8 edition of Swamp Thing (Vol. 2) found in the catalog.
September 1, 2005
Written in English
|Contributions||Enrique Breccia (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
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Saga of the Swamp Thing Book One | Before Watchmen, Alan Moore made his debut in the U.S. comic book industry with the revitalization of the horror comic book The Swamp Thing. His deconstruction of the classic monster stretched the creative boundaries of the medium and became one of the most spectacular series in comic book modern-day issues explored against a backdrop of Brand: Vertigo. Saga of the Swamp Thing: B Collects Issues (#) Saga of the Swamp Thing: B Collects Issues (#) (Alan Moore concludes his run on this title) Swamp Thing by Nancy A. Collins.
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While the last book in Alan Moore's Swamp Thing run dealt with earth-shattering events, book five slows down a little and deals with the character's relationships. This type of thing can kill the narrative momentum in a lesser story, but this is Alan Moore we're talking about.
The way his characters interact, and how society at large reacts to /5(72). Book 1 of Saga of the Swamp Thing definitely lived up to the hype, and then some. I was blown away by the creative storylines, breathtaking art, and sheer boldness of the whole thing. Book 1 is not an origin story of the titular character, but rather it completely reshapes and retools his origin story in a very daring, almost shocking by: 4.
The book is a spin on/retelling of DC's character Swamp Thing. You do not need to know anything about that character before reading this because this is her own interpretation.
Her story follows twins who are complete opposites, Walker is extremely outgoing whil Rating /5. Moore altered the Swamp Thing's origins, flicked the finger at the Comics Code Authority's regulations, and created an adult version of the Swamp Thing that has finally become a staple of popular culture.
A truly epic saga that redefined comic book /5(63). Swamp Thing: The Bronze Age Vol. 1 collects the original short story "Swamp Thing" from The House of Secrets #92 and Swamp Thing #, featuring all of Wein and Wrightson's original run on the series and including art by Nestor Redondo, Michael Wm.
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Formerly 'Saga of the Swamp Thing'/Changes to Vertigo imprint with # Swamp Thing is one of the coolest, weirdest books I have ever read. Moore's writing is fierce, the 80's coloring is wild, the stories are as much science-fiction as /5. Before WATCHMEN, Alan Moore made his debut in the U.S.
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I really did like this book. An easy read with complex language and character personalities that make this book great/5. Released in as 'Saga of the Swamp Thing #21', Alan Moore, Stephen Bissette, and John Totleben start their expansive run off with a tense reintroduction of the monster Swamp Thing Author: Justin Partridge.
Swamp Thing is an American superhero horror web television series created by Gary Dauberman and Mark Verheiden for DC Universe and based on the DC Comics character of the same name. Derek Mears portrays the eponymous Swamp Thing, a plant-elemental creature who fights malevolent forces around a Louisiana swamp with the help of medical doctor Abby Arcane (Crystal Reed).
Before Watchmen, Alan Moore made his debut in the U.S. comic book industry with the revitalization of the horror comic book The Swamp deconstruction of the classic monster stretched the creative boundaries of the medium and became one of the most spectacular series in comic book ISBN: In the early s, the Swamp Thing was revived in a series entitled The Saga of the Swamp Thing with writer Martin Pasko leading the it stretched out till issue #19, its unpopularity and poor sales led DC Comics to consider cancellation until the editorial teams offered to hand over the reins to writer Alan Moore who was mostly only known for AD and V for Vendetta.
Swamp Thing, Vol. 9 book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Collecting issues # of the series that helped to lay the f /5. Origin. Swamp Thing first appeared in in House of Secrets #In the early 's, scientist Alex Olson is working on a bio-restorative formula when his lab is destroyed by explosives placed.
Swamp Thing is based on the DC Comics title of the same it wasn't created by the pair, one of the series' most well-remembered eras.
Though a touch slight in parts, Swamp Thing: New Roots #1 tills rich soil for the future of DC’s supernaturally focused new digital releases.
Freed from the confines of the page annuals, Russell, Santucci, and Kalisz have a chance to kick off the rare modern ongoing for Swamp Thing. If they can only slow down a bit to grow it out properly/10(4).
The CW has announced its fall premiere schedule, including the broadcast debut of DC Universe's Swamp Thing series. The show will come to The CW on October 6th with a minute premiere.
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