NEXTWAVE: Terrorism Fiction

April 25th, 2007 | Work

North Lanarkshire Council have ordered copies of NEXTWAVE: I KICK YOUR FACE for their libraries.

However, they’ve also labelled it as “Terrorism Fiction.”

(Thanks to Paul Buntine.)

11 Responses to “NEXTWAVE: Terrorism Fiction”

  1. I noticed on the link the tag “warren ellis is my jesus”. Four products were tagged five times with it. So, which ENGINEers did it?

  2. It’s only coming in paperback? Poo.

  3. Osama stick you in his pants.


    My new favorite genre. How much time before we get Terrorism Fiction/Chick Lit hybrids?

  5. I’m finishing my Terrorism Erotica opus any day now…

  6. they are subject headings – fiction books on terrorism.

    Warren Ellis is popular in libraries

  7. If the URL works, this is what the NY Public Library system (all 5 boros) has of yours:–3&uri=link=1100082~!S2383336~!1100001~!1100087&aspect=basic&menu=search&ri=1&source=~!dial&term=Ellis%2C+Warren&index=NL

    I see I’ll have to put in a manual request for more!

  8. Bugger. Won’t work. Sorry for that.


    Select LEO search

    Choose By Name

    Insert Ellis, Warren

  9. Clearly, “Terrorism Fiction” has to be the title of the first Nextwave miniseries.

    …there is going to be a Nextwave miniseries, right?


  10. I think “Terrorist Pornography” makes a more striking title. But somehow just a noun and an adjective doesn’t have the “kick-‘splode” oomf that we’ve come to expect out of Nextwave titles.

    Maybe something about a cybernetic mandrill adult baby piloting a rocket ship…

    Nah, sounds too Brubaker-ish.

  11. Other libraries have I Kick Your Face. Here’s’s record:

    Lots of libraries have lots of graphic novels.