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Gun Machine by Warren Ellis & Labryinths by Jorge Luis Borges - MY WEEK IN BOOKS 11/05/2015

Books! Like comics, but with more words and fewer pictures!

I read a lot and tend not to post about them, but these both have comic book connections (one rather tenuous, I admit!) so here we go! 278 more words

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Injection 1

Today, Drew and Ryan are discussing Injection 1, originally released May 13th, 2015.

Drew: The conventional wisdom on writing is that you must hook your audience from the very first sentence. 1,934 more words

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Preview: Trees #9

Trees #9

Story By: Warren Ellis
Art By: Jason Howard
Cover By: Jason Howard
Price: $2.99
Diamond ID: MAR150512
Published: May 20, 2015

Beginning the second TREES story, “Two Forests.” The Orkney Tree, set among the standing stones of that remote island, seems almost like it was always meant to be there. 76 more words

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Warren Ellis on Mad Max

“You forget that the MAD MAX films are a narrative continuum, from the brink of societal collapse all the way through to the petrol- and water-cults after the end of the world.   148 more words

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Pick of the Week - Injection #1

*Spoilers for the issue follow*

Image Comics has been pumping out hit after hit in the past year or so. Gathering top creators to make comics that they themselves have complete and total creative control over, Image has become one of the key places to find compelling stories that don’t feel recycled or have been overused countless times before. 1,346 more words

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Review: Injection #1

Writer: Warren Ellis

Artist: Declan Shalvey

Injection’s premise is that five crazy people poisoned the earth and now have to deal with the mistakes they made. 354 more words

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What I thought of Project Superpowers: Black Cross #3

Thoughts about #1 and #2.

What I love about this different take on some pretty average superheroes is that not only has Warren Ellis subverted what most people would expect from such a series, he’s introduced a mystery that hides a creeping sense of dread that something utterly terrible is coming. 114 more words

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