TRANSMETROPOLITAN: THE CURE is the ninth volume reprinting the acclaimed series written by Warren Ellis (PLANETARY, RED) with art by Darick Robe
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This is the second to last volume of the series, and it’s obvious on almost every page. Taken by itself, it feels very exposition-y, because it is setup for the last volume. That doesn’t mean that it isn’t satisfying. I loved seeing the pieces start to fall into place, and the last page is fantastic. If I’d been reading this in individual issues, I would have been delighted, but anxious for the month to be up. Watching Spider’s ongoing deterioration is difficult. There are panels where he’s inte
Ante último tomo que avanza muy pero muy lento para cerrar con el numero que cierra a todo trapo. Quizá por la ansiedad del inminente final se hace largo el relleno que decora tan bien el mundo Transmet,, nada que agregar del dibujo, los pequeños detalles y los golpes de efecto, siempre estirando un poco más la crueldad y la violencia. Es un poco triste ver a Spider sucumbiendo a la enfermedad…
It’s payback time.
Time is running out for Spider Jerusalem. What stands between him and a story are his degenerative disease and the President himself, but still he managed to uncover and reveal something that have sent Callahan presidential chills in his spine. Oh yes sir, this is a great read. The Cure is fast-paced, non-stop and action-packed.
It is also sad, and I cannot stop thinking about the real-world events that are happening right now that are eeriely reflected by the series, I mean, po