Phil Hester & Warren Ellis reunite for a creator-owned story of a shipwreck.
Warren Ellis and Stuart Immonen’s Nextwave is one of the zaniest, funniest comics Marvel has ever published —wild enough that its “canonicity” within the Marvel universe has been kept at arms length at various points since it ended.Show More Summary
James Bond is a franchise that was just begging for a great comics adaptation for years, and we finally got everything we wanted when Warren Ellis and Jason Masters were announced as the creators of an ongoing 007 comic last year. Now,...Show More Summary
In Normal, Warren Ellis (previously) sets a technothriller in a kind of rehab center for futurists and foresight specialists who've developed "abyss gaze" -- a kind of special bleak depression that overtakes people who plug themselves into the digital world 24/7 in order to contemplate our precarious days to come. (more…)
Nick Cave and his Bad Seeds and Grinderman bandmate, Warren Ellis, have scored the upcoming contemporary western, Hell or High Water, starring Jeff Bridges and Chris Pine. Directed by David Mackenzie, Hell or High Water tells the story of Toby (Pine), a divorced father who plots a series of bank heists with his...
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, who both play in the Bad Seeds and Grinderman, score a lot of films together. Their latest endeavor is Hell or High Water, a David Mackenzie-directed film starring Jeff Bridges and Chris Pine. CBS Films will release the movie in theaters August 12, which is the same day the soundtrack comes out via Milan. Show More Summary
Imagine, if you a can, a world where charismatic leaders and would-be messiahs take advantage of people's basic need for hope, and soulless corporations run by greedy little monsters squeeze every last dime out of their consumers even...Show More Summary
The new AfterShock Comics series from Ellis and Hester promises mystery, amnesia and an enigmatic saboteur on the high seas.
Phil Hester is one of my favorite creators in comics. No matter what he's working on, whether it's writing the working-class magic epic that is Mythic, drawing a classically underrated run on Swamp Thing, or working as a cartoonist on...Show More Summary
The one time OPERATION duo reunite for a horror series.
Warren Ellis has set sail for AfterShock Comics. An English writer known for Transmetropolitan, The Authority, Red and the Extremis storyline in Iron Man comics, Ellis will join artist Phil Hester and colorist Mike Spicer on Shipwreck, a six-issue miniseries that will debut Oct. 5. Ellis previously worked with AfterShock CCO Joe Pruett at Caliber Press, […]
Two debuts and Warren Ellis's next 007 adventure begins.
Warren Ellis's take on Ian Fleming's super-spy hits a hardcover edition.
See sample pages from this book at Wink. Injection by Warren Ellis (author), Jordie Bellaire (illustrator) and Declan Shalvey (illustrator) Image Comics 2015, 120 pages, 6.4 x 10 x 0.4 inches $7 Buy a copy on Amazon Science meets folklore. Show More Summary
Warren Ellis’ Karnak series hit a major roadblock with a four-month delay between the first and second issues due to personal issues faced by artist Gerardo Zaffino, but the book has gotten back on track since gaining a new artist in Roland Boschi. Show More Summary
My friend and mentor, Warren Ellis, is an award-winning writer, and incredible human. I am grateful and incredibly lucky to have him in my life. Warren’s been writing and sending […]
Warren Ellis spoke with CBR about his next 007 story for Dynamite, which supporting character will appear and creating absurd Bond Girl names.
Since its revitalization at the hands of Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey & Jordie Bellaire, Moon Knight has been one of Marvel’s standout characters and his book has become a playground for writers to tell a different kind of superhero story within the Marvel Universe. Show More Summary
Pre-orders now being taken, ships Nov 2016. Sterling sez, "A new novella of mine set in an alternate Europe just after the Great War." I know what I'm doing next Nov. What. A. Cover.
Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson's Transmetropolitan is nearly 20 years old, and the science fiction story of a journalist who wages truth-war on scumbag politicians 200 years from now could not be more relevant than it is today. (more…)