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Paul Jenkins' FLOGGING A DEAD HORSE returns with a tale of movie-making and on-set drunken debauchery that can only mean one thing: Hollywood has arrived in Oklahoma! Plus, the debut of Mini Dude!
Paul Jenkins returns with a harrowing tale of a British expat now living in the South of the United States and coming to terms with being a natural marksman with semi-automatic weapons.
Paul Jenkins' newest FLOGGING column takes a trip down memory lane and features tales of his brother, "Hellblazer," and another of Paul's "Ten Most Stupid Injuries."
Paul Jenkins' latest installment of FLOGGING warns us not about the impending Zombie Apocalypse, but about how the Artificial Intelligence we rely on to improve our lives is trying to kill us.
Paul Jenkins and FLOGGING returns to CBR, as the writer waxes poetic on the world that is Twitter and teases details about his and Humberto Ramos' current Kickstarter project, "Fairy Quest." Plus, Betty White!
Paul is back with his list of "Five Jobs I Narrowly Avoided," including near misses with becoming a wedding DJ, a ladies hairdresser and, perhaps the most frightening almost-job of all, a Bingo announcer in North London.
Paul Jenkins' latest installment of FLOGGING is lovingly dedicated to one of the world's most recognizable and beloved childrens characters - and marketing juggernauts - Thomas the (Anthropomorphic) Tank Engine!
It's the first all-new FLOGGING of the new decade, and Paul lays out five different resolutions for 2010, along with the odds that he'll actually be able to actually see them through. Apparently, the smart money's on Total Failure.
'Tis the holiday season, so naturally that means Paul is here to continue his tradition of sharing tales of his horrible sports injuries with FLOGGING readers. Plus: Paul does his level best to have his wife place him on the Naughty List.
In his latest FLOGGING, Paul makes his way to Atlanta in order to attend the Medtrade convention, a medical industry trade show, with his friend and subject of his "Captain America: Theater of War" issue, Sergeant Bryan.
This week, Paul and his son visit Dragon*Con, spending quality time together while bonding through one of the most time honored traditions known to fathers everywhere - using your three year old son to score photos of costumed women.
His two-year vacation finally over, Paul Jenkins has finally come to light at CBR with his
all new, all different FLOGGING A DEAD HORSE column! Thrills, chills and spills are in store as Paul tells how he landed, well, here!
In which Paul leads a jam session to one-up Joe Quesada's annual Christmas song.
Paul and Nigh Perfect throw a party, and all of Atlanta is there... including a few swingers.
Paul can talk his way into or out of anything--with the right accent, of course.
In which history repeats itself, awkwardly.
Paul shares his tips for hunting Klingons and other cosplayers at assorted conventions.
Paul recounts his convention horror stories, which is the story of every convention he's attended.
Paul attends a wedding, and nearly conducts the ceremony.
Paul gets a bad haircut and hunts squirrel. Or is it chipmunk?
As Paul settles in to fatherhood and the joys of Baby TV, he begins to recall his misadventures in dating.
Paul does a podcast from the freeway and Torak the Slayer takes a very important phone call.
In which Paul and Joe Quesada talk up "Civil War" on National Public Radio.
In which Paul lives in interesting times, incurs the wrath of the Gods, and is ignored by his Insurance Company.
With his wife Nigh Perfect about to begin a two-week run as guest columnist, Paul preempts her inevitable efforts to embarrass him by embarrassing her first.
Rejoice! Torak the Slayer is born.
Waiting on tenterhooks for the arrival of Torak the Slayer, Paul recounts more of his favorite injuries.
In which Paul does stupid things to impress both friends and women and pays the Physical Injury Piper.
Paul presents a tour of the Marvel Comics offices, where he'd make a few changes if he were in charge.
With his son on the way, Paul and his wife attend their first birthing class, only to find out that it's being taught by what can only be accurately described as the Teacher from Hell.
In his first FLOGGING, Paul gushes over ABC's hit reality series, "The Bachelor," proclaiming it to be, quite simply, the greatest show to ever air on prime time television.