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"RED" co-stars Bruce Willis and Karl Urban spoke about working together on the Summit Entertainment adaptation of the DC Comics title, the ambitiousness of the film and filming a rather painful fight scene.
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, Augie rereads "NextWave: Agents of H.A.T.E." and finds what he calls "the most perfect comic." Also, some thoughts on the coloring of "Kick Ass," the truth of "Peter Pan" and more on digital comics.
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.
Jeph Loeb unveiled Marvel TV’s first anime project at Comic-Con International in addition to announcing three upcoming Warren Ellis animated projects scheduled to air on cable network G4.
Stars Helen Mirren, Bruce Willis and Karl Urban joined series creators Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner after their panel at Comic-Con International to discuss comics, adapting "Red" to film and old age.
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.
The creative teams behind "RED" and its upcoming film adaptation spoke with fans at Comic-Con, discussing the how the comic book became a movie and what new projects are coming from the franchise.
Summit Entertainment released the full theatrical trailer for their adaptation of Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's Wildstorm miniseries "RED." The movie, starring Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren and more opens October 15.
Summit Entertainment has released three new stills featuring Helen Mirren and John Malkovich from their upcoming adaptation of the Wildstorm-published "RED" by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner.
The canceled issue of "Hellblazer" focusing on school shootings by Warren Ellis and Phil Jimenez will finally see release in what the publisher is branding a "Vertigo Resurrected" line of issues formerly kept off the market.
As Radical releases a trade paperback of Steve Pugh and Warren Ellis' "Hotwire," CBR News catches up with series co-creator Pugh about the experience of writing and drawing and the extras included in the collection.
Producer Ruwan Jayatilleke and artist Adi Granov discuss with CBR the release of the Iron Man motion comic based on the popular "Extremis" story by Granov and writer Warren Ellis.
Marvel Comics has released the first trailer for "Iron Man: Extremis," the publisher's latest motion comic endeavor which will adapt the popular Warren Ellis and Adi Granov storyline.
The artist joins Warren Ellis for an "Astonishing X-Men" miniseries that mixes an expressive African setting with an intense scifi mystery while also preparing to share his feature film directorial debut with fans.
Summit Entertainment has announced that principal photography has begun on the live-action adaptation of Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's Wildstorm miniseries "Red," which will star Bruce Willis and other A-list actors.
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.
New work from Warren Ellis like "Supergod," "Captain Swing" and the new George R.R. Martin title "Skin Trade" were among the announcements at the Avatar Press panel.
In a posting on his official site, Warren Ellis announced Monday that he is writing a film treatment for a story based on the Arthurian legends. Produced by Hollywood Gang, the film is presently known as "Excalibur."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Astonishing X-Men" #30 by Warren Ellis and Simone Bianchi, on sale June 24 in comics stores everywhere.
Webmaster Tim Simmons talks to CBR about The Comicbook Script Archive, a website designed to showcase the art of comics writing and featuring work by Ellis, Fraction, Bendis and more.
AiT/Planet Lar celebrated its tenth anniversary in March, and CBR News caught up with publisher Larry Young to discuss his experiences in the field of indie comics with titles like "Channel Zero" and "Astronauts in Trouble."
A crazy swipe file, whatever happened to "Legion of Super-Heroes" #50, the Diamond Comics Distributor best publisher of the year, the Top 10 likely effects of Diamond's distibution changes and more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
Based on an original story by Warren Ellis, "Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead" is a new four-issue miniseries from Radical Comics. Steve Pugh talks about the February book, which he both scripted and fully painted.
Everyone remembers "The Authority." Augie looks back on the two years' worth of comics that preceded it this week, with Warren Ellis' "StormWatch." How does the series that made Ellis a star hold up, 12 years later? Pretty well.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you first looks at "Astonishing X- Men: Ghost Boxes" #2 and "Captain Britain and MI:13" #9, both on sale next week in comics stores everywhere.
CBR News talks to Warren Ellis, Paul Duffield and Avatar's William Christensen about the first print collection of the team's free weekly webcomic, “FreakAngels,” and what’s in store for readers in Book 2.
With "Astonishing X-Men" #27 in stores this week, CBR spoke with series illustrator Simone Bianchi about his acclaimed and distinctive artwork for the best- selling Marvel title, and about working with writer Warren Ellis.
This week: the Declaration of Independents; what's new in superhero comics, and the dark, unexpected secret between two major rival series; and lots of notes, including "What If?" tales, "Wanted," the unproven RIAA, a new Comics Cover Challenge and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an extensive gallery of character designs by Simone Bianchi, the new artist of "Astonishing X-Men." Written by Warren Ellis, the team's debut issue is on sale this week.
Editor-in-Chief William Christiansen chugged Red Bull and teased 2009 at Avatar's hung-over Sunday morning congregation in Chicago, where he told fans to expect new work from Alan Moore next year.
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.