Transmetropolitan Vol. 6: Gouge Away

Transmetropolitan Vol. 6: Gouge Away
By Warren Ellis (writer), Darick Robertson and Rodney Ramos with Lea Hernandez, Kieron Dwyer, Bryan Hitch, Frank Quitely and Eduardo Risso (artists)
Published by DC Comics/Vertigo
Originally released February 2002

Availability: Amazon.com
Cover price: $14.99
Format: Soft cover, color, standard-size
ISBN 1563897962

Synopsis from publisher:

Despite — or perhaps with the aid of — drugs, drinking, and paranoia, Spider Jerusalem and his filthy assistants are hot on the trail of the horrifying truth behind the newly-elected President’s campaign. Features three stand-alone stories “Nobody Loves me,”The Walk,” and “Dancing in the Here and Now,” and also includes the three-part “Gouge Away” storyline.

Notes:

This publication is the sixth in a series reprinting the comic book series Transmetropolitan. All material in this publication was written by Warren Ellis and illustrated by Darick Robertson and Rodney Ramos. Issue #31 also features 2 to 4-page segments illustrated by Lea Hernandez, Kieron Dwyer, Bryan Hitch, Frank Quitely and Eduardo Risso.

Reprints:

  1. Transmetropolitan #31 (2000)
  2. Transmetropolitan #32 (2000)
  3. Transmetropolitan #33 (2000)
  4. Transmetropolitan #34 (2000)
  5. Transmetropolitan #35 (2000)
  6. Transmetropolitan #36 (2000)
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