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"Secret Avengers" #19 scores a 4.5 star review from Chad Nevett who calls Warren Ellis and Michael Lark's issue "a lesson in how style and skill can turn the most basic of stories into something refreshing and new"
Marvel has released an early look at Warren Ellis' next issue of "Secret Avengers," featuring art by Alex Maleev. The Black Widow takes center stage on December 28.
Eisner Award-winning artist Alex Maleev visited CBR TV during NYCC to discuss his long-running creative partnership with Brian Michael Bendis, the use of photographic reference in his art and much more.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Secret Avengers" #19 as writer Warren Ellis is joined by artist Michael Lark. The issue hits stores in November.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews previews of Jonathan Hickman's "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" #3 and Warren Ellis' "Secret Avengers" #18, both hitting stores October 26.
"Persepolis" protests lead to arrests in Tunisia! Warren Ellis on digital comics! More on direct-market sales in September! Interviews with Daniel Clowes, Dan DiDio and Dave Roman! Plus more!
In the latest of G4's Marvel Comics anime adaptations, the "Friday Night Lights" and "Heart of Dixie" star tells CBR how he channels his inner fanboy to bring a tortured Cyclops to life in "X-Men."
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Secret Avengers" #18, Warren Ellis and David Aja's Shang-Chi-starring story set to hit October 26.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents exclusive previews of Jonathan Hickman's "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" #2 and Warren Ellis' "Secret Avengers" #17, in stores September 28.
The first of DC's New 52 to pull the WildStorm Universe into a new era, "Stormwatch" and writer Paul Cornell serve up a love letter to Warren Ellis, a bad ass Martian Manhunter and the great romance of Apollo and Midnighter.
CBR's Kelly Thompson gives "Secret Avengers" #16 by the new creative team of Warren Ellis and Jamie McKelvie 5 stars, calling it "a nearly-perfect superhero comic."
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive early look at "Secret Avengers" #17. Warren Ellis is joined by "Thunderbolts" artist Kev Walker for the issue which goes on sale September 28.
The "Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts" filmmakers screened snippets of their upcoming documentary and introduced a spot-on Ellis puppet for Comic-Con attendees.
Is a Thunder God by any other name still the Son Of Odin? “Thor” hits theaters this weekend, and in honor of the occasion, CBR News takes a look at his changing alter-egos, powers and costumes throughout the years.
The celebrated writer of cerebral sci-fi superhero comics tells CBR about coming on to Marvel's black ops squad in "Secret Avengers" for a six-issue run of stand alone missions as announced at WonderCon.
Artist Molly Crabapple spoke with CBR News about last week's Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School "Transmetropolitan"-themed event held to benefit the CBLDF and the Hero Initiative.
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.
This week, learn the origin of how Alan Moore and Alan Davis came to work together on Captain Britain! Did Warren Ellis re-work an Excalibur story for an X-Men mini-series? Plus, Alan Moore's connection to... BJ and the Bear?
The Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner WildStorm adaptation earns a nod in the "Best Motion Picture: Comedy Or Musical" and will go up against such films as "The Kids Are All Right" and "Burlesque."
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR presents exclusive previews of "Abattoir" #1 and Steve Pugh's "Hotwire: Deep Cut" #2, both on sale this Wednesday, October 27.
Director Robert Schwentke and producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura describe the process of moving from Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner’s dark comic book miniseries to the light-hearted ensemble action comedy that is “RED."
The "Iron Man" anime doesn't premiere on G4 until next summer, but fans were treated to a glimpse, as well as other Marvel anime efforts at the New York Comic Con, and CBR News has all the details.
Artist and series co-creator Cully Hamner and editor Ben Abernathy discussed the past, present and future of "RED," in both it's comic book and film forms, in front of an audience during their NYCC panel.
"RED," the latest love letter to action and caper films of a bygone era, features strong performances from a cast of Oscar notables and an adaptation that expands the world far beyond the comic upon which it is based.
"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.