Josh McCullough on Ant-Man #2. Sarah Larson reports at length on a Bill Kartalopoulos discussion with Richard McGuire about his book Here. not comics: Warren Ellis on notebooks. He is practical and I think correct. check out these nice drawings by EC Segar. Show More Summary
Get a first look at Marvel's upcoming releases including "Star Wars: Darth Vader" #1, "Captain Marvel" #12, "Cyclops" #10, "X-Men" #24 and more.
Warren Ellis tells CBR News about his new take on Dynamite's "Project Superpowers" universe, alongside Colton Worley's pages from issue #1.
Depending on who you talk to, I’m a specific writer guy. For some people, I’m the Joe Casey guy. For others, I’m the Warren Ellis guy. For a few very confused people who love my Marvel Boy piece from a decade ago, I’m the Grant Morrison guy. For some people, I’m the Jim Starlin guy. […]
Image Comics presents Warren Ellis and Jason Howard's "Trees" #8, as shadows continue to grow, things are getting darker in this creepy new installment.
The writer's Image series with Declan Shalvey arrives in May and could be followed by a new TV pilot and new comics with Tula Lotay.
Augie looks at Warren Ellis' "Global Frequency" as a new TV series is announced. Plus, the next episode in the epic "All Star Batman" re-read.
The writer talks about his DC Comics series' latest road to television, and his belief that Geoff Johns is the one who initiated the adaptation's development.
Back in 2005, Warren Ellis' comic book series Global Frequency was adapted as a television pilot, but wasn't picked up for a full series. Now the tale of crowdsourced covert intelligence is getting a second shot at the small screen, with the creator of Farscape and Defiance behind the wheel. Read more...
The Warren Ellis-penned comic book series Global Frequency is getting its third shot at television. A decade ago, The WB tried to set a Global Frequency TV series in motion, shooting a pilot based on the comic about an organization that attempts to protect the world from the influence of covert government actions. Show More Summary
Set to be executive produced by Jerry Bruckheimer The post Warren Ellis Comic Series Global Frequency Gets Pilot Commitment from FOX appeared first on Comingsoon.net.
Saga, the creator-owned gonzo science fiction comic from Brian K Vaughan and Fiona Staples may be the best sf comic since Warren Ellis's Transmetropolitan, and the three collections published to date are already canon, with the long-awaited number four around the corner. Show More Summary
Jerry Bruckheimer has signed on to produce a television adaptation of Warren Ellis' "Global Frequency" Vertigo graphic novel.
By Tom Spurgeon this is genuinely fascinating to me: Kelly Sue DeConnick asks for life updates from Warren Ellis Forum members. That was an influential hub of early -- or earlier, depending on how you personally measure these things -- comics-related, Internet-based activism and socializing. Show More Summary
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Over on his blog Morning, Computer, Warren Ellis has a few thoughts on the state of SF magazines (mostly of the British variety) prompted by the news that the new New Worlds is now defunct. Read more...
Adding a string section to your lineup might make you Warren Ellis – or a damp Celtic jam band. Hollow Everdaze recently added violinist Myles Anderson to the bill. Spiccato never hurt nobody, but I... The post PREMIERE: Hollow Everdaze – ‘Omnious’ video appeared first on Who The Hell.
Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire re-team at Image Comics for "Injection," and here's an early look at the cover to issue #1.
BERG Closing — may open source their Little Printer server and IoT middleware. A shame, as Warren Ellis says, because they pulled bits of the future into the present. They were optimistic, not dystopic. I have a feeling BERG grads …