Warren Ellis & Jason Masters' "James Bond" continues, Doc Savage returns in "The Spider's Web" and more from Dynamite Entertainment.
James Bond is back! And not just on the big screen—Britain’s most famous spy has returned to comics after decades away in today’s release of James Bond #1 by Warren Ellis and Jason Masters. To mark the release of issue one, we spoke Ellis to discuss how he brought Ian Fleming’s classic hero to life. Read more...
by Bill Pearis Younghusband's new album, Dissolver, is out on Friday (10/30) via ATP. Produced by Robert Hampson of Loop, and featuring Dirty Three violinist Warren Ellis on a couple tracks, it's a lightly psychedelic record that owes some debt...
Warren Ellis and Gerardo Zaffino's "Karnak" #1 "is a must-read for its art and sharp wit."
Since his phenomenal run on Marvel’s Moon Knight, Warren Ellis has been largely absent from the world of superhero comics, instead concentrating on creator-owned projects at Image. That changes next week with the release of Karnak #1,...Show More Summary
The comics dream team return with 'Heartless,' described as part-Lynch, part-Tarkovsky.
Warren Ellis ruminates on the the way that the old idea that the Internet was birthing an "attention economy" has been transformed by Facebook, which has literally monetized attention, charging you money to reach the people who've asked to hear from you. (more…)
The Inhuman known as Karnak goes solo in this preview from his all-new series by Warren Ellis and Gerardo Zaffino.
Warren Ellis talks about his and Jason Masters' take on whom he calls "an ordinary man... projected into extraordinary situations".
"Nimona" makes National Book Award longlist! Cartoon Art Museum holds final Mission Street event! Interviews with Kate Beaton, Declan Shalvey & Warren Ellis!
"The big ideas, multiple plotlines and accumulating mysteries get knitted together and opened up" in Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey's "Injection" #5.
In his first interview on "James Bond, Warren Ellis explains how his and Jason Masters' 007" hews more closely to Ian Fleming's novels than the movies.
While researching my article on Monica Rambeau’s unfortunate history, I naturally re-read one of her standout series: Warren Ellis and Stuart Immonen’s Nextwave: Agents of HATE. It’s a comic I already held dear to my heart, but it re-affirmed what I previously thought: It’s the most joyful comic Marvel have ever released.http://io9.com/the-unfortunat... Read more...
A first look at the new title from a character Ellis describes as "a short guy in a weird helmet who can karate-chop anything to death."
Ellis talks turning the lesser-known Inhuman supporting player into the deadly lead of an "astonishingly bleak" series.
Author Alejandro Zambra was interviewed by his editor at McSweeneys. Stream the new Frog Eyes album Pickpockets' Locket. Publishers Weekly interviewed author Warren Ellis. Jason Isbell covered "Desperadoes Waiting For A Train." Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed author Wendy S. Walters....
In the pages of Nextwave, Warren Ellis and Stuart Immonen established Elsa Bloodstone as one of the premier badasses in the Marvel Universe, and she’s been given the opportunity to let loose in Marvel Zombies, a Secret Wars tie-in that strands Elsa in a territory overrun with zombies. Show More Summary
Get an exclusive first look at the all-star artists covering Warren Ellis and Jason Masters' November-launching 007 series.
In "Injection" #4, "Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey's work is ambitious and skillful enough to reward engagement and commitment."
The RED films are awesome, action-y fun (based on the Warren Ellis comic) that, much like Constance Tillet in my previous post today, remind me that you're never too old to whoop some serious ass. They give me hope that I, too, may one day grow up to look flawless like Helen Mirren and wield machine guns with abandon. I have high hopes!