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Transmetropolitan: The New Scum epub

by Warren Ellis


Transmetropolitan: The New Scum epub

ISBN: 184023217X

ISBN13: 978-1840232172

Author: Warren Ellis

Category: Comics and Graphics

Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Language: English

Publisher: Titan Books Ltd (September 22, 2000)

Pages: 144 pages

ePUB book: 1130 kb

FB2 book: 1881 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 492

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Book 4 of 11 in the Transmetropolitan Series. Warren Ellis is the award-winning writer of Transmetropolitan, Planetary, The Authority, and the writer and co-creator of the graphic novel RED, which was the basis of two major motion pictures

Book 4 of 11 in the Transmetropolitan Series. Warren Ellis is the award-winning writer of Transmetropolitan, Planetary, The Authority, and the writer and co-creator of the graphic novel RED, which was the basis of two major motion pictures. He is also the author of the NYT-bestselling novels Gun Machine and Crooked Little Vein. His newest publication is the digital short-story single Dead Pig Collector, from FSG Originals.

Transmetropolitan, Vol. 4 book. The New Scum is a solid book from start to finish, Warren Ellis continues to write Spider with a perfect pitch and extra nuance, while Darick Robertson’s art is his usual high standard. An excellent read for an excellent series, readers of the series won’t be disappointed, and definitely worth a look for any comics fan unfamiliar with Spider Jerusalem.

Published in 1997-2002, Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson’s TRANSMETROPOLITAN became famous for its foul-mouthed protagonist, Spider Jerusalem, and his filthy assistants. But it’s also a long-form comics masterpiece, a sci-fi comic that succeede. Transmetropolitan: I Hate It Here.

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Written by Warren Ellis Art by Darick Robertson, Rodney Ramos and Keith Akin Cover by Geof Darrow Spider Jerusalem learns of the vicious murder of. .What's in the Box? 1 x Transmetropolitan Volume 4: The New Scum.

Written by Warren Ellis Art by Darick Robertson, Rodney Ramos and Keith Akin Cover by Geof Darrow Spider Jerusalem learns of the vicious murder of political consultant Vita Severn, one of the few people that he liked, in this new printing of the trade paperback featuring and stories from VERTIGO: WINTER'S EDGE.

Transmetropolitan is a cyberpunk transhumanist comic book series written by Warren Ellis and co-created and designed by Darick Robertson; it was published by the American company DC Comics in 1997–2002. The series was originally part of the short-lived DC Comics imprint Helix, but upon the end of the book's first year the series was moved to the Vertigo imprint and DC Comics shut down the Helix imprint

The New Scum use his bowel disrupter, and bash a lot of skulls in the progress

by Darick Robertson, Darek Šmíd, Warren Ellis. use his bowel disrupter, and bash a lot of skulls in the progress. Warren Ellis is one of the few writers in comics today (with Grant Morrison, Garth Ennis, and Kevin Smith) who is trying to show the world what comics readers have been saying for years: That Comics are not just kids stuff.

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Written by Warren Ellis Art by Darick Robertson, Rodney Ramos and Keith Akin Cover by Geof Darrow Spider Jerusalem learns of the vicious murder of political consultant Vita Severn, one of the few people that he liked, in this new printing of the trade paperback featuring and stories from VERTIGO: WINTER'S EDGE

Transmetropolitan, book 3, page 60. We the New Scum

Transmetropolitan, book 3, page 60. We the New Scum. Spoiler alert: Callahan, . The Smiler, wins the election in Transmetropolitan and becomes the primary antagonist of the rest of the books. As a character, he is a blank template, waiting with reptilian stillness to brand himself with the issue du jour to win the Presidency for the sake of having the Presidency and no other reason. In Warren Ellis’ fictional universe, Spider tricks the populist candidate Callahan into revealing his thoughts about these people: Spider Jerusalem speaks to a vast audience of losers, wannabes, white trash, hate addicts, children, and nerve damage cases.

The election continues and Spider seems lost. Some of the satire seems a bit off and the power fantasy elements get more laughable. Still highly enjoyable.
This is the most disappointing Transmetropolitan offering so far. Which doesn't mean that it's that bad, it's just not as good as the other novels in the series. Spider loses his edge. He goes around doing good deeds, and generally being pushed around by the people he hates the most. After the manic whirlwind of first three novels, it makes for disappointing reading.
The story focus in a peripheral manner on the election, but since Spider has been removed from the streets by fame, he's too far away to really get at the heart of it.
Lastly, the artwork seems to have taken a turn for the cartoony. It's a lot more '4 color' than previous efforts and just doesn't fit with the world of Spider Jerusalem as previously depicited.
The most interesting thread focuses on the relationship of Channon and Yelena. Which is, while interesting, not what I buy Transmetropolitan for.
Overall, if you liked the first three novels, this is still worth reading. If the first three novels were too offensive, you might find this one tolerable, but since so much of it is built on the first three, it's not that good a story in its own right.
This is a solid entry and I can't wait to read more of this awesome series! Maybe later tonight! HUZAHHHHHHHH!!!!
I love this series so much I had to re-purchase 5 volumes after the person I lent them to "lost" them.
This is best comic I've read since Grant Morrison's "The Invisibles" and it tackles the right angles. God bless this comic.
This is an amazing series. It continuously gets better and better as you go along. At this point in the saga of Spider Jerusalem and his filthies I knew I was reading a work like no other, and that I was going to love it forever. This particular volume also includes a little bonus at the end, with the winter/Christmas shorts that were released in a separate compilation from Vertigo. If you're new to Transmetroplitan then start at the beginning. If you've got the backbone, then you'll read them all.
New Scum is all about Spider's involvement in the political campaign, how he fights for the little guys all around him who he sees and describes throughout the book. This particular book is more story driven than some and shows the presidential campaign up against Spider's journalism. Fun read.
Great book in a great series.