SWAMP THING: THE BRONZE AGE VOL. 1
Swamp Thing’s early adventures are collected in paperback with SWAMP THING: THE BRONZE AGE VOL. 1. Deep in the bayou of Louisiana, far from civilization’s grasp, a shadowed creature...
SWAMP THING #19
A stand-alone story featuring guest art by Ronald Wimberly (LUCIFER, HELLBLAZER SPECIAL: PAPA MIDNITE). Led by a bizarre mentor, Alec begins to understand what happened when he shed his godlike elemental powers. This knowledge could turn the Swamp Thing's remarkable life in a strange new direction.
SWAMP THING #12
The horrifying conclusion of the 4-part "Love in Vain." Arcane has learned a few new tricks during his stay in Heaven. With the power of The Light under his control, even Swamp Thing may not be able to stop him...not without paying an unimaginable price.
SWAMP THING #20
Internationally acclaimed artist Richard Corben (SOLO, HELLBLAZER) returns to SWAMP THING for a pivotal tale in one of comics' most enduring sagas. Wearied by tumultuous recent events, Swamp Thing attempts to escape by creating smaller and smaller versions of himself. Finally, he shrinks into a quantum state, exploring the subatomic universe. But what is John Constantine doing there?
SWAMP THING #17
"Healing the Breach" Part 3 of 4. Why do the strange bio-mech invaders in the infected Green look so similar to the sea monster who dwells in the trenches of the poisoned Mexico basin? Swamp Thing, carried by the raging autumn storm waters, rushes towards the Gulf of Mexico "wound" and into the embrace of a mystery.
SWAMP THING #11
"Love in Vain" Part 3 of 4. Arcane and his demon paramour Josephine have adopted new, more dangerous forms. Still, Arcane wants Josephine to gain the powers of an elemental, and that means his designs are set on the hospitalized Tefé. Can Swamp Thing stop Arcane's attack? Or will his rage get the better of him when he catches sight of Abigail in a passionate embrace with her new lover Jake?
SWAMP THING #18
The 4-part "Healing the Breach" concludes. While Professor Schiller relives the painful time when his brilliant student Alec Holland stole the only woman he ever loved, Swamp Thing, imprisoned by the eco-sorcerers, confronts the Seed Gatherer, a deranged transdimensional CEO who believes he's channeling the spirit of Johnny Appleseed.
SWAMP THING #21
Kicking off a new storyline, "The Bleeding Raconteur," plus the debut of a new cover artist, Eisner-Award winner Eric Powell (The Goon, ARKHAM ASYLUM: LIVING HELL). In the fallout of the "Healing the Breach" story arc, we return to the Louisiana Bayou to meet William, an irrepressible Cajun storyteller who unwittingly unleashes the nightmarish characters featured in his tales. Once again, it's up to the Swamp Thing to chase them back into folklore, but when he recognizes a familiar face among the myths, he may be reluctant to do so.