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Transmetropolitan, Vol. 9: The Cure

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  • Title: Transmetropolitan, Vol. 9: The Cure
  • Author: Warren Ellis Darick Robertson
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  • Page: 432
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[PDF] Transmetropolitan, Vol. 9: The Cure | by ↠ Warren Ellis Darick Robertson, Transmetropolitan, Vol. 9: The Cure, Warren Ellis Darick Robertson, Transmetropolitan Vol The Cure The forces of darkness are closing in on outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem and his merry filthy band but now they ve got their own rope around the neck of corrupt President Callahan and it s time to start tightening the nooseANSMETROPOLITAN THE CURE is the ninth volume reprinting the acclaimed series written by Warren Ellis PLANETARY RED with art by Darick R

Transmetropolitan, Vol. 9: The Cure

[PDF] Transmetropolitan, Vol. 9: The Cure | by ↠ Warren Ellis Darick Robertson [PDF] Transmetropolitan, Vol. 9: The Cure | by ↠ Warren Ellis Darick Robertson - Transmetropolitan, Vol. 9: The Cure, Transmetropolitan Vol The Cure The forces of darkness are closing in on outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem and his merry filthy band but now they ve got their own rope around the neck of corrupt President Callahan and it s time t Transmetropolitan, Vol. 9: The Cure

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  1. 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 intentiona [...]


  2. Ante ltimo tomo que avanza muy pero muy lento para cerrar con el numero que cierra a todo trapo Quiz por la ansiedad del inminente final se hace largo el relleno que decora tan bien el mundo Transmet,, nada que agregar del dibujo, los peque os detalles y los golpes de efecto, siempre estirando un poco m s la crueldad y la violencia Es un poco triste ver a Spider sucumbiendo a la enfermedad


  3. 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, polit [...]


  4. This volume is a good example of what I m saying when I argue that the series fizzles out Spider s barely writing one line it s a series about the power of the press , he s erratically fighting what he represents absolute integrity and the meaningful episodes are separated by air It still has an intrinsic quality of discussing the mechanisms of democracy and it s still an above average thriller, but it s frustrating given how strong the five first volume were.


  5. Uh Ovo je bilo veliko razo arenjeTransmetropolitan sam po eo itati nakon odli nog Y The Last Man series koji me iznenadio slo enom radnjom i kvalitetom kojom je napisan Tra io sam ne to sli no a Transmetropolitan je iskakao na sve strane pa sam njega uzeo itati Transmetropolitan naravno nije sli an Y The Last Manu, nego mo da Lobou, ako se dobro sje am tog stripa, tu mislim ponajvi e na ultranasilje kako to Amerikanci vole re i Glavni lik Transmetropolitana je Spider koji je pljunuti Hunter S Th [...]


  6. Spider s brain disease kind of like Alzheimer s continues to kill him, the effects this time around are becoming noticeable as he struggles to write his exposes Meanwhile he and his filthy assistants are hot on the trail of Callahan s potentially Presidential term ending exploits in his campaign and hunt down the last living witness to his depravities.It was cool to see Mitchell Royce, Spider s former editor at The Word , get of a look in in this, the penultimate book in the series, which gave [...]


  7. We be to go and I will have completed this series It s frightening and unreal how close to home this is to our current political climate Especially considering it was written over a decade ago Pay attention fellow Americans And never be silent.


  8. While reading The Cure I kept thinking and imagining Jesse Ventura driving a black muscle car in remote roads, heading to a secret meeting with Alex Jones, eerie music in the background whispering NWO NWONWO This meeting would take place in a remote warehouse, where the misters would shake hands with serious impressions on their faces, looking at the evidence of conspiracies that would lead them to one and only logical conclusion The Martial Law.Admittedly, I have spend too much time with my Ame [...]


  9. Even in its 9th volume Transmetropolitan manages to feel fresh The detailed, future shock, ads gone mad art is a thrill to behold, and Spider Jerusalem ranks as one of the best comic characters of all time The story is taut, and you can feel the time ticking away as Spider rushes to take down the status quo as his brain is slowly eaten by disease Even if you don t care about comics, you need to read this series.


  10. Finally picking up the series again, I stopped because I basically didn t want to watch a certain character die This is good stuff, man I love Spider, he s truly one of my heroes Bleeding for the story, forcing people to do right by themselves, insisting on a better world Love love love him Read during the October 2015 24 hour Read a thon.


  11. Man, at this point, I just can t put these books down once I start em Three volumes in one day I kind of feel bad, because I m supposed to savour it, but damn it, I need to know what happens next This book got incredibly serious and tense And I absolutely love it.


  12. InWarren Ellis Transmetropolitan, Vol 9 The Cure, Spider goes around re gathering evidence for his project to take down President Callahan in between bouts of forgetting words while his brain falls out his nose Don t do drugs, kids This outlaw journalism ing involves such fun tasks as beating Fred Christ s head in with the Chair Leg of Truth, but it is ultimately Spider s crotchety former editor who does some massive day saving with backup copies of Spider s evidence Spider then goes out and int [...]


  13. Spider Jerusalem un giornalista a termine sta per morire e la sua missione stessa sembra destinata a morire con lui Il Sorridente, il presidente Callahan, ha coperto le proprie tracce, cancellato le prove, e appare inattaccabile Ma in questo nuovo numero della pi bella serie di Warren Ellis la situazione inizia a ribaltarsi una prova c , una persona parla Ed una prostituta transiente che ammette di essere stata proprio con il presidente Con un abito impregnato dei geni del grand uomo La fortuna [...]


  14. Ellis continues to move the plot at breakneck speeds and Spider s brain disease spreads, which in many ways puts both urgency in the narrative and bits of perhaps untrustworthy narration Robinson continues to build texture and detail in the over packed and highly dystopian future, the violence is also at a fever pitch but unlike in earlier volumes seems to have stakes Mitchell Royce, Spider s original editor, is given some needed characterization and development While not perfect, this is second [...]


  15. 4.5 stars Several wheels are quickly set into motion with this arc Minus a half star due to some technical issues Some of the panels were confusing to follow and there were some inconsistencies with the art that added to that confusion For instance, a character with blonde hair suddenly was a brunette in the following panel There was another character who had dark hair, so for a moment it was unclear who was speaking Other than that, this penultimate volume was pretty solid.


  16. fucking wow all things considered, this may be my favorite volume thus far I love the third and fifths the most But damn, Volume 9 The Cure was off the fucking chain Nonstop action from the get, and what a fucking ending Immediately picking up the tenth and final volume Can t wait to finish the series One of the best series I ve ever read, graphic or not Hats off.


  17. Spider is still not losing his breath This volume is again very fast paced story telling that you will read that in a couple hours without noticing how fast you did it That is for me the highest mark of engaging story Lets see how will looks like the grand finale of the series.





  18. The storyline feels fittingly penultimate, and the tone manages to tap into what makes the series fun without sacrificing the pacing That said, I know it s a mistake to read Warren Ellis for plot, but the whammies lose a lot of their impact because there s no reason they couldn t have happened sooner.


  19. Veritas Ex Machina In the first example of convenient storytelling meets lazy writing, in the space of a single volume, Spider Jerusalem goes from journalist on the lam fighting for truth with no evidence, to magically locating the smoking gun that can take down the President Perhaps the need to wrap up this series was taking its toll on Ellis, as he races to write the final showdown between Spider and the Smiler, conveniently equipping his anti hero with the tools to take down the big bad villa [...]


  20. I put off reading volume 9 because I really don t want to finish the series Everything is coming to a head, and I feel like the stage is set for one last face off between President The Smiler Callahan and journalist Spider Jerusalem in volume 10.


  21. Spider s brain disease kind of like Alzheimer s continues to kill him, the effects this time around are becoming noticeable as he struggles to write his exposes Meanwhile he and his filthy assistants are hot on the trail of Callahan s potentially Presidential term ending exploits in his campaign and hunt down the last living witness to his depravities.It was cool to see Mitchell Royce, Spider s former editor at The Word , get of a look in in this, the penultimate book in the series, which gave [...]


  22. Fuck I love Transmet Spider Jerusalem is my hero if I believed in such a thing Spider would think that was lame as shit When I dream of being a writer auteur general rabble rouser I dream of him For those who don t know Transmet as the fans call it tells the story of rogue journalist Spider Jerusalem, a bald, tattooed, crazyman with glasses that have 24 hour a day information in them and can connect to an Internet that like, pops up in front of you The future, man Anyway, his city and country ha [...]


  23. I m finally getting around to finishing off the last couple of volumes of the great Transmetropolitan series Reading Volume 9 The Cure made me question why I left it so long, because here Ellis is in top form, there are so many quotable bits here Ellis even manages to show us of The City, continually revealing, even this far in the series, the strange technologies and methods of control in place Spider Jerusalem, outlaw journalist of the future, is now fighting a biological deadline in his atte [...]


  24. Here it is The payoffs have already shown themselves in this issue Against all odds, Spider finally manages to pull it together just enough to get a story through with real, credible evidence that damages the Smiler The last panel of this issue was all kinds of satisfying At long last, the gruesome trail of murder and deceit is beginning to unravel for the monstrous President.While obviously I enjoyed the end the most, the entire issue was incredibly strong There were no meandering plot threads [...]


  25. Transmetropolitan Vol 9 The Cure collects issues 49 54 of the DC comic Transmetropolitan The Cure finds Spider Jerusalem down and out he s been fired from his job, evicted from his apartment, diagnosed with an incurable brain infection that is steadily reducing him to a drooling vegetable and is now being hunted by invisible, personal assassination squads sent by the President of the United States But Spider is still smiling because he and his filthy assistants, Channon Yarrow and Yelena Rossini [...]


  26. Warren Ellis, Transmetropolitan The Cure Vertigo, 2003 Ellis starts to wrap everything up in this penultimate volume of Transmetropolitan, tracking down the few surviving people who were part of the President s darker days on the campaign trail, one of whom is an old adversary Spider Jerusalem is getting sicker will he survive long enough to finish this last story Despite the extremely dark tenor the story has taken in its final few volumes, Transmetropolitan remains as funny as ever In fact, th [...]


  27. Warren Ellis graphic novel series is unmistakeably well written The 90 s art style perfectly suits the story, and even suits the cyberpunk genre It is a gritty, ultra violent series, with a nice, different take on hacker altruism, inspired by the sci fi novels of the 80 s Having said that, it is a very difficult series to read Pure nuggets of creativity are often dimmed by schizophrenic breaks often by the protagonist which, I understand, makes this series unique, and to some endearing, but I fe [...]


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