Declan Shalvey spoke with CBR about reuniting with "Moon Knight" creative team of Warren Ellis and Jordie Bellaire to build their ambitious, apocalyptic world.
Warren Ellis is a writer. You may know him from Transmetropolitan, his acclaimed cyberpunk comic book series about a gonzo journalist, or from his novels like Gun Machine. And then there are the television shows, film projects, and magazine columns, many of which comment on our relationship with technology and the future. Read more...
Warren Elly, a veteran Florida reporter who worked nearly thirty years at Tampa Fox station WTVT, died on Monday. He was 64. Elly, who retired four years ago, had been blogging about his struggle with a rare adrenal cancer that had metastasized. “I...Show More Summary
Last year, while promoting his documentary 20,000 Days on Earth, Nick Cave told me that he and Warren Ellis were hungry to do more work scoring films. Specifically they were eager to do a horror film, but clearly they’re not about to be limited by genre. Show More Summary
If you haven’t read / aren’t reading Warren Ellis’ work, then you are seriously missing out on one of the most exciting things happening in media (for my money anyway). I only discovered his stuff about a year ago and I’ve become a complete fanboi. Show More Summary
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, who've played together in the Bad Seeds and Grinderman, have added another film soundtrack to their long list of credits. They've scored French director David Oelhoffen's Far From Men (Loin des Hommes), a movie that stars Viggo Mortensen and is based off an Albert Camus short story. Show More Summary
Ellis revealed on his blog that he has already begun work another project for Marvel Comics.
Warren Ellis revealed on Tumblr that he has signed on for a new project at Marvel.
Kelly Sue DeConnick, Warren Ellis and David Lopez's "Captain Marvel" #13 is "a magnificent read that just so happens to sneak in as new-reader friendly."
Author, comics legend and uncanny futurist Warren Ellis has gifted us with his insight into your pressing questions about the coming days of tech, free speech, the music industry, space travel, which Earthbound species is most likely to have alien origins, and much, much more. Read more...
To help us kick off the new White Noise, Warren Ellis has graciously agreed to answer our questions about the future. Ask the creator of Transmetropolitan and the popularizer of the bowel disruptor what's on your mind. We'll send some choice questions over and publish his answers later this week. Read more...
Check out Dynamite Entertainment's new releases including "Army of Darkness" #4 and Warren Ellis' new series, "Project Superpowers: Blackcross."
With issue #1 sold out ahead of release, get a first look at Warren Ellis & Colton Worley's "Blackcross" #2 as a serial killer is on the loose.
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.