SWAMP THING #22
Part 2 of the 4-part "The Bleeding Raconteur," featuring a stunning cover by Eisner-Award winner Eric Powell (The Goon, ARKHAM ASYLUM: LIVING HELL). Swamp Thing's emotional reunion with Abigail ends with a shock that even Earth's Elemental could never have anticipated. In a bizarre twist of fate, these shattering events may put Swamp Thing on the path to piecing together his broken soul — and recovering his awesome powers.
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 #16
"Healing the Breach" Part 2 of 4. While Swamp Thing battles a strange bio-tech invader in the Green, Professor Schiller gives up his conscious mind and commits to reliving the final days of his relationship with Alec Holland's first wife, Linda. Out in the Gulf of Mexico, a strange uncurling beast living at the bottom of the polluted "Dead Zone" begins to rise. The Louisiana storm season has begun.
SWAMP THING #14
Concluding the 2-part story "Measure of Faith," featuring guest art by Timothy Green II (FRACTION) and a chilling cover by John Totleben. Swamp Thing discovers the terrible secret of the Riverside preacher, and it could cost everything for Jake's father.
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.
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 #15
Artist Enrique Breccia returns for Part 1 of the 4-part tale "Healing the Breach." A forgotten figure from Alec Holland's early years appears in the swamp, seeking healing and perhaps redemption. And it may not be mere coincidence that his visit comes at a time when the waters of Louisiana face an ecological threat such as no one has ever encountered — not even Swamp Thing.