Warren Ellis’s latest newsletter is its usual chatty and information packed self.
If you haven’t signed up for Warren Elis’s newsletter…you should. It’s fierce, dark and full of information. Like the baove promo art for The Wild Storm by John Davis Hunt. This title, to be written by Ellis, the the lead in the Young Animal-style WildStorm imprint come form DC next year. While very very little […]
Shipwreck by Warren Ellis and Phil Hester, is one of the best reviewed titles from AfterShock, a weird jystery story as only Ellis can tell it. And here’s an exclusive look at the cover to issue #4, on sale in 1/25/17. Writer: Warren Ellis Artist: Phil Hester Colorist: Mark Englert Inker: Eric Gapstur Cover Artist: Phil Hester In addition, […]
Well they’ve been teasing the return of Wildstorm for a while, and Comicbook.com just made it official: the long running imprint is coming back with Warren Ellis as the “curator” of a rebooted Wildstorm Universe. The line will debut in February with Ellis writing the lead book, The Wild Storm, which will have art by Jon Davis-Hunt (Clean Room). […]
Another Warren Ellis adaptation may finally be in the works
Labor day is one of the more bittersweet holidays. On the one hand, it represents an extra long weekend of fun in the sun, family barbecues, and poolside relaxation. On the other hand, it’s the end of summer. For our luckier readers, that means very little. For those of us in the Northeastern United States, […]
All we know about Shipwreck, the new AfterShock book from Warren Ellis and Phil Hester is that is concerns “a very unusual and very secret shipwreck. Which, given the work of Warren Ellis is enough for me. Throw in Phil Hester and it’s a pre-order must. The book comes out in October and has […]
Welcome Karnak back to the Marvel Universe in style.
Dynamite has launched a line-wide sale at Dark Horse Digital, allowing fans to finally try out the first few issues of coveted new series James Bond 007: Vargr for $.99. The entire line is discounted, including J. Michael Straczynski’s excellent Twilight Zone run, David Walker’s Shaft, Gail Simone’s Red Sonja, a couple of graphic novels from Neil […]
After making his presence in the comic book industry felt in a big way on a run with Warren Ellis on Moon Knight, Declan Shaley moved over to creator-owned with the writer. They set off on a series more complex and less marketable than one about a white-caped crusader, to great results. I spoke to […]