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    • CommentAuthorDirk
    • CommentTimeOct 14th 2009
    Do you enjoy maintaining a fairly large internet presence or do you just keep it up because it increases sales of your many projects?

    Do you have any thoughts on how much of an impact your online activities have on sales of stuff you work on? That's probably not the sort of thing that can really be measured though.

    Also, what stage do you think you'd be at on Kohlberg's stages of moral development?
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    What character you have written has the most Warren Ellis in him or her?
    • CommentAuthorradian
    • CommentTimeOct 14th 2009
    You know a lot about music but - if you could have learned an instrument which one would it be ?
    ... or can you play one?
    ( yes i know you're not that other Warren Ellis... )
    • CommentTimeOct 14th 2009
    Since you've clearly lost your mind, #whitechapel wants to know if you'll take a break from accepting friend requests on FB and make an appearance in the IRC channel.

    Nick: [handle] Channel: #whitechapel

    Seriously, you might as well break IRC while you're at it.
    • CommentAuthorStefanJ
    • CommentTimeOct 14th 2009
    Do you have any plans / desire to see the Hollywood sausage factory in operation while Gravel & etcetera are made?

    (For values of Hollywood which include Toronto or Vancouver or whereever it is cheap to film these days.)
    • CommentTimeOct 14th 2009
    Given unlimited funds, time and space what would you do differently, if anything?
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    Do you have any plans / desire to see the Hollywood sausage factory in operation while Gravel & etcetera are made?

    I've seen it before, when GLOBAL FREQUENCY was shot.
    • CommentTimeOct 14th 2009
    So I'm going to be perverse and say HUNKY DORY.

    You, me and Wil Wheaton are in agreement, then.
    • CommentAuthorOwen
    • CommentTimeOct 14th 2009 edited
    A little clueless about the subject of ownership so apologies if this has been beaten to death. Could Global Frequency/Planetary/Jack Cross/Desolation Jones etc be revived by the publisher without your involvement or because you created the characters/worlds would you get a say? Sorry, I've looked elsewhere but just never been able to find a clear answer.
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    If Wildstorm wanted to do a new GLOBAL FREQUENCY series with new writers & new artists working on each issue, would that be okay with you?

    Why haven't you gone back to doing more GLOBAL FREQUENCY stories?

    What do we have to do / sacrifice in order to convince you to do a signing here in the Philippines?

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    During SDCC, in 2007, you said there'd be a Planetary one-shot and that it would be expensive. Has this project been dropped or will it ever see the light of day?

    Any details on what it was (or what it would have been)?

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    I figured you wouldn't be able to give details, but thanks for answering my question Warren!
    • CommentAuthorMathias B
    • CommentTimeOct 14th 2009
    Do you have a favourite Sherlock Holmes story?
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    FYI: G.I. Joe: Resolute is out Nov. 3rd in the US.
    • CommentTimeOct 15th 2009
    How do you keep everything you do organized enough to meet deadlines? You don't just write you also scour the web, research, sicken yourself with the joyously perverse and then self-medicate with booze and cigarettes, and do it again. I barely do half the Web reading of blogs and news stories that you do, even you can't get me on Facebook (though I think I'm just about everywhere else), I take it easy on the vices (at the moment) and don't even have a day job and I feel like I'm always catching up. How do you stay on top of things while feeding all the curiosity on which you seem to thrive?


    Whiskey or whisky? Why?
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    I remember reading an editorial in Metal Hurlant (the sadly short lived 2002 edition) where JP Dionnet praises your work for Avatar (Dark Blue, Atmospherics etc). He also mentions a project that you were developing for MH. By reading Do Anything and the brilliant Frankenstein's Womb, I'm guessing it would be something like an Apparat book. Can you talk about that project now?
    • CommentAuthorelricj
    • CommentTimeOct 15th 2009
    Warren, since you seem to have fairly wide ranging listening habits, has music ever been the initial inspiration for one of your works?

    Have you seen the Spider-Woman, Agent of S.W.O.R.D motion comic? And if you have, what did you think of this kind of mixed media presentation?
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    Actually, elricj's question makes me think of a more general one: What do you think of motion comics in general? Is it at all possible to do one well?
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    Any more rhetorical comics in the offing? I thought CRECY and FRANKENSTEIN'S WOMB were among the best things you've ever done. If it were up to me, comics-format lectures would be the new mainstream.
    • CommentAuthorEdie Howe
    • CommentTimeOct 15th 2009
    No question. Just that about a year ago you posted one of my pictures at my request to your blog. It came at a time when I was pretty low, and really needed the boost to my self-esteem. Thank you for that.