Supergod issue 1 (November 2009)
|Publication date||October 2009 – 2010|
|Number of issues||5|
|Editor(s)||William A. Christensen|
In an essay written at the time of publication, Warren Ellis said:
Supergod is the story of what an actual superhuman arms race might be like. It’s a simple thing to imagine. Humans have been fashioning their own gods with their own hands since the dawn of our time on Earth. We can’t help ourselves. Fertility figures brazen idols, vast chalk etchings, carvings, myths and legends, science fiction writers generating science fiction religions from whole cloth. It’s not such a great leap to conceive of the builders of nuclear weapons and particle accelerators turning their attention to the oldest of human pursuits. Dress it up as superhuman defense, as discovering the limits of the human body, as transhumanism and posthumanism. 
The series has been collected:
- trade paperback: Supergod (128 pages, December 2010, ISBN 1-59291-099-8)
- hardback: Supergod (128 pages, August 2011, ISBN 1-59291-100-5)
One review called the work a "magnificently grim and horrifying superhero comic".
-  Avatar Press official webpage
- Doctorow, Corey (8 October 2012). "Supergod: Warren Ellis's horrific arms-race endtimes - Boing Boing". Boing Boing. Retrieved 6 September 2014.
- Review: Supergod #1, #3, #4, Comic Book Resources
- Supergod #1 Review, #2, #4, Comic Book Resources
- Review: Supergod, , The ZONE
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