Planetary

Big Hearted, Black Hearted: Celebrating Warren Ellis
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…
Fantastic Five: Best Batman Team-Ups
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from our years on the Internet, it’s that there’s no aspect of comics that can’t be broken down and quantified in a single definitive list, preferably in amounts of five or ten. And since there’s no more definitive authorit…
Top 10 Single Issues of 2009 — Hot Ink Reviews
With 2009 about to draw to a close, now seems like a good time to look back on a year of Wednesdays and remind myself of the reason I buy new comics every week. To remember that it's worth sifting through the piles of never-ending zombie comics, celebrity biography cash-ins and Barack Obama tea…
Hot Ink Reviews: Planetary #27, X-Babies, Doctor Voodoo
ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest -- and best -- books coming out this week.
AND AT LAST WE ARRIVE AT THE END -- Planetary #27
I believe I may be required by law in this review to address the following topic first: This week Wildstorm is releasing the 27th and final issue of W…
‘Planetary': Digging up the Bones of the Genre Comic
"There are mad and beautiful things beneath the skin of the world we know, that you only see when you look at things on a planetary scale..."
-- Warren Ellis, from the original "Planetary" proposal
With this week's publication of "Planetary" 27, one of the most articu…
‘Planetary’ #27 Previewed
Fans have been waiting a long time for the conclusion to "Planetary," and now after nearly three years, they can feast their eyes on the end of an era with pages to the final 27th issue online.
The final issue of Warren Ellis and John Cassaday's "Planetary" ar…
‘Planetary’ #27 Cover Hits The Web
"Planetary" writer Warren Ellis has posted John Cassaday's full wraparound cover art from the series' long-awaited final issue on his blog. Fans will recognize visual elements from preceding installments, including my personal favorites - the bugs from Island Zero...