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Another in a considerable pool of British talent, Warren Ellis is famous for his scathing socio-political commentaries. In particular his work on The Authority has gained high praise for it's cleverness and intelligence, challenging preconceptions about comic books and superheroes, aswell as it's political deconstruction. Aside from The Authority, Ellis has created the massively popular Transmetropolitan, the engaging Planetary and had significant runs on Excalibur and Stormwatch. He is currently signed to an exclusive two year work-for-hire contract with Marvel, working on Ultimate Fantastic Four and Iron Man.

The Authority
The Authority: Relentless  
The Authority: Under New Management  
Planetary: Crossing Worlds  
Planetary: All Over the World and other stories  
Planetary: Who is the Fourth Man?  
Planetary: Leaving the 20th Century  
Transmetropolitan: Back on the Street  
Transmetropolitan: Lust for Life  
Transmetropolitan: Year of the Bastard  
Transmetropolitan: The New Scum  
Transmetropolitan: Lonely City  
Transmetropolitan: Gouge Away  
Transmetropolitan: Spiders Thrash  
Transmetropolitan: Dirge  
Transmetropolitan: The Cure  
Transmetropolitan: One More Time  
Transmetropolitan: Tales of Human Waste  
Stormwatch: Change or Die  
Stormwatch: A Finer World  
Stormwatch: Forces of Nature  
Stormwatch: Lightning Strikes  
Stormwatch: Final Orbit  
Black Summer  
Anna Mercury v1  
Official sffworld.com reviews

Black Summer
Nobody does it quite like Warren Ellis, especially with the insane art of Juan Jose Ryp to back him up, as Ryan found out reviewing Black Summer.
Anna Mercury v1
An apologetic return after a few weeks without posting. A second helping of Warren Ellis with his retro-space heroine Anna Mercury and a first volume filled with ideas.


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