Long before DC actually announced their plans for Doomsday Clock —in fact, long before Doctor Manhattan was revealed at the end of DC Rebirth, back in the wild days of 2012, the prophet known only as “Chip Zdarsky” made a bold proclamation about Watchmen 2.
In addition to Crécy, I also bought Frankenstein’s Womb as part of the Avatar Press sale on Comixology. I was going to use it as an additional example of Warren Ellis writing a history lesson — but as I reread the story, I realized that it was actually much deeper than that. It appeared to deliberately contrast…
There is currently a 75% off sale at Comixology for Avatar Press comics. Avatar Press is well known as “That Publisher That Lets Warren Ellis, Garth Ennis, and Alan Moore Do Whatever The Fuck They Want,” which, let’s admit, does result in some very interesting comic books. But one of the best that Avatar’s put out was…
I’ll admit this up front: I know almost nothing about the Castlevania game. I have never played it, never read up on it. All I know is that it has Dracula in it. But when I heard there was a Castlevania cartoon written by Warren Ellis, I knew I had to watch it. And boy, am I glad.
The Wild Storm is a conspiracy science fiction thriller comic written by Warren Ellis and illustrated by Jon Davis-Hunt. It also happens to be a continuity reboot of the old WildStorm universe that ended in 2010 and was incorporated into the DC universe with the New 52.
Due to the first issue of The Wild Storm coming out last week, Comixology is having a huge Warren Ellis sale that ends on 2/20/17. I already own physical copies of everything, but I decided to buy an online copy of one of my favorite of series by Ellis: Global Frequency.
Not every comic is going to be well known, not even ones by famous comic book creators. Sometimes it’s from before they got famous or sometimes it’s after, they are just simply overshadowed by other things they have created. Here are some books from famous comic book creators that may have slipped under your radar.
Hi! Do you read comics? Do you enjoy a particular comic? Do you have a favorite comic? Nextwave, Agents of H.A.T.E. is your favorite comic. Nextwave, Agents of H.A.T.E. will replace all comics. Nextwave is everything. Pray to your silly gods and weep, for Nextwave is the best comic there ever was and ever will be.
So I read this piece of advice Brian K. Vaughan wrote and thought, "Hey, I know another comic book writer who gives great writing advice: Warren Ellis!"
Author, comics legend and uncanny futurist Warren Ellis has gifted us with his insight into your pressing questions about the coming days of tech, free speech, the music industry, space travel, which Earthbound species is most likely to have alien origins, and much, much more.
To help us kick off the new White Noise, Warren Ellis has graciously agreed to answer our questions about the future. Ask the creator of Transmetropolitan and the popularizer of the bowel disruptor what's on your mind. We'll send some choice questions over and publish his answers later this week.
So Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey’s epic run on Moon Knight is over. It lasted six issues and included crazy killers, punk ghosts, weird dreamscapes, and a Giant Fucking Bird Skull. And even though we are sad to see it end, we are happy we got to read it in the first place.
Supreme Blue Rose is a new Image comic from Warren Ellis and Tulay Lotay. What is it about? Well, um, that's kind of hard to explain. Spoilers below!
I've noticed that caseyjonescaseyjones reviews a lot of Marvel comics, but no indie ones. So I will try my hand at reviewing the ones I read. Trees is the new science fiction comic written by Warren Ellis and penciled/inked/colored by Jason Howard. The plot is...well, at once simple and complicated. (Spoilers Below)