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Supergod Deconstructs the Intersection of Super Heroes and Religion

In the third of the Avatar superhero trilogy of titles that includes Black Summer, No Hero, and Supergod, Warren Ellis gives us a terrifying glimpse into a world where the arms race focused on creating super humans instead of nuclear … Continue reading

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Revisiting Black Summer

Warren Ellis has delivered dozens of incredible stories to Avatar Press readers.  One of the most powerful is Black Summer.  When John Horus decides to work for the government, it seems like a perfect match for his brand of justice. … Continue reading

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Warren Ellis’ Supergod is Unforgettable

If you are looking for a graphic novel that will impact you the way Warren Ellis has done with classics like The Authority and Transmetropolitan, then look no further than Supergod.  This story takes a Watchmen-esque look at humanity’s race … Continue reading

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No Hero Asks – What Would You Do To Get Super Powers?

What would you do to get super powers?  Or is the appropriate question, what wouldn’t you do?  Warren Ellis answers that question in the powerful story No Hero.  This incredible volume is part of a three-series thematic superhero trilogy that … Continue reading

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Christos Gage’s Absolution

Fans of the Netflix series Daredevil know that screenwriter Christos Gage is no stranger to writing vigilante fiction.  His original creation Absolution is one of the hardest hitting super vigilante stories you will ever read.  Imagine a mix of The … Continue reading

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