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Swamp Thing learns the truth of how the Earth fell to the Rot as seen in this month’s issues of ANIMAL MAN and FRANKENSTEIN: AGENT OF S.H.A.D.E.

Guest-starring Poison Ivy, Deadman and The Parliament of Trees!

Swamp Thing arrives in the Rotworld, after a whole year of rot domination. Poison Ivy (who, by the way, cannot believe that he is actually Holland) and Deadman take Alec to the Parliament of Trees (that is now on the top of a giant beanstalk, away from rotlings). Right when Swamp Thing arrives, he is greeted by un-dead men and un-dead Teen Titans. While they are fighting, the Parliament decides to tell Alec of what happened to Abby, that is, if he survives.



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One Year Later 0

I was never a Swamp Thing fan and the Brightest Day story arc along with the Brightest Day Aftermath: The Search for Swamp Thing put me off him even more so I didn't get the series when The New 52 started. After hearing brilliant things about the series and seeing how good a writer Scott Snyder is after reading the current Batman series I decided to get Swamp Thing Vol. 1: Raise Them Bones which I thoroughly and have since decided to get the series since this issue.PlotThis issue starts with Swa...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Yeah! Zombiefied Teen Titans. 0

The GoodThis series even though I only have been reading it since issue 12 has been great with perfect characterization, great plot and awesome art. This issue starts off with Swamp-thing being threatened by Poison Ivy to reveal who he is becauseSPOILER WARNING: Click here to reveal hidden content.Animal-man and Swamp-thing were thrown one year into the future Poison Ivy and Deadman believe that both Alec and Buddy ran away so they don't believe he is Alec.This issue also has a part with Abby Ar...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Rotworld Begins 0

Grant Morrison is probably the master of the long-form story, having taken six years to tell his epic Batman tale. But Scott Snyder comes in at a close second, the proof of which is found in the opening chapter of the Rotworld crossover, an issue 14 months in the making.As always, Snyder's writing is crisp and engaging, and his characterization of the various players in the issue is spot-on. Since Swamp Thing (the character) is our entry point into Rotworld, his own consternation with regard to ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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