Swamp Thing

Swamp Thing is a DC Comics character and an eponymous series, published in many volumes. Saga of the Swamp Thing (later renamed Swamp Thing with the forty-sixth issue) is the most revered, and is most remembered for its issues written by Alan Moore and illustrated by various artists. It is about Swamp Thing’s search for identity as well as the examination of national history, culture, and topical issues such as environmentalism. The series was published in one-hundred seventy-one issues by DC Comics, whose Vertigo Comics imprint collected the series incompletely in paperback volumes.

Saga of the Swamp Thing (21-27) 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
Love and Death (28-34) 28 29 30 31 Annual #2 32 33 34
The Curse (35-42) 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
A Murder of Crows (43-50) 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Saga of the Swamp Thing

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Jason Woodrue: You can't kill a vegetable by shooting it in the head.

Jason Woodrue: He isn't Alec Holland. He never will be Alec Holland. He never was Alec Holland. He's just a ghost. A ghost dressed in weeds.

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There is a house above the world, where the over-people gather.
There is a man with wings like a bird.
There is a man who can see across the planet and wring diamonds from its anthracite.
There is a man who moves so fast that his life is an endless gallery of statues.
In the house above the world, the over-people gather...
And sit...
And listen...
...To a dry, mad voice that whispers of Earthdeath.

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There are people. There are stories. The people think they shape the stories, but the reverse is often closer to the truth.

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Cain: Murder? Don't talk to me about murder. I invented murder.

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Swamp Thing: Is there some pattern... that I should perceive...in this senseless pageant... of atrocity...?
Is there some truth... that may be divined... from the entrails... of America...?
It seems useless...
I struggle... to impose a structure... that has meaning... on the madness that churns... within this continent... within this world...
But tonight... I looked into a man's eyes... and glimpsed the abyss...
And I fear... that it may... be bottomless....
I know that there must be an answer... a light in the blackness... but I don't know... if I can find it... on my own.

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the thing of the swamp

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