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Transmetropolitan (1997-2002)

Transmetropolitan is dystopian comic book by Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson, published by DC’s Helix imprint (for the title’s first year, 1997-1998) and then by DC’s Vertigo imprint (1998-2002). It stars Spider Jerusalem, a cynical journalist living in a fictional city simply called “the City.”

In the early issues, Spider explores different aspects of the city and acquires his two “filthy assistants.” Eventually, the story found its antagonist in the Smiler, who is elected to the U.S. presidency at the end of the title’s second year. Spider eventually decides to take him down, succeeding in the penultimate issue.

Year One

Transmetropolitan #1

“The Summer of the Year” -- 24 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Jerome K. Moore
  • Spider is forced back into the City to complete a contract for two books (signed five years previously)

first issue; cover by Geof Darrow; published by DC Comics / Helix; $2.50; cover-dated Sept 1997

Transmetropolitan #2

“Down the Dip” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Keith Aiken
  • Spider goes into Angels 8 meets Fred Christ

cover by Geof Darrow; published by DC Comics / Helix; $2.50; cover-dated Oct 1997
Transmetropolitan #3

“Up on the Roof” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Keith Aiken, Ray Kryssing, and Dick Giordano
  • Spider writes an article about the riot between cops and Transients

cover by Geof Darrow; published by DC Comics / Helix; $2.50; cover-dated Nov 1997
Transmetropolitan: Back on the Street (original edition)

collects Transmetropolitan #1-3; cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; 72 pages; $7.95; cover-dated Apr 1998

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Transmetropolitan #4

“On the Stump” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Kim DeMulder
  • Spider gets an assistant, Channon and also has a meeting in a men’s room with the President of the United States The Beast

cover by Frank Quitely; published by DC Comics / Helix; $2.50; cover-dated Dec 1997
Transmetropolitan #5

“What Spider Watches on TV” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider oscillates between suicidal boredom and homicidal impulses as he spends a day watching TV

cover by Frank Quitely; published by DC Comics / Helix; $2.50; cover-dated Jan 1998
Transmetropolitan #6

“God Rides Shotgun” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider takes his “filthy assistant” to witness what religions are current

cover by Frank Quitely; published by DC Comics / Helix; $2.50; cover-dated Feb 1998
Transmetropolitan: Back on the Street (revised edition)

collects Transmetropolitan #1-6; cover taken from Transmetropolitan #1; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; 144 pages; $14.99; cover-dated Mar 2009

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Transmetropolitan #7

“Boyfriend is a Virus” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider’s helps his “filthy assistant” deal with her boyfriend wanting to become a gas Spider and Channon get to witness his change into a “foglet”

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Helix; $2.50; cover-dated Mar 1998
Transmetropolitan #8

“Another Cold Morning” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider meets a revival, someone cryogenically frozen who’s been revived

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Helix; $2.50; cover-dated Apr 1998
Transmetropolitan #9

“Wild in the Country” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider goes onto the culture reservations and Information Pollen exposure

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Helix; $2.50; cover-dated May 1998
Transmetropolitan #10

“Freeze Me with Your Kiss, Part 1″ -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider’s ex-wife’s head is missing / stolen, someone is leaving death threats for Spider, and a disturbing police dog wants to kill Spider

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Helix; $2.50; cover-dated June 1998
Transmetropolitan #11

“Freeze Me with Your Kiss, Part 2″ -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Stompanato the police dog pursues a bankrupt Spider, who’s on the run

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Helix; $2.50; cover-dated July 1998
Transmetropolitan #12

“Freeze Me with Your Kiss, Part 3″ -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider finds out what happened to his wife’s head

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Helix; $2.50; cover-dated Aug 1998
Transmetropolitan: Lust for Life (original edition)

collects Transmetropolitan #4-12; cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; 208 pages; $14.95; cover-dated Mar 1999

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Year Two

Transmetropolitan #13

“Year of the Bastard” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider begins writing about the coming election for his book contract

cover by Jae Lee; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Sept 1998
Transmetropolitan #14

“Year of the Bastard 2: Badmouth” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Yelena is introduced and Spider meets the Smiler who may be worse than the Beast

cover by Jae Lee; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Oct 1998
Transmetropolitan #15

“Year of the Bastard 3: Smile” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider begins to unravel the mystery of the Smiler and Senator Bob vies for power

cover by Jae Lee; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Nov 1998
Transmetropolitan #16

“Year of the Bastard 4: Hate” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider’s past comes up as he retreats/deals with his new fame

cover by Dave Gibbons; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Dec 1998
Transmetropolitan #17

“Year of the Bastard 5: Love” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider attempts to sabotage the campaign

cover by Dave Gibbons; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Jan 1999
Transmetropolitan #18

“Year of the Bastard 6: Bastard” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider uncovers and reveals that the Smiler’s vice-presidential candidate is a clone

cover by Dave Gibbons; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Feb 1999
Transmetropolitan: Year of the Bastard (original edition)

collects Transmetropolitan #13-18 and the Transmetropolitan story from Vertigo: Winter’s Edge #2; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; 144 pages; $12.95; cover-dated Nov 1999

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Transmetropolitan #19

“The New Scum 1: New Home” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider is now a counter-culture figure for the dispossessed and is scheming something up

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Mar 1999
Transmetropolitan #20

“The New Scum 2: New City” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider gets further pulled into the murky politics of the City

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Apr 1999
Transmetropolitan #21

“The New Scum 3: New President” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider interviews The Beast

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated May 1999
Transmetropolitan #22

“The New Scum 4: New Streets” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider investigates Vita Severn’s murder

cover by Geof Darrow; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated June 1999
Transmetropolitan #23

“The New Scum 5: New Boss” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider interviews the Smiler and is unnerved

cover by Geof Darrow; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated July 1999
Transmetropolitan #24

“The New Scum 6: New Scum” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider holds a election party

cover by Geof Darrow; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Aug 1999
Transmetropolitan: The New Scum (original edition)

collects Transmetropolitan #19-24 and the Transmetropolitan story from Vertigo: Winter’s Edge #3; cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; 144 pages; $12.95; cover-dated Oct 2000

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Year Three

Transmetropolitan #25

“Here to Go” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider’s past comes to light

cover by Jae Lee; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Sept 1999
Transmetropolitan #26

“21 Days in the City” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • a look at the City through Spider’s articles

cover by Jim Lee; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Oct 1999
Transmetropolitan #27

“Monstering” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider teaches his “filthy assistants” about monstering

cover by Jim Lee; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Nov 1999
Transmetropolitan #28

“Lonely City, Part 1″ -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • a child is murdered and Spider begins digging up the truth

cover by Tony Harris; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Dec 1999
Transmetropolitan #29

“Lonely City, Part 2″ -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider investigates the child slayings in Central City

cover by Tony Harris; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Jan 2000
Transmetropolitan #30

“Lonely City, Part 3″ -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider’s life is in danger and the one person who can stop it is the one person he can’t get to

cover by Tony Harris; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Feb 2000
Transmetropolitan: Lonely City (original edition)

collects Transmetropolitan #25-30; cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; 144 pages; $14.95; cover-dated Aug 2001

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Transmetropolitan #31

“Nobody Loves Me” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; art by Darick Robertson and Rodney Ramos (7 pages), Lea Hernandez (2 pages), Kieron Dwyer (4 pages) Bryan Hitch (3 pages), Frank Quitely (3 pages), Eduardo Risso (3 pages)
  • Spider watches more TV to disastrous effect

cover by Jaime Hernandez; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Mar 2000
Transmetropolitan #32

“The Walk” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • someone submits a blacklisted article for Spider, and he gives an interview to suss out the criminal

cover by Jaime Hernandez; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Apr 2000
Transmetropolitan #33

“Dancing in the Here and Now” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider concocts plans and the “filthy assistants” try to escape

cover by Jaime Hernandez; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; cover-dated May 2000
Transmetropolitan: I Hate It Here

“I Hate It Here” -- 48 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; art by Amanda Connor, Brian Wood, Bryan Talbot, Cliff Chiang, Colleen Doran, Cully Hamner, D’Israeli, Danijel Zezelj, Darick Robertson, Dave Johnson, Dave Taylor, David Mack, Eduardo Risso, Frank Teran, Gary Erskine, Glenn Fabry, Igor Kordey, J.H. Williams III, James Romberger, Jamie Tolagson, Javier Pullido, Jim Royal, Jimmy Palmiotti, John Cassaday, John Constanza, John Higgins, John McCrea, Lea Hernandez, Marcelo Frusin, Mick Gray, Paul Gulacy, Phil Jimenez, Rodney Ramos, Steve Dillon, Tim Bradstreet, and Tony Harris

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; softcover; prestige format; $5.95; cover-dated June 2000
Transmetropolitan #34

“Gouge Away, Part One of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider’s assault on the President continues with devastating effect

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated July 2000
Transmetropolitan #35

“Gouge Away, Part Two of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider continues to try bringing the President down

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Aug 2000
Transmetropolitan #36

“Gouge Away, Part Three of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider versus the White House

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Sept 2000
Transmetropolitan: Gouge Away (original edition)

collects Transmetropolitan #31-36; cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; 144 pages; $14.95; cover-dated Mar 2002

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Year Four

Transmetropolitan #37

“Back to Basics, One of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider finds himself unemployed and uninsurable while he is perhaps the happiest he has been

cover by Tim Bradstreet; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Oct 2000
Transmetropolitan #38

“Back to Basics, Two of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Fired from The Word, Spider continues to write articles for the Hole

cover by Tim Bradstreet; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Nov 2000
Transmetropolitan #39

“Back to Basics Three of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • the City is sliding into anarchy, and Spider is excited to cover it

cover date:; cover by Tim Bradstreet; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50
Transmetropolitan #40

“Business” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider takes on child prostitution

cover by Matt Wagner; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Jan 2001
Transmetropolitan #41

“There is a Reason” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • mental patients are being turned out into the streets by healthcare institutions, and Spider is there to cover it

cover by Matt Wagner; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Feb 2001
Transmetropolitan #42

“Spider’s Thrash” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider goes on another walkabout through the city

cover by Matt Wagner; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Mar 2001
Transmetropolitan: Spider’s Thrash (original edition)

collects Transmetropolitan #37-42; cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; 144 pages; $14.95; cover-dated Dec 2002

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Transmetropolitan #43

“Dirge, Part One of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider’s condition worsens as the Smiler begins rewriting the Constitution as well as the City

cover by John Cassaday; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Apr 2001
Transmetropolitan #44

“Dirge, Part Two of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • the cops are gone and maniacs run the streets

cover by John Cassaday; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated May 2001
Transmetropolitan #45

“Dirge, Part Three of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • a conspiracy halts the media, and the cops have all but vanished

cover by John Cassaday; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated June 2001
Transmetropolitan: Filth of the City

“Filth of the City” -- 48 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; art by Alex Maleev, Bill Sienkiewicz, Brandon Graham, Brian Michael Bendis, Cameron Stewart, Carla Speed McNeil, Chris Sprouse, Chris Weston, Clem Robins, Darick Robertson, David Lloyd, Eric Shanower, Garry Leach, Guy Davis, J. Scott Campbell, Jacen Burrows, Jill Thompson, Judd Winick, Justiniano, Kevin Maguire, Klaus Janson, Lliam Sharp, Mark Buckingham, Matt Howarth, Michael Avon Oeming, Michael Kaluta, Paul Pope, Phil Winslade, Prentis Rollins, Richard Friend, Rodney Ramos, Steve Lieber, Steve Pugh, and Yanick Paquette

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; softcover; prestige format; cover-dated July 2001
Transmetropolitan: Tales of Human Waste

collects Transmetropolitan: I Hate It Here, Transmetropolitan: Filth of the City, and the Transmetropolitan story from Vertigo: Winter’s Edge #2; this issue has no revised version, because its contents were incorporated into the revised Transmetropolitan: One More Time (with the exception of the short story, which was already included in a previous volume of both the original and revised trade paperbacks); cover taken from Transmetropolitan: Filth of the City; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; 112 pages; cover-dated 2004

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Transmetropolitan #46

“What I Know” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • secrets start to seep out as the City lays mostly ruined

cover by J. G. Jones; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Aug 2001
Transmetropolitan #47

“Wants His Face on the Dollar Bill” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • the City is a disaster zone and the Smiler and Spider come face to face

cover by J. G. Jones; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Sept 2001
Transmetropolitan #48

” Running Out” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider finds out he has only a year to get the Smiler before his brain dies out

cover by J. G. Jones; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Oct 2001
Transmetropolitan: Dirge (original edition)

collects Transmetropolitan #43-48; cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; 144 pages; $14.95; cover-dated July 2003

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Year Five

Transmetropolitan #49

“Here Comes the Sun” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider’s evidence against the Smiler is wiped out, and he starts from square one

cover by Jean “Moebius” Giraud; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Nov 2001
Transmetropolitan #50

“Happy Talk” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider and Fred Christ have a final discussion and the results could be the downfall of President Callahan a.k.a. The Smiler

cover by Jean “Moebius” Giraud; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Dec 2001
Transmetropolitan #51

“Two-Fisted Editor” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Mitchell Royce finds what he was looking for and it may be enough to change the tide of corruption destroying the City

cover by Jean “Moebius” Giraud; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Jan 2002
Transmetropolitan #52

“The Cure, Part One of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • the Smiler attempts to cover his crimes

cover by Glenn Fabry; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Mar 2002
Transmetropolitan #53

“The Cure, Part Two of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider continues to try and protect the Smiler’s witness

cover by Glenn Fabry; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Apr 2002
Transmetropolitan #54

“The Cure, Part Three of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider and his “filthy assistants” try to save the only witness to the Smiler’s crimes

cover by Glenn Fabry; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated May 2002
Transmetropolitan: The Cure (original edition)

collects Transmetropolitan #49-54; cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; 144 pages; $14.95; cover-dated Jan 2004

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Transmetropolitan #55

“Headlong, One of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • martial law is enacted in the City and over the media, and Spider is caught in the middle

cover by Gene Ha; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated June 2002
Transmetropolitan #56

“Headlong, Two of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • martial law takes effect for the entire city, and a hunt is underway for Spider

cover by Gene Ha; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated July 2002
Transmetropolitan #57

“Headlong, Three of Three” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • the City is in full riot as Spider is being hunted and the President could stop it all… if he wanted to

cover by Gene Ha; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Aug 2002
Transmetropolitan #58

“Straight to Hell” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • the tension in the City has reached a fever pitch and culminates in this issue

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Sept 2002
Transmetropolitan #59

“The Long Day Closes” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • Spider Jerusalem beats President Callahan

cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Oct 2002
Transmetropolitan #60

“One More Time” -- 22 pages

  • written by Warren Ellis; pencils by Darick Robertson; inks by Rodney Ramos
  • the series concludes

final issue; cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; $2.50; cover-dated Nov 2002

Transmetropolitan: One More Time (original edition)

collects Transmetropolitan #54-60; cover by Darick Robertson; published by DC Comics / Vertigo; 144 pages; $14.95; cover-dated July 2004

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Additional Material

Transmetropolitan: All Around the World
a book of art published independently to raise money for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund; limited to 1200 copies; a slipcased edition also exists ($79.00 cover price, limited to 500 copies); cover by Nathan Eyring and Darick Robertson; 150 pages; hardcover; $49.00; cover-dated Apr 2011
Shot in the Face: A Savage Journey to the Heart of Transmetropolitan

written by Greg Burgas, Johanna Draper Carlson, Julian Darius, Sara K. Ellis, Ryan K. Lindsay, Patrick Meaney, Jason Michelitch, Chris Murphy, Chad Nevett, Kevin Thurman, Brett Williams, and Sean Witzke; edited by Chad Nevett; cover by Kevin Colden; published by Sequart Research & Literacy Organization; 164 pages; softcover; $12.99; published Aug 2013

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