Swamp Thing

Swamp Thing

Volume 3, Rotworld : the Green Kingdom

Graphic Novel - 2013
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"The world has fallen to the Rot! Animal Man, a.k.a. Buddy Baker and Swamp Thing form an uneasy alliance as they find that after facing down the undead forces of Anton Arcane that the world has fallen deep into a decrepit future where the world is consumed into a withering land of decay. The two heroes travel the decimated planet, scrounging up misfit crimefighters, whose appearances and histories have been changed by this new hell-scape. In this volume, Swamp Thing finds unlikely allies in Deadman and Poison Ivy, as he ventures deep into Gotham to find the man who always has all the answers- Batman. But will the Caped Crusader be enough to break Rotworld? New York Times best-selling authors Scott Snyder (BATMAN) and Jeff Lemire (SWEET TOOTH) team-up to conclude a story that began when the New 52 first launched in SWAMP THING VOL. 3- ROTWORLD- THE GREEN KINGDOM. Collects SWAMP THING #12-18 and ANIMAL MAN #12, #17."
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, [2013]
ISBN: 9781401242640
Branch Call Number: SNY Y GN
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 cm


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Jan 07, 2015

When you cant find a creative way to write a solution to your quickly escalating stakes in a series , Mega Violence sloberknocker Crossover with incredible art (not the Animal man Inserts) set in a alternate possible universe with grotesque alternate DC heroes is one way to make an enjoyable comic. Unfortunately in the American way this comic shows that the way to win, and have no repercussions and full reward, is violence and death. But it is nice to learn that the way to balance all deeper issues in our lives and world is through beating the other guy down and fulfilling our egos. The art (except for 12 pages of Animal man insert that were awful) Is amazing, and the ideas are fun and kept me intrigued. The exploration of death and rebirth is also well done... unfortunately many of the other "depths" that could have been gone too fell far short of accomplished in what I imagine was a bid to sell to the American mainstream.


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