Wormwood is very well written and with great art from Burrows but honestly, it's not really exactly my style of book, I'm not really into religious mythology and this story is all about that, with a modern, sarcastic slant. And it's not as action oriented as Preacher, although it's far from uneventful. I'd definitely recommend reading it.
Crossed, I love. It's kind of like if you took The Walking Dead and made the zombies crazed humans. Really, really crazed. This book is over the top in gore and sexual content, it's hard to communicate just how offensive it would be to a lot of people, haha. But I love it. And it has a great survivor story to go with it, much like The Walking Dead's, it doesn't depend on shock value to entertain. But like Kirkman once again again, Ennis pulls no punches with his writing. The sequel series, Family Values, wasn't written by Ennis but is still a great book and sticks with the themes of the first series. It's even more #$%#$ed up, amazingly
re: Transmetropolitan for whatever reason, I could never get into it. And it's strange because I really like a lot of Ellis' other stuff, like Planetary, The Authority, The Frequency. Trans just didn't grab me, although everyone else seems to love it.