Transmetropolitan–Issue 49-54

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English | CBR| 21-24 pages | 52.2 MB

"Here Comes the Sun" #49
Spider, Channon, and Yelena visit the Vita Severn Memorial Federal Disaster Zone and discuss President Callahan’s chances at re-election. They resolve to write a piece linking the mayor of The City to the disaster and crash a bar, assailing the patrons and staff to get at Fred Christ, hiding in a back room.

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Transmetropolitan–Issue 43-48

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English | CBR| 21-24 pages | 52.3MB

During a huge ‘ruin-storm’ that sweeps across the City, Spider is rendered incapacitated. Upon his revival in Yelana’s father’s house, a doctor diagnoses him with a degenerative brain disease due to neurological degradation from multiple exposure to information pollen.

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Transmetropolitan–Issue 37-42

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English | CBR| 21-24 pages | 49.2 MB

Year Four
"Back to Basics" #37-39
Newly independent of The Word, Spider begins publishing articles exclusively through The Hole, but first he has to survive an assassination attempt by a three-man team as he exits the lavatory of a bar, and even though the masses are now reading his words again… things are not exactly as they may seem.

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Transmetropolitan–Issue 31-36

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English | CBR| 21-24 pages | 52.3MB

“Nobody Loves Me” #31
This issue shows Spider’s reaction to his story about the Dante Street police riot remaining unpublished because it was given a D-Notice by the government. Driven to the edge of suicide by the thought that no one takes him seriously, as well as three horrible TV adaptations of his life and work, Spider ingests a massive amount of drugs and experiences two very twisted hallucinations. Issue #31 is drawn by several artists in addition to series co-creator Darick Robertson, the list includes Lea Hernandez, Kieron Dwyer, Bryan Hitch, Frank Quitely and Eduardo Risso. The last page lists all the guest artists and the titles of their individually drawn story segments underneath a picture of Spider passed out on his bathroom floor while his cat urinates on his head.

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Transmetropolitan–Issue 25-30

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English | CBR| 21-24 pages | 55.3MB

"Here to Go" #25
While being interviewed by a feedsite journalist, Spider reflects on a few of his notable life experiences and how they have influenced his perspective on life.

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Transmetropolitan–Issue 19-24

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English | CBR| 21-24 pages | 58.3MB

"The New Scum" #19-24
Spider’s efforts to bring down Gary Callahan, aka The Smiler, before he can become president end up being in vain.

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Transmetropolitan–Issue 13-18

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English | CBR| 21-24 pages | 61.16 MB

The monthly series began in July 1997 and came to its conclusion in September 2002.The series was later reprinted in an array of ten trade paperback volumes, and also featured two “specials” (I Hate It Here and Filth of the City) with text pieces written by the Spider Jerusalem character and illustrated by a wide range of comic artists.These were later collected in trade paperbacks.

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Transmetropolitan–Issue 4-12

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 Transmetropolitan is a cyberpunk comic book series written by Warren Ellis with art by Darick Robertson and published by DC Comics

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Transmetropolitan #1-3

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 English | CBR| 21-24 pages | 42.17 MB

Transmetropolitan is a cyberpunk comic book series written by Warren Ellis with art by Darick Robertson and published by DC Comics. The series was originally part of the short-lived DC Comics imprint Helix, but upon the end of the book’s first year the series was moved to the Vertigo imprint as DC Comics cancelled the Helix imprint. It chronicles the battles of Spider Jerusalem, infamous renegade gonzo journalist of the future, an homage to gonzo journalism founder Hunter S. Thompson.

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