here.






Friday, 21 May 2021

Viz 306

 I have a strip in the latest Viz No. 306 out today. It's inspired by 'The Chase'. It's called 'The Chase'.


Tuesday, 4 May 2021

A New Canon

Over the last year, I have been a regular contributor to the Star Wars Weekly tribute comic, Star Jaws. The strip I draw is called A New Canon. I thought, as it's May 4th, recognised by many as 'Star Wars Day', I would share with you a radom selection of episodes. You can read Star Jaws online every month for free. Just go here






Tuesday, 16 March 2021

NEW! Why Don't You Love Me conclusion appears in ACES Weekly

My current big comic-strip project, Why Don't You Love Me?, begins its conclusion in David Lloyd's online comic, ACES Weekly volume 50 this week for a seven week, twenty-one paged run. My graphic novel 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, twenty-eight, thirty-one, thirty-four, thirty-seven, forty-two and forty-sixwhich feature all of the episodes so far, here



Friday, 12 March 2021

Viz 304

 I have a strip in the latest Viz No. 304 out now. It's called Ricky Gervais, He Talks To The Animals. 



Tuesday, 12 January 2021

NEW! SHOP Starman



In 1970, Freddie Burretti left his hometown of Bletchley and moved to London. Fate led him to become a close friend of David Bowie. Together they created the Starman persona that propelled Bowie into rock super-stardom. In Starman, Freddie Burretti; The ManWho Sewed The World, cartoonist Paul B. Rainey adapts Lee Scriven’s musical of the same name which mythologises those events. Rainey sets out to capture the positive and energetic spirit of the original production using the silent artform of comics.

The comic-book is 40 pages, full-colour cover, two-colour interiors for £7.50.

Only available from www.pbrainey.bigcartel.com to order now.

“Suffice to say, it’s hugely enjoyable and set me off looking deeper into the life of Burretti, a fascinating story of triumph and tragedy that Rainey summarises beautifully, capturing all the aspects of a complicated life. Another one for the Best of British lists and definitely one you should be picking up." Richard Bruton, Comicon.