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The monthly series began in July 1997 and concluded in September 2002 . [3] 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. [4] These were later collected in trade paperbacks.

Some time in the future (how long precisely is never specified, but said to be in the 23rd century) Spider Jerusalem, retired writer/journalist and bearded hermit, lives in an isolated, fortified mountain hideaway. [5] Following a call from his irate publisher demanding the last two books per his publishing deal, Jerusalem is forced to descend into The City .

The first year of the series consists of a set of one-off stories exploring The City, Jerusalem's background, and his often tense relationship with his sidekicks, Yelena Rossini and Channon Yarrow (referred to as his 'filthy assistants'), who as the series progresses become full-time partners in his journalistic battles.

Transmetropolitan is a cyberpunk transhumanist comic book series written by Warren Ellis and co-created and designed by Darick Robertson; ... Vol . 6 : Gouge Away

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The monthly series began in July 1997 and concluded in September 2002 . [3] 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. [4] These were later collected in trade paperbacks.

Some time in the future (how long precisely is never specified, but said to be in the 23rd century) Spider Jerusalem, retired writer/journalist and bearded hermit, lives in an isolated, fortified mountain hideaway. [5] Following a call from his irate publisher demanding the last two books per his publishing deal, Jerusalem is forced to descend into The City .

The first year of the series consists of a set of one-off stories exploring The City, Jerusalem's background, and his often tense relationship with his sidekicks, Yelena Rossini and Channon Yarrow (referred to as his 'filthy assistants'), who as the series progresses become full-time partners in his journalistic battles.

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Transmetropolitan, Vol. 6: Gouge Away by Warren Ellis


Transmetropolitan Vol. 6: Gouge Away (New Edition.

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