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Roots of the Swamp Thing

Len Wein

Roots of the Swamp Thing

by Len Wein

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Published by DC Comics in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesSwamp Thing
Statementwriter, Len Wein ; artist, Bernie Wrightson, Nestor Redondo, Michael Wm. Kaluta ; cover artists, Bernie Wrightson, Nestor Redondo, Luis Dominguez
SeriesDC Comics classics library
ContributionsWrightson, Berni, Redondo, Nestor P., Kaluta, Michael William
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN6728.S93 W45 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination318 p. :
Number of Pages318
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24567715M
ISBN 101401222366
ISBN 109781401222369
LC Control Number2010292147
OCLC/WorldCa277201705

The ordeal was very trying, and along the way viewers were shown some interesting Easter eggs from Swamp Thing’s rich comic history. Here are the comic book roots of this week’s episode. The Darkness The Darkness is a concept from writer Alan Moore’s groundbreaking run on Swamp Thing. Roots of the Swamp Thing. Genres: Drama, Horror, Mature, Movies & TV, Sci-Fi. Publisher: DC Comics. Writer: Len Wein. Artist: Bernie Wrightson. Publication date: July - November Status: Completed Views: 31, Bookmark. These issues were re-prints of Swamp Thing (), #, plus material from House of Mystery and House of Secrets.

Roots of the Swamp Thing Comic Books: Show Covers only: Sales Rank #3, See Top 2, Publisher DC • Monsters First Issue #1 - July Last #5 - November Reprints the first 10 issues of "Swamp Thing, series", with 2 issues reprinted in each issue of this series.   The Sunderland Corporation has a new plan to trap and exploit Swamp Thing. With enemies surrounding him, who can Swamp Thing trust?

  In addition, this book also features the final Swamp Thing story from the monster's co-creator, Len Wein. Originally intended as the start of a new series, presented here with art by Kelley Jones. Collects stories from Swamp Thing Winter Special /5(88). Roots of the Swamp thing is a trade paperback that collects Swamp Thing's first appearance in House of Secrets #92 and his first couple issues in Swamp Thing # all written by Len Wein and illustrated by the late Bernie Wrightson. This collection essentially offers fans the very beginning of the Swamp Thing story and gives a little bit of.


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Well-known writers Tom King (Batman, Heroes in Criris) and Brian Azzarello (Batman: Damned, Joker) pay tribute to the legendary creators of Swamp Thing as they join forces for earth-shattering Swamp Thing tales that will send chills down your spine!From some of comics' greatest writers and artists comes a collection of horrifying tales by the bayou that will warm the heart and haunt the soul/5(31).

To the first appearance of Swamp Thing, to issue #13 this book is gripping (to say the least). A good genesis book for anyone preparing to read Alan Moore's classic reboot of the series. This is what the original writer Len Wien had in mind/5(18).

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.

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Roots of the Swamp Thing book. Read 58 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The tales that made Swamp Thing a fan-favorite are collect 4/5. In the DC Digital First lineup now available, Swamp Thing: New Roots takes readers into a dark mystery with a classic Swampy vibe pitting him against the Sunderland corporation to once more delve into the consequences of life and death.

As a one-shot, Swamp Thing: New Roots gets the job done. It’s got a strong characterization with Swamp Thing, capturing the inner conflict that often drives / Wizard Magazine is five years old and another Swamp Thing series comes to an end.

October of saw the final issue of Swamp Thing series 2 with, # “Trial by Fire”. But that’s not why this book is Swamp Thing gold. Wizard #62 is special because it features a Swamp Thing parody image along with an article related to the NES game.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(15). Though not as obviously pulpy as the opening issue, Swamp Thing: New Roots #2 sets the table nicely for the series going forward. Operating with the same dark, but self-aware tone as the opening and armed with more cinematic horror visuals, Swamp Thing: New Roots #2 stakes out new territory for Swamp Thing and the weird life he leads.

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Swamp Thing: New Roots #2 captures the same tone and aesthetic of the first issue which helped it to become a truly worthwhile read. There is something special happening in this series due in part because of their time of release with little to no comics coming out, but also because it feels like classic Swamp Thing/ Mark Russell and Marco Santucci make a strong case for episodic Swamp Thing tales again in the debut of Swamp Thing: New Roots.

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Credit: DC. Swamp Thing becomes a third party in a grim family drama in the follow-up issue of Swamp Thing: New still engaged in a.

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"A Tale from the Swamp: The Origin of Wein & Wrightson's Swamp Thing," Comic Book Artist #1 (Spring ), pp. 28– interviews with Len Wein, Bernie Wrightson, and Joe Orlando.

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The cover of Swamp Thing: New Roots #1 from DC Comics with a creative team of Mark Russell, Marco Santucci, John Kalisz, and Jimmy B.

There's a key plot element that mirrors a very interesting Q&A Author: Hannibal Tabu. Comic book readers first encountered the corrupt company when it launched a manhunt against Swamp Thing in 's The Saga of Swamp Thing #1 (written by Martin Pasko and penciled by Tom Yeates).

Led by Avery Sunderland, readers witnessed the crooked corporation dump toxic waste, torture innocent civilians, and do whatever it took to cover its. Roots of the Swamp Thing #1 FN Stock Image.

Published by DC. Grade: FN. This is a mid grade item. It will have enough minor defects that it is in clearly worse condition than a brand new freshly published comic, magazine, or Rating: % positive.

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I love Tom Yeates, but his work was more illustrative and finely chiseled than Bissette and Totleben, who continue to ramp up the macabre.

The visual storytelling is first rate. Bissette's fluid, skewered lay-outs and pacing flow like mercury.Deluxe (Baxter) format series of Swamp Thing reprints.

Cover and interior art by Bernie Wrightson, stories by Len Wein. "Night of the Bat," starring Abigail Arcane, Alfred Pennyworth, Batman, Commissioner James Gordon, Matt Cable, and Swamp Thing; The Swamp Thing travels to Gotham to rescue Matt and Abigail and stumbles into the location of the Conclave, the organization that is .