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  • ICO000373  ·  CONSENSUS: 97%
    Transmetropolitan #1
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1997  ·  $2.50

    After years of self-imposed exile from a civilization rife with degradation and indecency, cynical journalist Spider Jerusalem is forced to return to a job he hates and a city he loathes. Working as a reporter for The Word,... View »

  • ICO000374  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #2
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Oct 29th, 1997  ·  $2.50

    After years of self-imposed exile from a civilization rife with degradation and indecency, cynical journalist Spider Jerusalem is forced to return to a job he hates and a city he loathes. Working as a reporter for The Word,... View »

  • ICO000375  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #3
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Nov 26th, 1997  ·  $2.50

    After years of self-imposed exile from a civilization rife with degradation and indecency, cynical journalist Spider Jerusalem is forced to return to a job he hates and a city he loathes. Working as a reporter for The Word,... View »

  • ICO000376  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #4
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Dec 31st, 1997  ·  $2.50

    After years of self-imposed exile from a civilization rife with degradation and indecency, cynical journalist Spider Jerusalem is forced to return to a job he hates and a city he loathes. Working as a reporter for The Word,... View »

  • ICO000377  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #5
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Jan 28th, 1998  ·  $2.50

    After years of self-imposed exile from a civilization rife with degradation and indecency, cynical journalist Spider Jerusalem is forced to return to a job he hates and a city he loathes. Working as a reporter for The Word,... View »

  • ICO000399  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #6
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 1998  ·  $2.50

    In a self-contained story, crusading journalist Spider Jerusalem is thrust into the world of bizarre religious movements that have sprung up during his five-year absence from The City. But Spider's bad attitude makes him... View »

  • ICO000537  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #7
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1998  ·  $2.50

    In the first of three self-contained stories exploring different subcultures in the City, an acquaintance of Spider Jerusalem's opts to have his consciousness downloaded, so Spider watches him and discovers the bizarre,... View »

  • ICO000538  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #8
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 1998  ·  $2.50

    In the self-contained "Another Cold Morning," Spider Jerusalem, outlaw journalist, walks with the Revivals--people who have come out from cryogenic freeze into a world they don't understand, clinging to life in a city that... View »

  • ICO000559  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #9
    Vertigo Comics  ·  May 1st, 1998  ·  $2.50

    In this self-contained issue, outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem investigates the Reservations, an area where previous cultures are carefully maintained in stasis, and discovers a place where an entirely new culture is being... View »

  • ICO000560  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #10
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1998  ·  $2.50

    Part 1 of the 3-part "Freeze Me with Your Kiss," the climax to TRANSMETROPOLITAN's first year. The cryogenically frozen head of Spider's ex-wife is stolen, his newspaper receives a threat on his life, and... View »

  • ICO000582  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #11
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1998  ·  $2.50

    Part 2 of the 3-part "Freeze Me with Your Kiss." Stripped of his credit cards, newsfeeds, and journalist's insurance, a desperate Spider Jerusalem takes to the cold streets--hunted by the vengeful police dog Stompanato,... View »

  • ICO000581  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #12
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1998  ·  $2.50

    In the conclusion to the 3-part "Freeze Me with Your Kiss," the secret of Spider's wife--whose cryogenically frozen head has been stolen--is revealed, and the mad police dog Stomponato gets his. View »

  • ICO000607  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #13
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1998  ·  $2.50

    It's election year, and a reluctant, reclusive Spider Jerusalem has sunk even deeper inside himself. Now he's more determined than ever to cover the ugly political dogfight, fulfill his book contracts, and get the hell out... View »

  • ICO000587  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #14
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1998  ·  $2.50

    Spider gets a new assistant. He also meets "The Smiler," the man who may just be able to win the election against "The Beast." Spider senses the hatred and bleakness deep within the Smiler and decides he's no better than... View »

  • AUG980205  ·  CONSENSUS: 93%
    Transmetropolitan #16
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Oct 14th, 1998  ·  $2.50

    Having achieved newfound fame as a writer, a desperate, barely functional Spider Jerusalem retreats from the public eye...and we learn why he left the City years ago. View »

  • ICO000618  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #15
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1998  ·  $2.50

    As outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem throws the presidential election into chaos, his new assistant takes a few shots at him, and Senator Bob Heller makes his terrifying bid for power in ''Year of the Bastard'' part 3. View »

  • SEP980182  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #17
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Nov 11th, 1998  ·  $2.50

    The newly famous Spider deals with a disquieting turn in his personal life as the election heats up to a fever pitch. The result: Spider prepares for a last-ditch campaign of sabotage. View »

  • OCT980237  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #18
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 1999  ·  $2.50

    In the shocking conclusion to the 6-part ''Year of the Bastard,'' outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem cracks the secret of the mysterious Vice-Presidential candidate. It may well be his finest moment as a... View »

  • NOV980246  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #19
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1999  ·  $2.50

    Part 1 of the 6-part ''The New Scum.'' Spider Jerusalem is now content; he's got his assistant, he's got his bodyguard, and he's the voice of the New Scum--the newly disenfranchised class of the City. Yes, Spider's too happy.... View »

  • ICO000671  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #20
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 1999  ·  $2.50

    Outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem, his team, and their City have all had enough of politics. Now, Spider stops to look at the City ands the effects the last few months have wrought upon it. And in those quiet moments, the... View »

  • JAN990215  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #21
    Vertigo Comics  ·  May 1st, 1999  ·  $2.50

    It's part interview, part interrogation and part steel-cage wrestling match in this self-contained chapter of ''The New Scum.'' Underground journalist Spider Jerusalem goes head-to-head with the President of the United States!... View »

  • FEB990201  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #22
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1999  ·  $2.50

    Spider Jerusalem's investigation of Vita Severn's murder heats up as he takes to the street, discovering that a bizarre cult has grown up around her memory. View »

  • ICO000750  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #23
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1999  ·  $2.50

    Spider Jerusalem conducts a shocking interview with The Smiler--the grinning opposition candidate who hopes to become President. But there's a bite behind that smile, and even Spider may not be able to dodge its deadly teeth. View »

  • APR990211  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #24
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1999  ·  $2.50

    The New Scum concludes with a drunken bang as Spider Jerusalem holds a depraved election-night party as the future of the nation is decided. It's the Smiler vs. the Beast, winner-take-all--and covering the political madness... View »

  • MAY990307  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #25
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1999  ·  $2.50

    The acclaimed series explodes into its third year with the first of 3 self-contained issues. ""Here to Go"" is a savage, funny focus on outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem, as he tells stories of his past... View »

  • JUN990196  ·  CONSENSUS: 93%
    Transmetropolitan #26
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1999  ·  $2.50

    "21 Days in the City" features Spider Jerusalem's anger-charged prose in a series of excerpts from his newspaper columns, all illustrated by Darick Robertson. The result is a disturbing look at life in the City (and the... View »

  • JUL990184  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #27
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1999  ·  $2.50

    The third of 3 self-contained issues finds Spider Jerusalem sharing the tricks of his trade. Spider decides to teach his "filthy assistants" the fine journalistic art of "monstering"--to hound, abuse, interrogate and otherwise... View »

  • AUG990257  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #28
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Dec 1st, 1999  ·  $2.50

    Part 1 of the 3-part "Lonely City." When a teenager is killed, the police department's lackluster response sends a City district into an uproar. Outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem smells a nasty story, but his investigations... View »

  • SEP990220  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #29
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 2000  ·  $2.50

    Something is rotten in the central City, and it's probably journalist Spider Jerusalem. Digging for the truth behind the child slaying/police negligence story he dug up--a story that has the City on the edge of massive riots--what... View »

  • OCT990256  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #30
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 2000  ·  $2.50

    The conclusion of the 3-part "Lonely City"! Has Spider Jerusalem finally dug too deep for the truth? With a district in flames, people shooting at him and a newspaper in chaos, Spider has discovered that everything... View »

  • NOV990179  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #31
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 2000  ·  $2.50

    A brooding Spider Jerusalem turns to the one drug he knows will relieve his melancholy: television. In his altered state, the horrors of TV seem even worse than usual--especially when he sees that he's been made cuddly... View »

  • DEC990219  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #32
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 2000  ·  $2.50

    A self-contained issue featuring a cover by Jaime Hernandez (Penny Century, Love and Rockets). Spider Jerusalem is sick of being under the government's thumb. So when "someone hacks" his computer and submits a blacklisted... View »

  • JAN000285  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #33
    Vertigo Comics  ·  May 1st, 2000  ·  $2.50

    A self-contained issue featuring a cover by Jaime Hernandez (Penny Century, Love and Rockets). While a brooding and hate-maddened Spider Jerusalem lays his evil plans for the future in the dark depths of his high-rise bunker,... View »

  • MAR000238  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #34
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 2000  ·  $2.50

    a brighter today, a new hope View »

  • APR000262  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #35
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 2000  ·  $2.50

    There's only one thing worse than a drunken, drug-abusing and half-mad journalist--and that's a drunken drug-abusing half-mad journalist who knows how to do his job and is out to destroy your life. This is Spider Jerusalem... View »

  • MAY000195  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #36
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 2000  ·  $2.50

    Gouge Away, three of three View »

  • JUN000328  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #37
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 2000  ·  $2.50

    Year Four begins with "Back to Basics" Part 1! No longer employed by The Word, Spider Jerusalem is back on the street without insurance, income or credit cards. So why is he laughing? View »

  • JUL000394  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #38
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Oct 4th, 2000  ·  $2.50

    Fired from his big City newspaper, Spider is now an Outlaw Journalist on the loose, pumping out rants and broadsides for a rogue feed-site. As far as the Powers That Be are concerned, Spider's the most dangerous man... View »

  • AUG000511  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #39
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Oct 11th, 2000  ·  $2.50

    The conclusion of to "Back to Basics!" Tensions have risen in The City as anger burns in the political power structure. Revolution fever sparks in the underground and police brutality increases on the streets. Which means... View »

  • SEP000555  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #40
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Nov 8th, 2000  ·  $2.50

    In a stand-alone issue, after witness two young children propositioning a passerby, Spider takes a deep and unflinching look at the disturbing world of child prostitution—and is left, as he rarely is, disarmed. View »

  • OCT000609  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #41
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Dec 13th, 2000  ·  $2.50

    The second of three stand-alone issues, Spider Jerusalem gets a whole new take on the world, courtesy of the untreated mental patients spat back into the street by a collapsing healthcare system! View »

  • NOV000577  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #42
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Jan 10th, 2001  ·  $2.50

    Streets at Night, Part 3 View »

  • DEC000473  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #43
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Feb 14th, 2001  ·  $2.50

    Dirge, One of Three View »

  • JAN010460  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #44
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Mar 14th, 2001  ·  $2.50

    Lunatics are on the streets, unchecked by a seemingly absent police force. This would be one of the biggest stories in the City's history—if the Print District hadn't been turned into Sniper Alley! "Dirge" Part 2. View »

  • FEB010470  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #45
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Apr 11th, 2001  ·  $2.50

    There's a story not getting told because the media's ground to a halt. The cops are nowhere to be seen. It's a conspiracy. And the only people who can tell it are outlaw journalists Spider Jerusalem and his filthy assistants.... View »

  • APR010553  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #46
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Jun 13th, 2001  ·  $2.50

    In the aftermath of "Dirge," the City's guts are all over its streets--everything is in chaos and terrible secrets have been revealed. What we learn here will make the next year a desperate rush, because Spider needs to... View »

  • MAY010533  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #47
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 2001  ·  $2.50

    The City has been designated a disaster zone and disaster zones are always visited by presidents. For the first time since the election, President Gary Callahan and Spider Jerusalem will come face to face once again! View »

  • JUN010498  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #48
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 2001  ·  $2.50

    Spider has the worst deadline in the world; if he doesn't get the Smiler within a year, he won't be able to get him at all. The beginning of TRANSMET's final year is all laid out here. And the only way Spider's... View »

  • JUL010395  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #49
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Sep 19th, 2001  ·  $2.50

    Spider's evidence against the Smiler and his corrupt administration has been wiped out. Now he must rebuild his case from scratch, exploring every nook and cranny and fighting dirty if he has to--because he's finally up... View »

  • AUG010277  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #50
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Oct 10th, 2001  ·  $2.50

    Spider hits place after place and person after person on a mission to rebuild his case and bring down the President. It all culminates in a final conversation with Fred--and the things he knows might just turn the tide for... View »

  • SEP010271  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #51
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 2002  ·  $2.50

    Mitchell Royce is stressed. He's stressed because he's been reminded by Spider Jerusalem of what journalism means. And because, since the corruption at the Word swelled up to take them both down, he's been digging for dirt--and... View »

  • NOV010633  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #52
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 2002  ·  $2.50

    "The Cure" part 1! Spider has identified the prostitutes sent to the Hotel Fat to service Gary Callahan during his campaign. One of their pimps is dead. One of them is hiding. And the girls have no protection whatsoever... View »

  • DEC010625  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #53
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 2002  ·  $2.50

    She's the last surviving witness to presidential sexual misconduct. And the only thing between her and a bullet in the brain is a crazed journalist with a degenerative brain disease, a drug habit that could kill a pack... View »

  • JAN020647  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #54
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 2002  ·  $2.50

    Spider and the Filthy Assistants shelter the most dangerous person in the City: the last surviving eyewitness and participant in the President's use of prostitutes...and therefore the last link between him and a wave... View »

  • FEB020647  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #55
    Vertigo Comics  ·  May 1st, 2002  ·  $2.50

    "Headlong" part 1! The White House has utilized its emergency powers still in place over the City and introduced martial law! Federal controls are quietly being placed over the media; controls they usually roll... View »

  • MAR020445  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #56
    Vertigo Comics  ·  May 8th, 2002  ·  $2.50

    Martial law is expanding out from the Reclamation Zone to take control of the City; martial law runs from the White House and a President savaged by Spider Jerusalem. The beginnings of unrest stir, and no one really knows... View »

  • APR020496  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #57
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Jun 12th, 2002  ·  $2.50

    The City looks to be on course for a riot, and the only person who could possibly stop it all is the President--or, at least, the removal of the President. And Spider Jerusalem, the only man who might accomplish this goal,... View »

  • MAY020275  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #58
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Jul 17th, 2002  ·  $2.50

    The government troops enforcing martial law across a spreading area of the City just put a lit match to the social tinderbox. All the tensions of the last two years are going to turn into a fireball and Spider and his team... View »

  • JUN020488  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #59
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Aug 14th, 2002  ·  $2.50

    It's Spider Jerusalem in his final meeting with President Callahan, surrounded by a city on fire and government troops in open conflict with civilians. It all ends here for these two--one way or the other. View »

  • JUL020253  ·  CONSENSUS: 100%
    Transmetropolitan #60
    Vertigo Comics  ·  Sep 25th, 2002  ·  $2.50

    Final issue! This is it. It's all over. This is the final episode; in which Mitchell Royce takes a trip to Spider Jerusalem's final resting place for an ending you might not expect! View »

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