Veteran comics writer and editor Len Wein is the creator of such memorable characters as Wolverine, the New X-Men and the Human Target, as well as the co-creator (with Bernie Wrightson) of the Swamp Thing. In his long and prolific career he has written for hundreds of titles, encompassing nearly every significant character in the medium. He has also built a successful career in TV animation, scripting such hit series as X-Men, Spider-Man and Batman: The Animated Series.
updatedSAGA OF THE SWAMP THING BOOK 2
"Perhaps the brainiest and scariest horror narrative of the '80s." — ROLLING STONEIn this second collection Swamp Thing hardcover featuring SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING #28-34 and SWAMP THING ANNUAL #2, the Earth Elemental says goodbye to the illusion of his own humanity after learning that he is 100 percent plant, meets a crew of benevolent alien invaders inspired by the classic swamp-based comic strip Pogo, and consummates his relationship with Abigail Arcane as only he could.
updatedUN-MEN VOL. 1: GET YOUR FREAK ON
"Uniquely entertaining…wholly original…a fantastically dark world. I was sucked into it from the moment I opened the first issue." — Ain'tItCoolNews.comBreakout writer John Whalen and Eisner-nominated artist Mike Hawthorne (THE EXTERMINATORS, Queen and Country) bring chilling new life to THE UN-MEN — the former SWAMP THING adversaries created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson — in this volume collecting the first five issues of the new series that explores what it means to be a freak in a society filled with gawkers.
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Part 1 of the astonishing 2-part story "Measure of Faith," featuring guest art by Timothy Green II (FRACTION) and a gripping cover by legendary SWAMP THING illustrator John Totleben. With Swamp Thing struggling to make sense of his shattered life and Houma recovering from all the horrors of its past spilling up from the depths of Hell, a strange "preacher" appears, offering a macabre salvation to the town's people. But his true agenda may be too frightening to contemplate.
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"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?
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" The series offers another fine option for the adult horror-comic fan."—the WASHINGTON TIMES" An influential fantasy author for almost a quarter century."—THE NEW YORK TIMES on Alan Moore" The best muck-encrusted monster in the best comics."—Neil Gaiman in ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY" Hyperintelligent, emotionally potent, and, yes, fun. A"—ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY
updatedSWAMP THING: DARK GENESIS
He has become a modern legend, this mysterious creature of the Louisiana bayou. Feared as a monster, hailed as a god, by turns wonderfully benevolent and pitiless in his wrath, the Swamp Thing has carved his unique niche in the American Landscape.
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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.
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In "Love in Vain" Part 2 of 4, it's the return of Anton Arcane...and this time, he's in love. Arcane and his demon-lover consummate their relationship, spreading a terrible infection through the Green and into the swamp. But as Swamp Thing tries to cure the disease, Arcane plans a hellish fate for the town of Houma.