Transmetropolitan, Vol. 1: Back on the Street
Publish date: 1998-02-01
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
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Series: Transmetropolitan (#1)
So, getting hooked on Preacher and Transmetropolitan in less than 24 hours? It's kind of surreal. I feel so hopped on these: they're disgusting, obscene, perverse, subversive - and really smart and thought provoking at the same time. They have characters that feel a little insane, or off, but t...
Spider Jerusalem could be Grant Morrison's King Mob's twin brother. Since I read the INVISIBLES first, all of Spider's crazy profane activism is old news. Love the art and all the details in the background. Funny, political, dystopian, and definitely profane. Gonna go out and buy a pair of Air Jesus...
A broken, disturbed brain-baby that occurred when a clone of Hunter S. Thompson got influenced by Jonny the Homicidal Maniac instead of The Great Gatsby. Ah, well, that's how I like to think of it, at least.The collection is very much a character piece, and hinges on the idea of its protagonist ant...
Instantly, I have become a fan of all that is Transmetropolitan. Always was able to relate myself to the thinking of Hunter S. Thompson, and this is all of that wrapped up into a beautiful graphic novel package. Absolutely love this shit! Spider Jerusalem is now my hero, and maybe one of my favorite...