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Two previous volumes were avant-garde, interesting to read and had fascinating graphics. My enthusiasm for this series petered out with this volume, the plot was tedious and seems to regurgitate the same slop over and over.... It’s amazing the former two issues were no charge with prime, and I paid 799 for this loser!
When compared to the first two volumes this one is much better. You could even skip the first two and read this one on it's own. It's a great story that really shows why this book is recommended so much.
Transmetropolitan is like throwing Hunter S. Thompson, Ridley Scott, and Quentin Tarantino into a room, locking the door, and telling them they can't come out until they write a graphic novel. What more do you need to know?
You know, one can get enough of a venom-spitting, bitter cranky tattoo man. Satire is great, but maybe Doonersbury and Walt Kelly could be as scathing without being so acrid, vulgar and unpleasant,All celebrate Warren Ellis for TRANSMETROPOLITAN,but, let me tell you, I don't think I will suffer this constant bile for ten issues! Oh, and one more thing: CALVIN of Calvin and Hobbes, from where Warren Ellis has obviously derived the idea of monster snowmen, had more imagination in his horrid snow creations.Give me FREAKANGELS any time!
great story, but as usual vertigo used second rate recycled toilet paper. colors are dull, the book looks like a bad 50 years old copy preserved in high temperature. shame on vertigo!! great stories deserve more than vertigo low quality prints.