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Greg McElhatton gives "DC Universe Presents" #1 4 stars, saying the Deadman-starring title by Paul Jenkins and Bernard Chang contains "one of the better [cliffhangers] from the DC re-launch to date."
Writer Paul Jenkins spoke with CBR News about his Deadman story for "DC Universe Presents," exploring the concept of existentialism in the DCU and his and artist Bernard Chang's take on Boston Brand.
Writer Paul Jenkins speaks with CBR about taking over writing duties on DC's "Batman: The Dark Knight," its publishing schedule and the philosophy of the Bat.
David Finch spoke with CBR TV about the reason behind bringing on Paul Jenkins to write his September-relaunching "Batman: The Dark Knight," his artistic influences and more.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at the covers and solicitation copy for "Wonder Woman " and "DC Universe Presents" #3.
Augie dips into unread bookshelf for two cool trade paperbacks, one a fun space opera and the other featuring the best Humberto Ramos art of the artist's career!
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Ka-Zar" #1, the first issue of Paul Jenkins and Pascal Alixe's new 5-issue miniseries. Return to the Savage Land on June 8!
Marvel has released an advance look at "X-Men: Prelude to Schism" #1 by Paul Jenkins and Robert De La Torre with a cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli. The next major X-Men storyline starts on May 4.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at the June-debuting "Ka-Zar" miniseries by writer Paul Jenkins and artist Pascal Alixe. The first issue, with a cover by Alixe, roars into comic stores on June 8.
Four mutants will disagree over how to face a crisis that could wipe out all mutantkind in May. CBR News spoke with writer Paul Jenkins about his mini, "X-Men: Prelude," which examines each perspective.
Readers will get a chance to see how diverse the title character can be with the four issue "Thor: Heaven & Earth" miniseries by writer Paul Jenkins and an all-star team of artists. We spoke with Jenkins about the book.
With the series finale hitting stores tomorrow, Paul Jenkins explained to CBR News how his tale of Hulk's upstart son's decision to go toe to toe with Galactus came to be and how it will help lead to next year's "Fall of the Hulks."
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!
The writer of such books as "Inhumans," "Wolverine: Origin," "The Darkness," "Hellblazer" and more, Paul Jenkins goes in-depth with CBR News about his long career in comics, and how he almost literally fell into the profession.
After nearly five years of waiting, the showdown between The Darkness and Pitt is finally in stores this week. Writer Paul Jenkins spoke with CBR about the miniseries and why he thinks young Tim makes the characters work together.
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.
Paul presents a tour of the Marvel Comics offices, where he'd make a few changes if he were in charge.