Marvel's solicitations for MArch 2014 include Mark Waid's new "Daredevil," Dan Slott's "Silver Surfer," Warren Ellis' "Moon Knight" and more!
One year ago today Why dictators (don't) shut down the Internet: Warren Ellis's Vice column, "How to Shut Down Internets," looks at the phenomenon of Middle Eastern dictators shutting off their nation's Internet during moments of extremis.
The idea of robbing banks and trains should conjure up images of brazen cowboys and the spaghetti western music of Ennio Morricone, but instead, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford depicts a stark world left in the wake of these famed outlaws, full of melancholy and restlessness. Show More Summary
Declan Shalvey and Steve Wacker explain how Warren Ellis' scripts, Jordie Bellaire's colors and a slick new look define a different "Moon Knight."
I need one of those “Sad Blogger” mugs. It speaks to me. Warren Ellis is bringing back Moon Knight in a new Marvel series coming next March, and Hero Complex has some of the uncolored pages — including the two above — to check out. The new Moon Knight will be drawn by Declan Shalvey (Deadpool) with colors by Jordie Bellaire (Captain Marvel).
Moon Knight has had a tough time maintaining his own ongoing series over the past decade. The Brian Bendis/Alex Maleev series from 2012 was one of my favorite books at the time, only to be canceled at 12 issues. Hopefully this will change because Marvel... Read More
Set to debut in March 2014
Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire helm the adventures of Marvel's Moon Knight in a new March-launching ongoing.
Medtronic (MDT) F2Q 2014 Results Earnings Conference Call November 19, 2013, 8:00 a.m. ET Executives Jeff Warren - Vice President, Investor Relations Omar Ishrak - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Gary Ellis - Chief Financial Officer...Show More Summary
One year ago today Warren Ellis on the dismal American election: President Obama's fairly grim, toothless, meandering and perfunctory presidency gained excellent contrast from an assemblage of GOP candidates so demented and corrupt that even to so describe them would be an insult to the many hard-working demented and corrupt politicians extant today.
Greg Rucka discusses the origins of his and Michael Lark's "Lazarus" with CBR TV, including the role Warren Ellis played in the comic's genesis.
As you may or may not know (and you really should know), our own Chad Nevett recently edited a fine collection of essays about Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson’s Transmetropolitan called Shot in the Face: A Savage Journey to the Heart of Transmetropolitan. You can read more about it here. Our own Greg Burgas also [...]
Marvel has recently started to get back in the business of creating original graphic novels with its series of Season One books retelling the origins of popular characters, but Avengers: Endless Wartime (Marvel) is the publisher’s highest profile OGN yet. Show More Summary
Warren Ellis and Mike McKone's "Avengers: Endless Wartime" original graphic novel pulls off a great Avengers story with "a well-paced, character-driven saga that spans both realms and generations."
Sequart Research and Literacy Organization announce that they will be releasing “Warren Ellis: The Captured Ghosts Interviews”, an interview book by Patrick Meaney and Kevin Thurman. The interviews took place over the course of several days back in 2010 and 2011, where Ellis talked in... Read More
As you may or may not (and you really should know), our own Chad Nevett recently edited a fine collection of essays about Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson’s Transmetropolitan called Shot in the Face: A Savage Journey to the Heart of Transmetropolitan. You can read more about it here. Chad has a free copy to [...]
The first nine pages of Warren Ellis and Mike McKone's "Avengers: Endless Wartime," an original graphic novel out in October from Marvel Comics, have been released via Google Books.
This winter, Warren Ellis joins regular series writer Kelly Sue DeConnick on "Avengers Assemble" in December, for an arc tying-in to Marvel's upcoming "Inhumanity" event.
Justice League Unlimited, “Dark Heart” (season 1, episode 10; originally aired December 11, 2004) Warren Ellis does a superhero cartoon. It’s an idea as absurd as David Mamet writing a play about space pandas or Martin Scorsese directing...Show More Summary
Warren Ellis, creator of iconic comics and such noir-ish novels as Gun Machine, claims he’s never had to dispose of a human body. As he told Amazon.com, “Only animals. And, I suppose, very small children. But they're kind of like...