17 Fantastic Completed Webcomics to Binge-Read from Beginning to End

One of the risks in following a new webcomic is that the story might never end. You might end up with a comic that goes on for years only to have the creator abandon it. But there are some great webcomics out there that have wrapped up their storylines instead of fading into oblivion, leaving hundreds—and sometimes… » 3/05/14 10:41am 3/05/14 10:41am

Comic Wednesday brings us Orange Lanterns and an Infinity Gauntlet

Comic book Wednesday always delivers the most prescient fashions. Who wouldn't want to sport a dapper Orange Lantern (your friends will be so envious!) or a gem-encrusted Infinity Gauntlet (that Soul Gem is 24 carat!). Let this week's comic haul teach you that superheroes wear more than spandex. » 2/22/11 9:00am 2/22/11 9:00am

10 less-known Warren Ellis comics (that are worth your ducats)

Red may have featured Helen Mirren firing a gatling gun, but the film wasn't indicative of Warren Ellis' work as a whole. Here are 10 amazing tales from Ellis' oeuvre about such topics as transhuman deities and a dead Galactus. » 10/24/10 11:55pm 10/24/10 11:55pm

Get Your Steampunk Freak On With New Webcomic

If you've been hankering for a beautifully-illustrated, free steampunk webcomic, then today's launch of FreakAngels may be just the thing you're looking for. The six page launch episode of the weekly strip by Warren Ellis and new artist Paul Duffield may currently be full of familiar Ellis-isms, but is worth your time… » 2/15/08 3:30pm 2/15/08 3:30pm

Warren Ellis' New Cyber-Hangout

In preparation for the February launch of his new webcomic Freakangels, comic writer and self-styled "internet Jesus" Warren Ellis has started a new online community to support it. Whitechapel is, according to Ellis: » 11/29/07 9:15am 11/29/07 9:15am

Of course, this being a Warren Ellis board, expect to have to wade through camgirls and sycophants to…