Transmetropolitan: Year of the Bastard Vol. 3 - Warren Ellis Reviews
Price Comparison for Transmetropolitan: Year of the Bastard V...
Reviews for similar products
Ultimate Fantastic Four Volume 3: N-Zone - Warren EllisMediocre Four for the first half! (747 words)
by pmcds - written on 12/11/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Volume 3 of Ultimate Fantastic Four, I have to admit, was rather a disappointment for me. I am a Marvel fan, having enjoyed the whole superhero thing since I was a kid. However, whereas most comics such as X-Men and Avengers and Spider-Man tend to combine action with explanation, I found this volume made the two rather different. It comprises of issues 13 to 18, and my main disappointment comes in the first 3 of these. As an adult with a fairly decent grasp of basic science, I found it a real struggle to see where they were going with the N-Zone featured in the title, with speech bubbles occupying large parts of the screen, the only respite being the funny one-liners from the ...
Starship Troopers - Warren EllisSupahpah Troopahpah (954 words)
by Diaz - written on 21/09/01, updated on 21/09/01 (Very useful, 92 readings)
two stories do lack the satirical edge the original film had they do make up for it with pace and pretty sassy dialogue. “Insect Touch” written by Warren Ellis and Gordon Rennie is about the first contact with the insect menace. It’s a pretty simple deal a little reminiscent of Aliens, basically a bunch of troopers head off for the Bug Planet after an abortive attempt by the Bugs to populate earth. Of course they are on a suicide mission which they seem to be quite happy about, it’s all very gung ho and to be honest it’s pretty good fun. The artwork by Paolo Parente and David ...