I explore the question in my most recent hplus magazine article and give a few pitches to get the ball rolling:
Transmetropolitan, written by Warren Ellis, follows Spider Jerusalem, a Hunter S. Thompson for the 22nd Century. After five years living in paranoid isolation on a mountain, Spider’s book contracts are due. To write, […]
My take on the film is up on hplus magazine. A snippet:
Not once in the whole film do we meet people who have successfully paid for their new organ and are living happily after what should have been a fatal accident. Not once do we see the impact of the enhancements Beth has, […]
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