Science fiction from the American New Wave tradition of the Sixties and Seventies. This is sf that is more about character, social interaction and the soft sciences. And shagging. There, that got your attention, didn't it? Scott McCloud says "It's the best comic you haven't read." He's not entirely stupid, that man. He should be a writer or something.
Concluding FINDER's first major movement: Jaeger, the tracker and hunter of the title, is inescapably bound up in the lives of his former army commanding officer and his family. Jaeger is trying to defuse the bomb at the centre of the family, while also fighting the urge to cope the way he usually copes - by running away. He's become an emotional Finder, tracking his way through the human heart - but never wanting to stay.
And, yes, the bomb does go off.
Warren Ellis has written around thirty graphic novels, comics, prose fiction, journalism, videogames and screenplays. Sometimes he take photographs. He also creates and co-creates websites, including this one. He has awards and stuff, he's been in big magazines and newspapers, and he's been published in Nature, which he always mentions because it makes him laugh. He's on the web at warrenellis.com and diepunyhumans.com.