Perhaps creating keeps you young. There is no time when you are in the creating space. The more of this world’s time that you spend there, the less you age.
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Home Portfolio Transmetropolitan: I Hate it Here

Transmetropolitan: I Hate it Here
Credit: Interior artist (pin-up)
Publisher: DC Comics/Vertigo
Release Date: April 12, 2000
Price: $5.95
Previews Product Code: FEB000208
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February 2000
The latest from best-selling author Spider Jerusalem
TRANSMETROPOLITAN writer Warren Ellis (PLANETARY) shows readers the other side of the last two and a half years of journalist Spider Jerusalem's life on the street in TRANSMETROPOLITAN: I HATE IT HERE, a VERTIGO Prestige Format one-shot (taking the place of this month's issue of TRANSMETROPOLITAN) that collects the best of Spider's columns from The Word. With a cover by TRANSMETROPOLITAN's Darick Robertson, I HATE IT HERE offers remarkable insight into the series' lead character, with Ellis's edgy prose accompanied by artwork from an array of comics' finest, among them David Mack, Tim Bradstreet, John Cassaday, Steve Dillon, Phil Jimenez, Dave Johnson, Eduardo Risso, Glenn Fabry, Paul Gulacy, Lea Hernandez, Gary Erskine, James Romberger, Dave Taylor, Bryan Talbot, and Danijel Zezelj.
From Spider's reluctant return to the City and his forced adaptation to a future where truth is obsolete, moving through his rise to new fame and fortune over the bodies of his enemies (and his friends), culminating in his current condition of energetic, focused mental illness, I HATE IT HERE is a look into the filthy and ruined brain of Spider Jerusalem. Like a car crash, it is vile and ugly and a terrible mess...but you can't help staring at it anyway.
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TRANSMETROPOLITAN: I HATE IT HERE is a 48-page VERTIGO one-shot in the Prestige Format and is suggested for mature readers. Edited by Axel Alonso, it arrives in comic-book stores April 12 with a cover price of $5.95 U.S.

Notes:
· The artwork, which appeared in color on page 20, was reprinted as a black and white image on page 10 of Reflections #4

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