CROOKED LITTLE VEIN In The Chicago Tribune

April 29th, 2008 | Work

"In the book "Crooked Little Vein," graphic-novelist-turned-traditional-author Warren Ellis takes readers on a twisted trip across America in search of our nation’s "secret constitution," a fictional book that grants the one who reads it aloud power over the masses. At one point in the book, the protagonist stumbles across a movie theater for macroherpetophiles — people who love giant lizards (in the biblical sense, if you catch my drift). It’s a mind-bending read and I’ll never be able to look at that inflatable Godzilla on the used car lot the same way again."


3 Responses to “CROOKED LITTLE VEIN In The Chicago Tribune”

  1. “Graphic -Novelist-Turned-Traditional-Author, Warren Ellis”

    I like the sound of that. Kinda rolls off your tongue.

  2. i guess “macroherpetophiles” sounds better than godzilla bukkakke.

  3. I found your site on technorati and read a few of your other posts. Keep up the good work. I just added your RSS feed to my Google News Reader. Looking forward to reading more from you down the road!