The WonderCon edition of Marvel's Cup O' Joe panel began with the new theatrical trailer for Captain America: The First Avenger and the latest animated teaser for Fear Itself. Chief Creative Officer Joe Que
Created by Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson, Transmetropolitan took a vivid look into a possible (maybe likely?) future where excess and depravity and technology and convenience converged with paradoxically beautiful and wretched results for humanity and politics, as seen through the eyes of outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem. The Vertigo series was one of the most idiosyncratic comics on the shelves, and the aestheti
Because we're feeling the pull of the yuletide (whatever the heck that is), ComicsAlliance decided to start a countdown to Christmas in the tradition of that old holiday standard, The 12 Days of Christmas. Except
Now a feature film starring Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, and John Malkovich, "Red" was originally a comic book miniseries by writer Warren Ellis ("Transmetropolitan", "Planetary") and artist Cully Hamner ("Detective Comics," "Blue Beetle") about a retired black ops killer named Paul Moses, an over the hill former operative who had been done with the wetwork game for years, wishing only to be left alone to have a quiet life and to try and forget the awful things he had done for his country.
But when a newly ap
At least year's Comic-Con Marvel announced plans for "Iron Man," "X-Men," "Wolverine" and "Blade" anime written by Warren Ellis and animated by Mad House Studios, showing off Iron Man and Wolverine teaser trailers featuring some impressive (if not completely representative of the final product) animation, along with a 2010 release date. One year later, Marvel is more or less delivering on that timeline, with all 12 episodes
I never fully got into Warren Ellis. "Transmetropolitan" seemed uneven to me, and especially when given mature-readers latitude he tends to include tons of... well, for lack of a better term, Ellisisms (Godzilla bukkake, "chair leg of truth", etc
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week.
SAVING MY REMAINING AC-DC PUNS FOR THE LAST ISSUE - Blackest Night 7
"Blackest Night"'s main title book is back after taking the month of January off, possibly in the hopes that we'd forget how it claimed that every single character resurrection that's ever occurred in the DC Universe was all part of Nekron's masterful years-long plan. Still no further elaboration on that statement h