|Transmetropolitan: Spider's Thrash (2002) [Graphic Novel]|
by Warren Ellis Darick Robertson
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Continuing the hilarious, moving and thought-provoking series from the hottest creator in modern comics, Warren Ellis... Spider Jerusalem is writing again. Fired by his old employers, and now the target of the President - a madman who is tearing up the consitution to get to him - Spider has found a new way to get the Truth out there; and there are still plenty of stories to tell, as this collection takes us through the children and madmen on the streets, the crumbling City, and the other political and social disasters of Ellis' near-future world. But Spider has yet another secret - the memory blackouts, erratic behaviour and ranting aren't just business as usual. Spider's time could be running out... Warning: Adults only!
Reprints TRANSMETROPOLITAN issues #37-42; illustrated by Nathan Eyring and Clem Robins; introduction by filmmaker Darren Aronofsky (π, Requiem for a Dream).
Original title: Transmetropolitan: Spider's Thrash
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Social Criticism
Fiction→ Fantasy→ Contemporary→ Urban
Fiction→ Adult/Mature Content