The two Bad Seeds are bringing life to the red planet.
On 11/4, National Geographic will debut a new six-part series titled MARS, which was produced by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer. Nick Cave and Warren Ellis provided the score for the show, and today they debuted its theme song. The duo worked together earlier this year on the film Hell Or High Water. Check out […]
Earlier this year, Nick Cave and Warren Ellis provided the score for the Jeff Bridges-starring film Hell or High Water. Today, it’s been announced that the duo have scored the National Geographic Channel’s six-part series “Mars.” Their soundtrack for the Ron Howard and Brian Grazer-produced series is out November 11 via Milan Records. Show More Summary
DC Co-Publishers Jim Lee & Dan DiDio discuss why Warren Ellis is the right person to guide WildStorm and the future of DC's major events. The post INTERVIEW: DiDio & Lee on WildStorm, Vertigo and Future of DCU Events appeared first on CBR.com.
My favorite Senator has been rude to Trump again, in a Washington Post op-ed: Cratering in the polls, besieged by sexual assault allegations and drowning in his own disgusting rhetoric, Donald Trump has been reduced to hollering that November’s election is “rigged” against him. His proof? It looks like he’s going to lose. Senior Republican […]
Why Warren Ellis is returning to his old stomping grounds.
Summary: The first email newsletter I subscribed to was Warren Ellis’s Orbital Operations. Ellis, a writer and comic book author, has been sending these emails since the ’90s, and they haven’t evolved all that much since. Show More Summary
Shipwreck #1 Review Writer & creator: Warren Ellis Artist: Phil Hester Colorist: Mark Englert Inker: Eric Gapstur Letterer: Marshall Dillon Editor: Mike The post Shipwreck #1 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Warren Allis and Jon Davis-Hunt's series exists on a world with a different Multiversial number. The post Ellis’ WildStorm Story Separate From DC’s Rebirth Universe appeared first on CBR.com.
CBR counts down 15 characters, ideas and series we want to see in the new WildStorm Universe when Warren Ellis takes control. The post WildStorm Rising: 15 Things We Want to See in DC’s Revival appeared first on CBR.com.
Benjamin Percy takes the baton from Warren Ellis.
In the late '90s and early '00s, Warren Ellis helped reinvent Wildstorm Comics for the 21st century with runs on titles such as Stormwatch, The Authority and Planetary. The imprint and its characters were folded into the regular DC Universe...Show More Summary
Comics Twitter is kinda freaking out right now. Around noon today, ComicBook.com broke the news that DC Entertainment is reviving a brand called WildStorm under the backing of legendary comics writer Warren Ellis. If these proper nouns mean nothing to you, here's a basic primer: Back in the early 1990s, ... More »
DC Comics has announced a revival of the beloved WildStorm imprint under the direction of revered comics scribe, and WildStorm alum, Warren Ellis. The post WildStorm Returning as New DC Imprint Under Direction of Warren Ellis appeared first on CBR.com.
It’s been years since Jim Lee’s WildStorm universe has truly existed at DC comics, although a portion of it (like Midnighter and Apollo) was incorporated into the main DC canon with the New 52. Now the entire universe will be reborn, under the stewardship of the legendary comic writer Warren Ellis. Read more...
He transformed Stormwatch into the Authority - what will he do with control of the whole universe?
The co-creator of THE AUTHORITY becomes the authority of an entire line at DC.
Warren Ellis is one of the many high-profile creators that has made Image Comics the home for his recent creator-owned projects, so it was a surprise to hear that he would be launching a new miniseries from young publisher AfterShock Comics. Show More Summary
Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire’s Injection is a comic that I was incredibly excited for, based on the same creative team's groundbreaking reinvention of Moon Knight at Marvel --- yet I felt underwhelmed after reading...Show More Summary
With RED on its way to TV, another joins alongside.