Swamp Thing. Book 6, Reunion /
Alan Moore ... [et al.] ; Tatjana Wood, colorist ; John Costanza, letterer.
New York : DC Comics, [2003], c1987.
187 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
1563899752, 9781563899751
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New York : DC Comics, [2003], c1987.
general note
"Originally published in single magazine form as Swamp Thing
"Swamp Thing created by Len Wein & Berni Wrightson."
catalogue key
target audience
"Suggested for mature readers"--P. [4] of cover.
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Appeared in Library Journal on 2004-03-01:
The final book collecting writer Moore's celebrated 1980s run on this fantasy/horror series, which helped lay the foundations for DC's Vertigo line for mature readers. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
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Main Description
"Originally published in single magazine form as Swamp Thing 57-64, copyright 1987"--T.p. verso.
Unpaid Annotation
The sixth volume in the anthology that revolutionized the comic book medium, SWAMP THING: REUNION concludes the groundbreaking epic of the trials and tribulations that the Swamp Thing endures as he tries to cope with his true nature. After years of believing that he was simply a horrific man-monster, the Swamp Thing discovers that he is a mighty elemental possessing the power of the Earth itself. But after losing his link to the planet and being expelled to a mysterious blue world, the organic entity explores the cosmos and an array of intoxicating alien worlds on his quest to return to Earth and the love of his life, the human Abby Arcane. SUGGESTED FOR MATURE READERS.

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