The Inhuman known as Karnak goes solo in this preview from his all-new series by Warren Ellis and Gerardo Zaffino.
Warren Ellis talks about his and Jason Masters' take on whom he calls "an ordinary man... projected into extraordinary situations".
"Nimona" makes National Book Award longlist! Cartoon Art Museum holds final Mission Street event! Interviews with Kate Beaton, Declan Shalvey & Warren Ellis!
"The big ideas, multiple plotlines and accumulating mysteries get knitted together and opened up" in Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey's "Injection" #5.
In his first interview on "James Bond, Warren Ellis explains how his and Jason Masters' 007" hews more closely to Ian Fleming's novels than the movies.
While researching my article on Monica Rambeau’s unfortunate history, I naturally re-read one of her standout series: Warren Ellis and Stuart Immonen’s Nextwave: Agents of HATE. It’s a comic I already held dear to my heart, but it re-affirmed what I previously thought: It’s the most joyful comic Marvel have ever released.http://io9.com/the-unfortunat... Read more...
A first look at the new title from a character Ellis describes as "a short guy in a weird helmet who can karate-chop anything to death."
Ellis talks turning the lesser-known Inhuman supporting player into the deadly lead of an "astonishingly bleak" series.
Author Alejandro Zambra was interviewed by his editor at McSweeneys. Stream the new Frog Eyes album Pickpockets' Locket. Publishers Weekly interviewed author Warren Ellis. Jason Isbell covered "Desperadoes Waiting For A Train." Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed author Wendy S. Walters....
In the pages of Nextwave, Warren Ellis and Stuart Immonen established Elsa Bloodstone as one of the premier badasses in the Marvel Universe, and she’s been given the opportunity to let loose in Marvel Zombies, a Secret Wars tie-in that strands Elsa in a territory overrun with zombies. Show More Summary
Get an exclusive first look at the all-star artists covering Warren Ellis and Jason Masters' November-launching 007 series.
In "Injection" #4, "Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey's work is ambitious and skillful enough to reward engagement and commitment."
The RED films are awesome, action-y fun (based on the Warren Ellis comic) that, much like Constance Tillet in my previous post today, remind me that you're never too old to whoop some serious ass. They give me hope that I, too, may one day grow up to look flawless like Helen Mirren and wield machine guns with abandon. I have high hopes!
The comics-turned-film franchise RED by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner has reportedly set it's sights on TV.
Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's "Red," which has already inspired two films, is headed to the small screen as an hour-long television series.
Warren Ellis: "We saw the best minds of our generation destroyed by madness, starving hysterical naked, dragging themselves after an Uber that isn’t actually there because Uber fake most of those little cars you see on the Uber app map." Read the rest
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Warren Ellis will write a new, brutal, bastard of a Bond. News by Peter Derk He is England’s blunt instrument of international assault – the spiteful, vicious bastard of a faded empire that still wants the world to do as it’s bloody well told. That's Warren Ellis on James Bond. Show More Summary
The project is joined by adaptations IDW's "Kill Shakespeare" and the British cult film "The Machine" on Universal Cable Productions' development slate.
Universal Cable Productions has unveiled several new deals to grow its genre library, with the lynchpin of the new projects a deal with graphic novel biggie Warren Ellis to adapt the 1970s Mexican comic book El Pantera. The project has...Show More Summary