Transmetropolitan: Back on the Street

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DC Comics, 1998 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 67 pages
"Transmetroploitan" chronicles the exploits of 21st-century outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem, who returns to The City after five years of self-imposed exile. As a columnist for The Word, Spider's first subjects are the Transients, humans who have become aliens through surgery. But when he finds himself caught between the Transients and the cops, he'll learn once and for all whether the laptop is mightier than the nightstick.

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User Review  - thelibraryladies - LibraryThing

I really have to pat Warren Ellis on the back, because boy has this re-read of “Transmetropolitan” felt so relevant and timeless. I’m now halfway through the volumes, and every time I pick one up I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rosa.Mill - LibraryThing

A friend of mine gave the first three in the series to me and I thought they were going to be bathroom and gross out humor (and there is a little of that) and nothing else so I wasn't looking forward ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Robertson is the co-creator (with Warren Ellis) and artist for the acclaimed Transmetropolitan monthly series for DC's Vertigo imprint.

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