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really liked it
I am going to have you, Jerusalem, I am going to destroy you. Just when you least expect it.
Every hero, even a curse-spewing junkie hero, needs a villain. A Joker to Jerusalem’s Batman.
Seriously, he looks like a Joker too. But the thing is, he might just be the next President of America!
(I wouldn’t have believed stuff like this a couple of years back. How times have changed!)
Scums of the city.
Before this volume, I had settled on the notion that Spider is a total dick. Seriously, t
The fourth volume of Transmetropolitan picks up right where the third volume left us, making the fishy washy politics even more dirtier and apocalyptic if possible. We are all going to hell, but it will probably be quite a enjoyable ride to some of us at the first class seats.
Transmetropolitan has such a rich world around the ongoing story, but it is somewhat left in the darkness where the sun don’t shine, and only way to learn is to do so with a help of a tiny flashlight. It could be frustratin
Kind of felt like a step down from previous volumes. This one seemed to have sacrificed some of the mad, furious energy that fueled Ellis through other volumes. Possibly because things needed to be done here, so Ellis restrained himself to see that they were done. And so they were. We get a more complete view of each presidential candidate. One is actually compelling and seems like a real person, the other is a cardboard cutout villain. Guess which gets elected president? I’m guessing that much
Minor complaints, on the whole. Ellis is still a good writer, he still has something to say, and he still has plenty of imagination to keep his future city populated and interesting.