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We look back at some of the best -- and best-looking -- collections released last year, from the "Saga" hardcover to "The Muppets" omnibus to "Big Damn Sin City."
With Warren Ellis currently revamping "Moon Knight" for Marvel, CBR looks at some of the writer's most essential contributions to the comics medium.
This week, Tim talks with Cody Walker, editor of "Keeping the World Strange: A Planetary Guide," about all things Warren Ellis. But they mostly end up chatting about "Planetary" and its importance in the history of comics.
In light of last week's news about the shuttering of Wildstorm, Tim takes a look back at all the goodness from the DC Comics imprint from over the years and lists the Twenty Best Wildstorm Comics of All Time.
This week, Timothy delves deeply into Warren Ellis and John Cassaday's "Planetary" #7, reflecting on the landmark issue's Vertigo influence and explaining what it all means.
Augie discusses how he watched Comic-Con International: San Diego unfurl on his computer screen, and some of the games he played with it. Also, 'Absolute Planetary' finishes the series with a strong second volume.
Augie discusses on the art stylings of Bryan Lee O'Malley and John Cassaday this week after a rereading of "Scott Pilgrim" and "Planetary" gave him the chance to see how the two creators' work has changed over time.
As promised last week, Tim takes on the comics of Warren Ellis, ranking the likes of "Stormwatch/The Authority," "Astonishing X-Men," "Global Frequency," and "Desolation Jones," in the Warren Ellis Top 10.
Jericho Drumm reps his city! Parker Robbins makes big moves! Wade Wilson makes pancakes! Could that be ... no, it's not a unicorn or a cheerleader who can cook, it's an issue of "Planetary" joining a winner week.
WildStorm editor Shannon Denton met with fans in San Francisco to tease what's coming next for the WildStorm Universe, who's doing variant covers for upcoming video game properties and more.
A near fight, "Anna Mercury" series 2, 300 cans of Red Bull, some career advice and Godzilla porn highlight Warren Ellis' entertaining - and sometimes disturbing - 3-hour talk at WizardWorld Chicago.