Rob Hoffman and Sylvia Fanucci, lovers living in New York City, lead somewhat complicated lives as they deal with the perils of apartment hunting, accidental pregnancy, the talk of marriage, and dead-end jobs.
- Alex Hunter tries to make sense of being trapped in England's weirdest village, the ghost of the beautiful woman who haunts his dreams, and why the villagers celebrate Christmas in mid-summer. The Amazonian Shaman, Megaron, reveals his tribe's deadly cycle of vengeance; and the village's resident extraterrestrial, Adam, explains away the UFO phenomenon, while behind the scenes a clandestine brotherhood pulls the strings.
- A complex and intriguing journey through romance, mystery, and the supernatural with a twist of bizarre humor, beautifully illustrated with pencil, pen & ink, painted watercolor, and manipulated photographs.
- Introduction by Heart of Empire creator Bryan Talbot.
- New, full-color painted cover by Millidge.
The fourth Transmetropolitan collected edition finds Spider Jerusalem, outlaw journalist of the future, both craving and dreading the adulation of his readers -- or, as he calls them, the New Scum. From his luxury apartment, Spider covers the presidential race between candidates called the Smiler and the Beast, relentlessly pursuing the ugly truth in this violent, funny, and thought-provoking tale.
Due to amnesia caused by a revision in time, comic book artist Ethan Crane, a.k.a. Supreme, fights to remember his past in flashbacks that range from the 1930s through the 1990s, with artwork reflecting the time periods he inhabits.
The world of storybook and nursery rhyme characters who live side-by-side with humans is thrown into turmoil when Rose Red's house is found in shambles and covered with her blood and suspects range from Jack of beanstalk fame to Blue Beard.
When Keitaro, in a desperate effort to go into seclusion and study for entry exams, volunteers to take over running his grandmother's hotel, his plans are ruined when he discovers that the hotel is actually an all-girls dormitory. The good news is, Naru can no longer pick on Keitaro for having flunked the college entrance exams 3 times in a row.
Keitaro (main character) has had great difficulty getting into the university of his choice and no luck meeting women. In a desperate effort to go into seclusion and study for entry exams, he volunteers to take over running his grandmother's hotel. His plans are ruined when he discovers that the hotel is actually an all-girls dormitory.