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  1.  (8762.1)
    Freakangels is my favourite, story and characters are really the best, and the beautiful art of Paul (Get well soon, Paul) makes Freakangels a comic masterpiece.
    I must say the second favourite is "Fell": Feral City is a magnificently portrayed evil-town,and Fell has some, might I say freakangelic quality? He's gentle, subtle, strong but you can sense an inner vulnerability. Kaitlyn would have liked him. and obviously, Fell has some dark secret we are yet to know (the flawed hero with something to hide and/or to atone for seems a recurring feature in Ellis's stories, see also Eljah Snow in Planetary).I quite loved Crooked Little Vein, its satire and the corrosive humour, not to mention the description of sexual practices that would have made poor Karl scream in horror: "Aauggh! Too much information! Arkady, erase my memory. please!" I love the characters of the protagonit and Trix.
    I've yet to read "Transmetropolitan"but I will.
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    I just read for the first time the Solar story Ellis and Robertson did together a while back. I gotta say, I loved the hell out of it. It actually rates pretty damn high on my favorite Ellis stories.
    Doc Sleepless and SuperGod are my preferred works by Ellis. I know most will say Transmet and while Transmet is about as perfect as you get (the writing is superb and the art is glorious, Darick Robertson is a God) but for where I am in my life and what I am thinking about: Doc Sleepless and SuperGod are it.
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      CommentAuthorErikCJones
    • CommentTimeAug 24th 2010
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    His run on Stormwatch was what originally got me into Warren's work, so that will always hold a special place in my heart. I also really enjoy Transmetropolitan, Planetary, The Authority, and Black Summer. Those are usually my go to books when i'm trying to get someone to read comics who usually doesn't.
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      CommentAuthorPaladine
    • CommentTimeAug 24th 2010
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    Transmetropolitan is my preferred work, followed by Orbiter, and then Fell and Doc Sleepless. And Crecy, not to forget that. And I'll stop there just so it doesn't turn into too much of a love fest.

    But Transmet. Yeah. Perfect.
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    Transmet, the good Doktor, Planentary, FA, the Authority and Supergod. In that order. I feel Warren's storytelling works better in long forms rather than short closed forms (although Orbiter, Red, Crecy etc are also totally awesome).
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    another one of these?
    STORMWATCH/AUTHORITY (one story!)
    GLOBAL FREQUENCY
    DOKTOR SLEEPLESS
    RED
    NO HERO

    are my favorites right now. it may change. i re read a lot of comics.
    • CommentAuthorBoga_
    • CommentTimeAug 24th 2010
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    Planetary
    Transmetropolitan
    Iron Man: Extremis
    Crecy
    Desolation Jones' first story arc.
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      CommentAuthorkperkins
    • CommentTimeAug 24th 2010
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    Transmet
    Crooked Little Vein
    Planetary
    Lazarus Churchyard
    • CommentAuthorarchizero
    • CommentTimeAug 24th 2010 edited
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    definetely Global Frequency, Planetary, Supergod, Doktor Sleepless and Ministry of Space.

    I love the line "you're on global frequency."
    • CommentAuthorPablo
    • CommentTimeAug 24th 2010
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    Planetary and Global Frequency are pretty high up there. Perhaps a couple of his Avatar one-shots as well, such as Aetheric Mechanics and Frankenstein's Womb. Favorite works-for-hire include Iron Man and Thunderbolts.
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      CommentAuthoradam_geen
    • CommentTimeAug 24th 2010
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    Desolation Jones, Fell and Planetary for me.
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      CommentAuthoroddbill
    • CommentTimeAug 24th 2010
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    Global Frequency, without question, is my favorite. I've enjoyed everything Ellis I've read, and Ignition City hit some pretty great buttons for me, but Global Frequency really took up some prime space in my head.
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    Right now, I'd say Supergod. Which is pretty much what I deserve for thinking it'd be rather dull and nothing I'd like before it came out.
    • CommentAuthorales kot
    • CommentTimeAug 24th 2010
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    FICTION:

    1) Frankenstein's Womb
    2) Transmetropolitan
    3) Planetary
    4) Hellblazer (Haunted, especially)
    5) Dark Blue

    OTHER:

    1) Come in Alone
    2) Do Anything
    3) Bad Signal
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    pffft

    his work's all been rubbish since the neck vagina. I think that was on his Ultimate FF run?

    MORE NECK VAGINA
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      CommentAuthorkelvin
    • CommentTimeAug 24th 2010
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    Actually, I prefer Shivering Sands, and The Bad Signal. Cranky, theory-testing sleep and drug deprived Warren in my ear at night is the one I like best. His twitter, too, while we're along that vein.

    Global Frequency was brilliant, though.
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      CommentAuthormister hex
    • CommentTimeAug 25th 2010
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    Bad World and Crooked Little Vein. And Transmet. And Crecy. And ... seriously, it'd be shorter to list things you DIDN'T love by Warren.

    ... I got nothing but apparently, folks are crying out for more neck vagina so ...
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      CommentAuthoroldhat
    • CommentTimeAug 25th 2010
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    Transmetropolitan
    Lazarus Churchyard (which I feel is a great prelude to Transmet)
    Global Frequency
    his Thunderbolts run
    Fell
    all of the Apparat Singles Group releases

    ...yeah, I'm going with Hex. It'd be a shorter list if it was the stuff I didn't like from that supernatural love swamii.
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      CommentAuthorJohn Skylar
    • CommentTimeAug 25th 2010 edited
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    I like all/most of Mr. Ellis's stuff, but there is a special, warm, decrepit and uncomfortable place in my heart for TRANSMETROPOLITAN, which convinced me that my interest in comics was more than just a vain attempt to relive childhood.
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    Approximately in order:

    Extremis - the motion comic version
    Planetary
    Global Frequency
    Transmet
    Black Summer - the opening pages were a wonderful catharsis