Warren Ellis Back in Action on “Fell”, Coming Soon from Image Comics

Mothers, lock up your daughters – Warren Ellis is back in comics town!

Earlier this week, artist Ben Templesmith revealed that he was once again teaming up with writer Warren Ellis to continue work on Fell, a series that has been on hiatus since 2008. And ever since the announcement, it’s been the talk of the internet!

All jokes aside, this is pretty big news for fans of Fell. The series was originally planned to be an ongoing title when it launched in 2005. The run lasted nine issues before it was abandoned in 2008.

The new book will once again be published by Image Comics and is planned as a “single-volume work”. Neither a specific format nor release date have been announced at this time.

Here’s the official description of Fell from Image Comics:

Detective Richard Fell is transferred over the bridge from the big city to Snowtown, a feral district whose police investigations numbers three and a half people (one detective has no legs).

Dumped in this collapsing urban trashzone, Richard Fell is starting all over again.

In a place where nothing seems to make any sense, Fell clings to the one thing he knows to be true: Everybody’s hiding something. Even him.

Are you excited about Ellis’ return to Fell? Be sure to cast your stones in the comments.

Source: Michael Bancroft

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