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Paul Jenkins discusses his and artist Andy Clarke's sci-fi tale about a detective who clones himself again and again in order to save the world
A group of A-list talent, including Garth Ennis, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and more -- herald the December debut of AfterShock Comics
Ahead of Comic-Con International, the publishing startup has announced its first wave of writers.
Paul Jenkins tells CBR about his plans for "Spawn," which start this week with the "Spawn Resurrection" one-shot illustrated by Jonboy Meyers.
Todd McFarlane discusses with CBR why Paul Jenkins was the right choice to take over "Spawn," along with updates on film and animation projects.
The veteran writer who recently made the move away from Marvel and DC is joining Todd McFarlane's signature Image series.
The 2015 comic book season kicked off with Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote address and tons of newly announced series.
Paul Jenkins joined CBR TV at New York Comic Con to discuss financing comics via Kickstarter and his time with Marvel's Inhumans.
In "Fiction Squad" #1, Paul Jenkins & Ramon Bachs "blend an array of beloved childhood stories, give them a fresh slant with a definitely grown-up feel."
Paul Jenkins returns to Fablewood with artist Ramon Bachs for BOOM!'s "Fiction Squad" #1, where every nursery rhyme is a crime scene in the making.
BOOM! Studios staff and talent including Paul Jenkins and James Tynion IV discuss good editing versus bad editing and the qualities of a great editing relationship.
BOOM! Studios staff and creators discussed why they do what they do, sincerely believing "the best comics have yet to be published."
"Hellblazer" writers Jamie Delano, Mike Carey, Peter Milligan & Paul Jenkins react to NBC's "Constantine" series and whether the comic should even be adapted.
BOOM!'s Matt Gagnon and creators Paul Jenkins and James Tynion IV discussed "doing things that people haven’t seen before" at their panel in Chicago.
BOOM! Studios exclusive writer Paul Jenkins looks back on a year filled with career shifts, creator-owned projects and his continued desire to tell great stories.
Who are the greatest writers to guide Spider-Man's adventures? From the "Amazing" to "Spectacular" and "Ultimate," CBR breaks them down.
The writer behind sagas like "Wolverine: Origin" declares he's left mainstream corporate comics behind as Paul Jenkins pens a CBR-exclusive letter on why he's gone exclusive with "Deathmatch" publisher BOOM! Studios.
Courtesy of BOOM!, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Deathmatch" #5 by Paul Jenkins and Carlos Magno with a cover by Whilce Portacio. The casualty list grows April 24.
CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Deathmatch" #4, the final chapter in the first arc of Paul Jenkins and Carlos Magno's BOOM! Studios superhero title, in stores March 27.
At this year's Emerald City Comic Con, "Batman/Superman" artist Jae Lee reflects on his winding career path in comics and describes how a spilled bottle of ink got him his first job.
BOOM! Studios kicks off a new campaign to direct fans towards high-profile talent launches like Mike Carey's "Suicide Risk," Paul Jenkins' "Deathmatch" and a mystery project from artist Brian Stelfreeze.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Paul Jenkins and Carlos Magno's "Deathmatch" #3. The issue sports a cover by Whilce Portacio and goes on sale Feb. 27.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Deathmatch" #2. Paul Jenkins and Carlos Magno's super-powered battle royale to the death continues on January 30.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Neil spoke with Paul Jenkins about his and artist Carlos Magno's recently-launched "Battle Royale"-style BOOM! Studios series "Deathmatch," the creative freedom the book affords him and more.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR has an exclusive preview of "Deathmatch" #1 by Paul Jenkins and Carlos Magno. The "Secret Wars" meets "Battle Royale" slaughterfest begins December 26.
Writer Paul Jenkins discusses bringing his massively successful Kickstarter graphic novel "Fairy Quest" collaboration with Humberto Ramos to BOOM! Studios for single issue-release beginning in February.
"Deathmatch" writer Paul Jenkins spoke with CBR News about the upcoming BOOM! Studios series, inventing a whole new universe of characters and the challenge of pitting them against each other for a battle to the death.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Whilce Portacio's cover for "Deathmatch" #1 written by Paul Jenkins with art by Carlos Magno, hitting stores in December.
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!
Novelist and TV writer Gregg Hurwitz is continuing his association with Batman beyond the world of the Penguin as he'll be taking the writing duties on DC Comics "Batman: The Dark Knight" from Paul Jenkins.
DC Comics has announced Peter Milligan will come on as writer for "Stormwatch" beginning with issue #9 in May following his departure from "Justice League Dark."
"Batman: The Dark Knight" writer Paul Jenkins spoke discusses the sexual politics behind the creation of the White Rabbit, Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight Rises" influence and more.
Paul Jenkins' DC Comics workload increases in March as the "Batman: The Dark Knight" writer takes the helm of "Stormwatch" for a two-issue storyline. UPDATE: Paul Cornell announces #6 as his final issue.