In these tales from issues #151-160, Swamp Thing meets the spirit of a dead writer who is trapped in her own unpublished short story collection.
Swamp Thing can free her only by working his way through the reality of each of her stories.
Along the way, Swamp Thing visits the occult side of New Orleans, becomes a golem in a world ruled by Nazis, inhabits the form of the villainous Solomon Grundy, and more.
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Collecting Saga of the Swamp Thing, this first volume features the stories that put Alan Moore on the comics map, in Read more
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A lost epic from issues #140-150 is collected at last! He was an elemental embodiment of the world's plants—the spirit Read more
DC Universe have dropped a Swamp Thing teaser promo... https://youtu.be/fvP34JT2bSA
Swamp Thing premieres Friday May 31st exclusively on DC Universe. SWAMP THING follows Abby Arcane as she investigates what seems Read more
DC Universe has cancelled Swamp Thing just a week after the first episode has aired. The news was broken by Bloody Read more