Warren Ellis is the award-winning writer of TRANSMETROPOLITAN, PLANETARY, THE AUTHORITY and the writer and co-creator of the graphic novel RED, which was the basis of two major motion pictures. He is also the author of the NYT-bestselling novels Gun Machine and Crooked Little Vein. His newest publication is the digital short-story single Dead Pig Collector, from FSG Originals.
His awards and recognitions include the NUIG Literary and Debating Society’s President’s Medal for service to freedom of speech, the EAGLE AWARDS Roll Of Honour for lifetime achievement in the field of comics & graphic novels, the Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire 2010, the Sidewise Award for Alternate History and the International Horror Guild Award for illustrated narrative.
Ellis lives outside London, on the south-east coast of England, in case he needs to make a quick getaway.
newTHE BATMAN’S GRAVE #1
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.
DETECTIVE COMICS #1000 DELUXE EDITION
The amazing 1000th issue of DETECTIVE COMICS is collected in this new Deluxe Edition hardcover, including a new story written by Robert Venditti with art by Steven Segovia!
THE WILD STORM #23
The storm of accidents, deaths, mistakes, confusion and anger has led to this. Miles Craven has lost his grip and Henry Bendix has lost his mind. Angie Spica’s journey is ending.
DETECTIVE COMICS #1000After 80 years, it’s here—the 1,000th issue of DETECTIVE COMICS, the title that literally defines DC!
TRANSMETROPOLITAN BOOK TWO
In these stories from TRANSMETROPOLITAN #13-24, renegade journalist Spider Jerusalem targets three of society’s most worshipped and warped pillars: politics, religion, and television. When Spider tries to shed light on the atrocities of these institutions, he finds himself fleeing a group of hit men/kidnappers in possession of his ex-wife’s frozen head, a distorted creature alleged to be his son, and a vicious, talking police dog. Also includes the one-shot TRANSMETROPOLITAN: I HATE IT HERE.
THE WILD STORM #24The final issue. The final act. IO has betrayed the world, and Skywatch wants to burn it. The only people in the middle are Jenny Mei Sparks’ ragtag team of wounded orphans of the secret world. The storm has hit. This is how it ends.
THE WILD STORM #22
“The Sparks has the authority.” Jenny Mei Sparks has assembled a group of misfits and exiles, to stand against a corruption that covers the world and orbits above it. The problem?
THE WILD STORM #21
The experimental subjects code-named Apollo and Midnighter have broken cover. Combat-optimized superhumans are now loose on the Earth.