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  1. It’s shiny! Can’t wait :)

  2. Skiriki Skiriki

    I’m counting days here, Mr. Ellis. Oh yes. This makes me pleased.

  3. A very familiar piece of tech, there. Here’s hoping it all works out for Ambrose…

  4. Stumproot Stumproot


  5. Oh yeah! I am one of those ‘check for the next Planetary issue’ guys for who knows how many years. This means I’m going to have to dig out the old issue to refresh my aging memory. Damn, heavy lifting!

    Page 18. Does that mean it’s halfway done?


  6. Mike Mike

    Holy Shit!


  7. Not a hoax! Not a dream! Not an imaginary tale!

  8. Shadur Shadur

    … That grid looks familiar.

  9. I know that time loop. The question is will the Ambrose Chase who steps out be the one we love, or the one who tried to kill Superman?

  10. @McGinley: How’s Annie!? How’s Annie!? How’s Annie!?

  11. Kyle Kyle

    Now.. not that I’m complaining.. but why October? If it’s at least PARTLY coloured, why such a delay? It’s almost done, it could be out in a couple months, not 5!

  12. Warren Ellis Warren Ellis

    The solicitation process takes four months in total.

  13. Cowgirl Cowgirl

    I seem to remember some title bearing that name from my distant youth. Will Planetary’s talented illustrator be started work immediately on the next one after completing this issue or will it be a few more years?

  14. sid r sid r

    … would be a senior editor at WildStorm Productions overseeing the final issue of this incredible, defining work…
    …the final issue…

    wait, what?

  15. Warren Ellis Warren Ellis

    This is the epilogue issue. There will be no more, ever.

  16. brockers brockers

    I’M HARD!

  17. Scott Creley Scott Creley

    ZOMG seizure!

  18. Scott Scott

    ZOMG Seizure! I’ve been dying to see where things would leave off with Elijah snow. Oh wildstorm I knew ye well. (sorry double post)

  19. Kyle Kyle

    Aww man. I can’t friggin’ wait. Friggin’ solicitation process! Ah well.

  20. cez cez

    Oh SNAP!

  21. Darren Darren

    Fantastic. a true shame its ending. Ok Warren, its time to sell the movie rights and retire to a life of luxury and being fed grapes mate!

  22. ‘Ello Mr. Ellis! Read #27 3 weeks ago and just absolutley loved it. You have a tendency towards cruelty sometimes in your work so I was very happy to see the happy ending and all, with Ambrose alive and well and able to rejoin his fmaily, etc. The sci-fi technology of the Drummer’s monolgues about time travel and how Chase’s powers worked were delicious and very cool – I think the Drummer and Ambrose Chase are too very unusual characters in comics today. I am sad that the series has ended – I know that the creative process always wants to try new things and not be bound down, but I’d rather see Transmetropolitan end than Planetary. Maybe in a few years a new story will come calling you……like, for instance, why are only alternative Planetary members visiting the past when they’re about the rescue Chase? Perhaps power corrupted them too and Elijah and company will have to rectify that situation?!! Anyways, thanks for a great series, truly!

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