The Story

The fictional character Swamp Thing has appeared in five comic book series to date, including several specials, and has crossed over into other DC Comics titles. The series found immense popularity upon its 1970s debut and during the mid-late 1980s under Alan Moore, Steve Bissette, and John Totleben. These eras were met with high critical praise and numerous awards. However, over the years, Swamp Thing comics have suffered from low sales which have resulted in numerous series cancellations and revivals.

Swamp Thing was relaunched as an ongoing series in 2011 as part of The New 52, a company wide relaunch by DC comics. The current series is written by Scott Snyder and drawn by Yanick Paquette. Taking off from the end of Brightest Day, the series follows a resurrected Alec Holland who wants to put the memories of Swamp Thing behind him. He is approached first by an earlier incarnation of Swamp Thing, representing The Parliament of Trees. This Swamp Thing informs Holland that he is a unique individual who would have become a legendary warrior for the Parliament and The Green, the essence of all plant life. When Holland died, the Parliament created a creature which thought it was him as a substitute. Holland rebuffs the creature’s entreaties that he assume the mantle of Swamp Thing. Next he is approached by Abigail Arcane, the former lover of Swamp Thing. She enlists him to help save her half brother William Arcane, before he becomes the champion of The Rot, the force of decay, once known as Swamp Thing’s arch-enemy, Anton Arcane. While traveling cross country Holland and Arcane find themselves increasingly attracted to each other. After confronting William, who has already become a servant of The Rot, Abigail is captured and taken away. At the same time the Parliament of Trees comes under attack and is about to be destroyed. Realizing his mistake, Holland accepts the mantle of Swamp Thing as the only way to save Abigail and prevent The Rot from triumphing.

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Language : English | Year : 2012-2015 | Size : 1.6 GB

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