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Simon Spector

Simon Spector

Ellis describes the creation of Simon Spector as a cross between Doc Savage, The Shadow, and The Spider. "These were the guys who didn't screw around. And did they turn the bad guys over to the cops? Did they hell. They shredded the bad guys with hails of bullets, often from machine pistols they designed themselves to kill the bad guys more quickly and more messily. At best they abducted the bad guys and performed back room brain surgery on them to make them better citizens. And then they'd go home to play the violin badly, shag their secret mistresses and, in Doc Savage's case, play with a little box of vials that even as a kid I was convinced contained drugs of some kind. For those of us who loved the pulp heroes, but thought that back then things were a little too coy and way too white, I give you Simon Spector: superhuman detective adventurer who is also, frankly, here to take drugs and kill people."
Genre: Pulp

    Frank Ironwine

    Frank Ironwine

    Ellis describes the creation of Frank Ironwine, "The crime pulps were possibly the most influential of that whole publishing movement. Raymond Chandler. Dashiell Hammett. People who changed the face of literature published in the crime pulps. As pulps faded away, the crime writers moved to books rather than comics, and on from there to Hollywood. Crime is the map we build our houses around. Everything's based on crime. This is how Frank Ironwine sees the world. New York's built on the bones of the people who were murdered to make it happen. There are no new crimes in New York City, not really. They've all happened before, and understanding their patterns is a step towards understanding the city. But no crime is ordinary."
    Genre: Sci-Fi

    Ruins (2009)

    Ruins (2009)

    This one shot collects both issues of Ruins first published in 1995. It follows the investigations of former Daily Bugle employee Phil Sheldon as he travels the world researching superheroes and effects of the events which created them. These are not the supers of the main Marvel universe, but victims twisted from the experiments and accidents which created them and the strongest proof that somewhere, things went very wrong with the world a point Phil hopes to make with his book.

    Warren Ellis' Quit City

    Warren Ellis' Quit City

    Ellis describes the creation of Quit City, "The aviation pulps were the first to fade from memory. AIR WONDER STORIES. G-8 And His Battle Aces. Dusty Ayres And His Battle Birds. Not just combat pilots, but adventurers and heroes, fighting strange wars in the air. From a time when flight was still a little like magic, and aviators were heroes. They were an elite group, brave and skilled, technological explorers. The aviator hero couldn't survive the future, of course. Pilots are no longer rare and remarkable creatures. Like all great leaps, they became old ground. And so has Emma Pierson. She's the truth and the metaphor, and the classic pulp adventure story thrown into reverse. She's the aviator-heroine who's turned her back on it all. She's quit and gone home. She actually thinks she can go back to her old life, and that nothing's going to follow her. And she's almost right."

    James Bond: The Complete Warren Ellis Omnibus

    James Bond: The Complete Warren Ellis Omnibus

    After a mission of vengeance in Helsinki, James Bond returns to London and assumes the workload of a fallen 00 Section agent. His new mission takes him to Berlin, presumably to break up an agile drug-trafficking operation. But Bond has no idea of the forces gathered in secret against him, the full scope of an operation that's much scarier and more lethal than he could possibly imagine. Berlin is about to catch fire... and James Bond is trapped inside. Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents VARGR, the debut storyline in the all new James Bond comic book series, as crafted by masterful writer Warren Ellis (Transmetropolitan, The Authority) and artist Jason Masters (Batman Incorporated, Guardians of the Galaxy).

    Atmospherics

    Atmospherics

    She's in a hospital. Except it may be a police station. She's been traumatized. Or she's been arrested. She's the only living witness of a cattle-mutilation style attack on humans. Or she's a multiple killer who has a psychotic reaction to heroin use. Who may not survive discovering who she really is.

    Calibrations

    Calibrations

    Anthology collection.


    WildC.A.T.S/X-Men: The Dark Age

    WildC.A.T.S/X-Men: The Dark Age

    This story takes place in Manhattan in 2019. North America is a wasteland ruled by the Daemonites. It is revealed that the Daemonites on Earth went insane in anger and grief after learning that their homeworld had been conquered by the Kherubim. Still intent on conquering Earth, they stole Sentinel technology from the U.S. government and fused the technology with themselves, turning themselves into monstrous cyborgs who easily overpowered the combined human/superhuman/Kherubim forces which tried to stop them. By the time of the story's beginning, most of the Marve Superheros superheroes have either been killed or imprisoned, along with several Wildstorm superheroes...

    Sugarvirus

    Sugarvirus

    In the grim, gothic back streets of Berlin, a killer stalks the undead. The vampire packs find that they, the hunters, have become the hunted, victims of a series of truly bizarre and depraved murders. Even more terrifying is the mounting evidence that the vampire slayer is... another vampire...

    The Batman's Grave

    The Batman's Grave

    The World’s Greatest Detective must try to inhabit the mind of a murder victim to solve a case-without filling the empty grave next to those of his parents. Can Batman imagine the life of a corpse with a half-eaten face without dying himself?Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch, one of the most legendary creative partnerships of the modern age, reunite in this maxiseries about life, death and the questions most are too afraid to ask.

    Tokyo Storm Warning

    Tokyo Storm Warning

    Giant robots and atomic monsters collide in a new miniseries by Warren Ellis and James Raiz (Transformers)! In the present day, Zoe Flynn, American pilot, is sent to Tokyo on an exchange scheme to pilot the ARCangels, immense combat robots used to protect Tokyo from the giant monsters that have been plaguing it for some 50 years!

    Transmetropolitan

    Transmetropolitan

    After years of self-imposed exile from a civilizationrife with degradation and indecency, cynical journalist Spider Jerusalem is forced to return to a job he hates and a city he loathes. Working as an investigative reporter for the newspaper The Word, Spider attacks the injustices of his surreal 23rd Century surroundings.

    Trees: Three Fates

    Trees: Three Fates

    “A uniquely exciting read.” —IGN The acclaimed series from WARREN ELLIS and JASON HOWARD—which is currently being adapted for television—returns with a brand-new story of murder and ghosts! In the remote Russian village of Toska, there’s a dead body by the leg of the Tree that landed eleven years ago. Police sergeant Klara Voranova, still haunted by that day, has no idea how this murder will change everything—nor what awaits her in the Tree’s shadow.
    Genre: Sci-Fi

    The Spirit of BACARDÍ

    The Spirit of BACARDÍ

    This is the story of one man's irrepressible spirit, patriotism and determination to do what he knows is right.

    Dark Blue

    Dark Blue

    Warren Ellis' critically acclaimed Dark Blue is a deluxe graphic novel illustrated by Jacen Burrows with full grey tones. Violent, disturbed cop Frank Christchurch has too many problems. He has a partner who's convinced he's mentally ill, a commanding officer on smack, and a killer whom no-one else seems to want to catch. The pressure of his savage life is triggering murderous outbursts and hallucinations. Frank Christchurch is on the way down. And he might take everyone with him. Nothing is as it seems. This saga marks the first collaboration between Warren Ellis and Jacen Burrows, the critically-acclaimed team behind Bad World and Scars.

    Switchblade Honey

    Switchblade Honey

    Earth, losing its first war in space, pins its last hope on giving a new vessel to a crew of naval officers court-martialed for dissent - a crew just as likely to abandon Earth to the alien Chasta.
    Genre: Mature, Sci-Fi

    UltraForce/Avengers

    UltraForce/Avengers

    The Asgardian god Loki enters the Ultraverse and collects the Infinity Gems, also discovering the existence of a seventh Gem: Ego. Loki learns the Infinity Gems were originally part of a gestalt entity known as "Nemesis". The Ego Gem, possessing the Avenger Sersi, merges with the other Gems to reform Nemesis, and battles superhero teams the Avengers and Ultraforce, before being dissipated once again.

    Do Anything

    Do Anything

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    The Wild Storm

    The Wild Storm

    A troubled woman, barred by her employer from continuing her research, walks miserably through New York City. It takes her a moment to notice that everybody else is looking up. A man has been thrown from the upper floor of the Halo skyscraper. And that woman-Angela Spica, sick from the transhuman implants she’s buried in her own body-is the only person who can save him. What she doesn’t know is that the act of saving that one man will tip over a vast and secret house of cards that encloses the entire world, if not the inner solar system. This is how the Wild Storm begins, and it may destroy covert power structures, secret space programs and even all of human history. New York Times best-selling writer Warren Ellis (TRANSMETROPOLITAN, RED, THE AUTHORITY) returns to DC to curate Jim Lee’s WildStorm world, with this debut issue resetting the WildStorm universe with new iterations of Grifter, Voodoo, the Engineer, Jenny Sparks and others.

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