Swamp Thing: A Murder of Crows #1

    Swamp Thing: A Murder of Crows » Swamp Thing: A Murder of Crows #1 - Vol. 4 released by Vertigo on August 2001.

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    Vol. 4 last edited by steelhandcuffs on 08/21/22 05:20PM View full history

    This fourth volume in the saga of the Swamp Thing finds the man-monster interacting with Deadman, the Phantom Stranger, the Spectre, and the Demon as he continues on his journey of self-discovery. Traveling through the horrors of a haunted house, the improbabilities of the afterlife, the depths of hell and the heights of heaven, the Swamp Thing continues his evolution from a simple monster into a powerful elemental being with a potential to exceed the bonds of the Earth itself.


    Swamp Thing's quest for self discovery with mystic JOHN CONSTANTINE has led to one final moment of truth, a harbinger of doom has been released with the sole charge of waking an evil beyond comprehension, and Swamp Thing, John Constantine, Deadman, The Phantom Stranger, Etrigan, The Spectre and other masters of the occult must unite against a dark force which threatens to eradicate heaven's light, this classic saga by the legendary creative team of Alan Moore, Stephen Bisette, John Totleben, Stan Woch, Rick Vettch, Ron Randall and Alfredo Alcala continues the evolution of Swamp Thing from a mire dwelling man-monster to a powerful elemental being with the potential to exceed the bonds of the earth itself.

    Swamp Thing: A Murder of Crows overflows with sophisticated tales of horror from a finely-wrought crossover with the epic DC maxiseries Crisis on Infinite Earths to Swamp Thing's first audience with his brethren in the Parliament of Trees to the cataclysmic conclusion of the "American Gothic" storyline, these are the stories that changed American comics forever.


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