According to Pitchfork, Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, members of the Bad Seeds and composers behind the music of films like Hell Or High Water and The Road, have already written their next score. The duo’s music will appear in War Machine,...Show More Summary
Nick Cave and his Bad Seeds/Grinderman bandmate Warren Ellis often compose film scores together. Recently, they've provided music for movies like Hell Or High Water and Wind River and shows like National Geographic's MARS, and Pitchfork reports that their latest project is the soundtrack for the upcoming Netflix film War Machine. Directed by David Michôd…
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis (of the Bad Seeds and Grinderman) have a robust history of putting their music to film, and they’ve added to that repertoire with yet another film score. The pair have composed the soundtrack for the forthcoming...Show More Summary
Angela Spica might yet have a chance to survive this terrible day! DC Comics' The Wild Storm #3 by Warren Ellis & Jon Davis-Hunt. The post EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: Everyone’s After Angela in The Wild Storm #3 appeared first on CBR.
Artist Bryan Hitch shared a new cover for Absolute Authority Vol 1, a collection of his run on Wildstorm with Warren Ellis. The post Bryan Hitch Unveils New Authority Artwork appeared first on CBR.
Arriving in August from DC Comics, the collection will include new stories from the likes of Jim Lee, Warren Ellis, Bryan Hitch and others. The post WonderCon: WildStorm Announces 25th-Anniversary Hardcover appeared first on CBR.
Warren Ellis and Jon Davis-Hunt's The Wild Storm has so far lived up to its promise of reinventing the familiar through the most modern and forward thinking of lenses, creating a global spy conspiracy that brings together fan-favorite characters like Grifter, Voodoo and The Engineer. Show More Summary
Jakob Free provides a primer on the work of Warren Ellis. Dave Richards talks to Saladin Ahmed. Michael Cavna profiles Ruben Bolling. Ben Beaumont-Thomas talks to Vincent Connare. Tim Smith talks to Charlie Hankin. a Radix lawsuitShow More Summary
In his recent novel Normal, Warren Ellis imagines a refuge from the world, a safe space tucked away in the Oregon forests. Somewhere between a private resort and a mental hospital, it provides sanctuary to a small and extremely specific...Show More Summary
In the 1990s, Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson foresaw a future of twisted behavior, renegade politics, and uncontrollable technology in Transmetropolitan. We’re revisiting the series book by book, because in a time of unrest and uncertainty...Show More Summary
Jon Davis-Hunt is celebrating his biggest comic book gig yet, as artist on Warren Ellis' The Wild Storm for DC Comics. The post INTERVIEW: Jon Davis-Hunt Engineers The Wild Storm with Warren Ellis appeared first on CBR.
It’s all going very wrong, very quickly. There’s going to be more blood. DC Comics' The Wild Storm #2 by Warren Ellis & Jon Davis-Hunt. The post The Wild Storm #2 appeared first on CBR.
Writer Warren Ellis returning to DC Comics to relaunch the Wildstorm universe is one of the most exciting superhero projects of this year, and it’s especially compelling because DC is giving Ellis the freedom to approach The Wild Storm exactly how he wants. Show More Summary
Warren Ellis reveals his plans.
Warren Ellis is scripting the animated take on the video game classic The post A Blood Moon Rises on a Netflix Castlevania Series Poster! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Welcome to the weird, weird worlds of comic book writer and novelist, Warren Ellis. Column by Keith Rawson I love Futurism. I love sitting and toying with the ideas of where humanity is going. My mind typically takes me to dark places. Show More Summary
Q: Why aren't the Wildstorm characters a comfortable fit in the modern, edgier DC Universe? — @jdkrach A: With Warren Ellis and Jon Davis Hunt reviving it in the pages of The Wild Storm --- and with characters like Midnighter and Apollo...Show More Summary
After six years, WildStorm is back. And thanks to Jon Davis-Hunt and Warren Ellis’ THE WILD STORM, it has come back strong. Read more...
On February 16, 1968 in Essex, England, Warren Ellis materialized fully-formed, flicked a lit cigarette at the world, and went off to write brilliant comics, essays and stories that read like compressed and condensed versions of the man himself, full of all the prescience, bile, and heart that flows out of this creative giant. Continue reading…
The Wild Storm #1 is certainly what you'd want from Warren Ellis remodeling a comic book universe. The post In The Wild Storm, Warren Ellis Takes Hold of a Universe appeared first on CBR.com.