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.
When it comes to making comics that are great slow burn reads over an extended run, there is no one better than Warren Ellis! The post The Wild Storm #1 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
This week's debut of The Wild Storm is pretty interesting for a lot of reasons, but chief among them is the return of Warren Ellis to the superhero universe that he helped to shape into the setting of some of the most compelling superhero stories of the past 20 years. Show More Summary
Warren Ellis, Jon Davis-Hunt, Engineer, Zealot, Voodoo, Miles Craven, Jacob Marlowe, and Deathblow.
Planetary may have been intergalactic, but it won't be a part of Ellis' eagerly anticipated Wildstorm relaunch. The post Planetary Will NOT Be Part of Warren Ellis’ Wildstorm Reboot appeared first on CBR.com.
The act of saving one man will tip over a vast house of cards that encloses the entire world! DC's The Wold Storm #1 by Warren Ellis & Jon Davis-Hunt. The post The Wild Storm #1 appeared first on CBR.com.
According to imprint curator Warren Ellis, the new WildStorm universe will expand to four total titles over the next two years. The post Ellis Provides New Details on WildStorm Expansion appeared first on CBR.com.
Warren Ellis has big plans for his return to WildStorm.
Yesterday Netflix announced Castlevania season 1, part 1 is coming out later this year. Adi Shankar (Dredd), comic book writer Warren Ellis (Planetary), and executive producer Fred Seibert (Adventure Time) are working on the animated...Show More Summary
Netflix has an animated adaptation of Castlevania in the works, to be written by Warren Ellis and brought to the screen by the team for Adventure Time and Bee and Puppycat.
We recently learned that producer Adi Shankar has been working on an animated adaptation of the Castlevania video game series for Netflix with two seasons already written by comic book legend Warren Ellis. That is astonishing news. I didn’t know those words could all fit together in the same sentence and in that order. Show More Summary
Confirming the newly announced Netflix series is his long-discussed project, Adi Shankar also praised Ellis' writing. The post Castlevania: Warren Ellis’ R-Rated Scripts Have Game of Thrones Vibe appeared first on CBR.com.
Yes, that Netflix. Yes, that Castlevania. And frankly, with no major Castlevania games on the horizo...
Hollywood is determined to figure out how the hell to adapt a video game, and now Netflix is tapping Dracula to have a go itself. Castlevania is getting the Netflix Original Series treatment, according to a post from television and film producer Adi Shankar. This production will get two seasons with the first launching on […]
Karnak #6 Writer:? Warren Ellis Artist(s):? Roland Boschi Colorist:? Dan Brown Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles Cover: David Aja Publisher: Marvel The post Karnak #6 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
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