Tag: Warren Ellis

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The Batman’s Grave #1 – Review

First, I have to say that I love when we refer to him as "The Batman." I also love when high-profile writers, known for different takes on characters try on one of the iconic characters. Warren Ellis is amazing on his own, but pairing him once again with Bryan Hitch, well, you know I'm gonna read it.

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The Boys Omnibus Vol. 3 – Review

Yeah, it seems weird to review a collection of previously published comics. However, The Boys is probably the hottest comics-related TV show right now. I went into this book relatively uninformed of the story, as I suspect a lot of new readers of The Boys will be on the heels of the Amazon Prime series.

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Authority #1: Reviews of Old Comics

THE AUTHORITY #1 May  1999 There are a few series that shaped the comics industry following its near collapse in 1993. After comics came back a decade later, they had been shaped by series that made them more mature, smarter and appealing. Comics became less like the industry of the past and more like the multimedia of the turn of the century. The Authority was one of those series that changed everything. This review will talk about not just the comic itself, but about the industry that came out of its wake. This is the period that comics started changing, and The Authority #1 was a signal for that change.

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A FRESH SPIN ON THE ALIEN INVASION STORY IN TREES

Warren Ellis’ new series’ fan base grows, early artwork from issue #3 revealed Bestselling writer Warren Ellis (SUPREME: BLUE ROSE, Planetary) and Jason Howard (SUPER DINOSAUR, ASTOUNDING WOLF-MAN) continue the unnerving alien-invasion hit series in the third issue of TREES. Fraught with suspense and foreboding, TREES explores a future after tree-like aliens have planted themselves without regard for

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