Warren Ellis Joins Suicide Girls As A Columnist

Mon, July 2nd, 2007 at 12:00am PDT

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CBR News Team, Editor

Official Press Release

Los Angeles, CA – SuicideGirls.com is excited and proud to announce that writer Warren Ellis will begin his new column " The Sunday Hangover " on July 1st 2007.

Warren is best known as a creator of graphic novels but he's also a journalist, a writer of animation, TV pilots, video games, films as well as being an accomplished photographer. Harper Collins will publish his first novel " Crooked Little Vein " later this month. The Sunday Hangover will offer Warren's own sobering view of world events and is likely to contain his brand of sardonic speculation on where we might be heading. Ellis will be emptying his brain, his inbox, and maybe even his camera for readers every Sunday morning on the Newswire. The column will be as eclectic as the writer.

SuicideGirls is a contemporary lifestyle brand. Combining the DIY attitude of underground culture with a vibrant, sex positive community of women (and men), the company was founded on the belief that creativity, personality and intelligence are not incompatible with sexy, compelling entertainment, and millions of people agree. The site mixes the smarts, enthusiasm and DIY attitude of the best music and alternative culture sites with an unapologetic, grassroots approach to sexuality.

Since launching in September 2001, the community has grown exponentially through word of mouth and viral marketing. Boasting one million unique visitors a week and a desirable user demographic between 18-26, SuicideGirls has built a strong business model that proves that erotica does not have to be exploitative to be successful.

In the same way Playboy Magazine became a beacon and guide to the swinging bachelor of the 1960's, SuicideGirls is at the forefront of a generation of young women and men whose ideals about sexuality do not conform with what mainstream media is reporting.

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