TRANSMETROPOLITAN VOL. 10: ONE MORE TIME - NEW EDITION
At last, it's the final showdown between Spider Jerusalem and the corrupt president of the United States in this new printing of the title collecting TRANSMETROPOLITAN #55-60, along with the specials I HATE IT HERE and FILTH OF THE CITY.
AARON AND AHMED
"What causes terrorism?"After his fiancée dies on 9/11, the question plagues Aaron Goodman. It makes him give up his career as a doctor to become an interrogator at Guantanamo Bay. It leads him to meme theory, as he wonders if there could be a cold science behind the conversion of people into suicide bombers. And ultimately, it brings him to Ahmed, a Gitmo prisoner who promises the answers to all of Aarons questions, and in the process, he'll take Aaron from Guantanamo Bay to the jihadist camps in Pakistan, back to Ground Zero in New York City.
TRANSMETROPOLITAN: TALES OF HUMAN WASTE
TALES OF HUMAN WASTE completes the TRANSMETROPOLITAN library, collecting the two Prestige-format one-shots TRANSMETROPOLITAN: I HATE IT HERE and TRANSMETROPOLITAN: FILTH OF THE CITY, as well as the 8-page Christmas story from VERTIGO: WINTER'S EDGE 2. Written by Warren Ellis, this collection features a host of one and two-page pieces from comics' finest artists illustrating excerpts from the Word columns of crazed outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem.
Mixing realism with humor, GANGLAND presents an entertaining and surreal look into the violent world of gangs and organized crime. These fourteen felonious tales of malice and duplicity explore the motivations of men uniting for illicit gain through violence, murder, and intimidation. Featuring made gangsters, suburban wannabes, and alien enforcers, this provocative book includes stories of a lonely hit man on a suicide mission, a mob informant's deadly new life, and old-school retribution in New Russia.
THE BRONX KILL
"This is prime pulp, with clockwork timing and mood to spare." — PUBLISHERS WEEKLY"One of those rare perfect gems that has you grab total strangers and rant…"You have to read this." – Ken Bruen (Once Were Cops, The Guards)
THE BRONX KILL
Being a cop was in the Keane blood. But Martin wanted to be a writer even if it meant turning his back on the family legacy.Then his wife goes missing, and Martin is forced to delve into the dark history – and darker secrets – of that same family. It's a path that will lead him back to the Bronx Kill: that lonely, godforsaken stretch of land where many years earlier his grandfather had been brutally murdered, and where finally he will learn the truth about his wife's disappearance. It's a truth more monstrous than he could ever have imagined.
HELLBLAZER: SETTING SUN
This new trade paperback features five bone-chilling tales of horror, magic, loss and regret with art by five world-class illustrators, originally presented in HELLBLAZER #140-143, the last four issues of Warren Ellis's run on the book.