Published by the fine fringe culture explorers at Daily Grail, the new essay anthology Spirits of Place features stories by the likes of Alan Moore, Maria J. Pérez Cuervo, Warren Ellis, Gazelle Amber Valentine, Iain Sinclair, Mark Pesce, and many other mutant thinkers riffing on how we connect with the locations we inhabit. Show More Summary
The Internet Jesus makes his glorious return. Read more...
These are good times for literary techno-dystopias. Even setting aside the freighter of thrillers full of malevolent hackers, discriminating pessimists have plenty of ways to imagine technology enabling our doom: The Googles and Facebooks of the world are erasing our privacy (Dave Eggers’ “The...
Out this week: Normal by Warren Ellis; The Valancourt Book of Victorian Christmas Ghost Stories; and The Best American Magazine Writing 2016. For more on these and other new titles, go read our latest fiction and nonfiction book previews. The post Tuesday New Release Day: Ellis; Moore; Hodge appeared first on The Millions.
… It’s a quick way to look like an idiot. Warren Ellis A new year is but six weeks away … and you know what that means (besides holiday frenzy, too much turkey, broken resolutions, and the Times Square ball drop) … prediction time is right around the corner. Snow isn’t even on the ground […]
Are Doctor Manhattan's intentions towards the DCU finally going to be revealed? and what does Warren Ellis have in store for the new Wild Storm universe? The post Wild Storm Debuts, Watchmen/Rebirth Developments Teased in DC’s Feb. Solicits appeared first on CBR.com.
Warren Ellis has written loads of stories where characters peel back a thin veneer of comforting distraction to reckon with just how messed up the world really is. It can be uncomfortable, but you can’t stop reading because it feels so damn right. Read more...
Based on comments by Emma Stone, Nina Dobrev, Lily Collins and Tracee Ellis Ross, the Stylemakers ceremony Thursday served as a reminder for fashion followers, beauty buffs and A-list actors not only to go to the gym but also to find the light in a dark time. At the second annual luncheon hosted...
Think long enough about the future, where humanity is almost certainly doomed, and you might start going insane with despair. But what happens when your entire job is preparing for that future? In the latest techno-thriller novel by Warren Ellis (Transmetropolitan, Planetary, Red, etc.) you go to the one place that can help: Normal. Read more...
Annie Mok on A Walk In Eden. Natalye Childress talks to Liz Suburbia. Brigid Alverson talks to Majorie Liu and Sana Tekeda. Brett White talks to Tom Taylor. Tim Goodyear talks to Shaky Kane. not comics: how Warren Ellis eats breakfast. ...Show More Summary
Eidolon Chapter 5! Dynamite Entertainment's James Bond #11 by Warren Ellis and Jason Masters. The post James Bond #11 appeared first on CBR.com.
Earlier today, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds announced their first tour behind their new record Skeleton Tree. Now, the band have announced the North American leg of the 2017 tour. Their lineup will be: Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, Martyn Casey, Thomas Wydler, Jim Sclavunos, Conway Savage, George Vjestica, and Larry Mullins. Show More Summary
CBR has an exclusive first look at AfterShock Comics' Shipwreck #2 by Warren Ellis and Phil Hester. The post Shipwreck #2 (EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW) appeared first on CBR.com.
The two Bad Seeds are bringing life to the red planet.
On 11/4, National Geographic will debut a new six-part series titled MARS, which was produced by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer. Nick Cave and Warren Ellis provided the score for the show, and today they debuted its theme song. The duo worked together earlier this year on the film Hell Or High Water. Check out […]
Earlier this year, Nick Cave and Warren Ellis provided the score for the Jeff Bridges-starring film Hell or High Water. Today, it’s been announced that the duo have scored the National Geographic Channel’s six-part series “Mars.” Their soundtrack for the Ron Howard and Brian Grazer-produced series is out November 11 via Milan Records. Show More Summary
DC Co-Publishers Jim Lee & Dan DiDio discuss why Warren Ellis is the right person to guide WildStorm and the future of DC's major events. The post INTERVIEW: DiDio & Lee on WildStorm, Vertigo and Future of DCU Events appeared first on CBR.com.
My favorite Senator has been rude to Trump again, in a Washington Post op-ed: Cratering in the polls, besieged by sexual assault allegations and drowning in his own disgusting rhetoric, Donald Trump has been reduced to hollering that November’s election is “rigged” against him. His proof? It looks like he’s going to lose. Senior Republican […]
Why Warren Ellis is returning to his old stomping grounds.