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Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts (2011)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 2011 (USA)
This insightful documentary dives into the warped mind of the writer/futurist/philosopher behind groundbreaking comics "Transmetropolitan," "Iron Man: Extremis," and "RED."

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Patrick Meaney
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Credited cast:
Warren Ellis Warren Ellis ... Himself
Matt Fraction ... Himself
Darick Robertson Darick Robertson ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jason Aaron Jason Aaron ... Himself
Jamais Cascio Jamais Cascio ... Himself
Lenora Claire ... Herself
Bruce Colwin Bruce Colwin ... Art Conquest
Amanda Conner Amanda Conner ... Herself
Molly Crabapple Molly Crabapple ... Herself
Robert Cutts Robert Cutts ... Warren Ellis
Kelly Sue DeConnick ... Herself (as Kelly Sue Deconnick)
Colleen Doran ... Herself
Zoetica Ebb Zoetica Ebb ... Herself
Garth Ennis ... Himself
Kristen Felicetti Kristen Felicetti ... Biker Girl
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This insightful documentary dives into the warped mind of the writer/futurist/philosopher behind groundbreaking comics "Transmetropolitan," "Iron Man: Extremis," and "RED."

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comics | reenactment | comic book | See All (3) »

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Not Rated
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USA

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English

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2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Captured Ghosts: The Comics & Decadence of Warren Ellis See more »

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Respect Films,Sequart See more »
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Arizona
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Written by Zoë Blade
Performed by Zoë Blade
Courtesy of Transistor Sounds
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A basic talking head introduction to Ellis
27 December 2013 | by John DoeSee all my reviews

Starting with the standard "Tell me about your childhood" question, this documentary follows Ellis' life as a person, and professional comic book author. It goes through most of his publications, praising him like the god of sci-fi comics, and hyping his impact on comic book culture. There's interviews with people he's worked with, friends and family, with a lot of focus on an internet forum he used to host, where people became such good friends that several ended up marrying.

As a fan of Ellis' Transmetropolitan, I found this docu to be informative about some of his other works. I have already acquired several that I became interested in checking out, but all in all, this film is far from the greatness of the similar docu about Alan Moore.


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