|Transmetropolitan: Gouge Away (2002) [Graphic Novel]|
by Warren Ellis Darick Robertson
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Despite — or perhaps with the aid of — drugs, drinking, and paranoia, Spider Jerusalem and his filthy assistants are hot on the trail of the horrifying truth behind the newly-elected President's campaign.
Written by Warren Ellis and illustrated by Darick Robertson & Rodney Ramos, with additional art by Kieron Dwyer, Lea Hernandez, Bryan Hitch, Frank Quitely, and Eduardo Risso, GOUGE AWAY reprints issues #31-36 of TRANSMETROPOLITAN. Featuring the three one-shot stories "Nobody Loves Me," "The Walk," and "Dancing in the Here and Now," this collection also includes the 3-part "Gouge Away" storyline.
Original title: Transmetropolitan: Gouge Away
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Social Criticism
Fiction→ Fantasy→ Contemporary→ Urban