Transmetropolitan 2 – 4 (Warren Ellis & Darick Robertson)

As this series progresses, it starts to come into its own and establish and develop the future world more intelligently and fully. I'm struck by how much television narrative seems to have borrowed from comics — I don't read a lot of comics or watch a lot of television, but aside from not being bound to strict act structures (like television) comics do seem to be pulling many of the same narrative tricks.

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