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ISBN:
140120421X
Author:
Andy Diggle
Category:
Graphic Novels
Language:
English
Publisher:
Vertigo (January 1, 2005)
Pages:
144 pages
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Rating:
4.6
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236


Swamp Thing, Vol. 1 book.

Swamp Thing, Vol. Writer Andy Diggle doesn't quite have a mastery of the macabre as did his predecessors on Swamp Thing, but he writes a rather riveting tale for those who are interested in the story of the muck monster. He is pretty much on point for the voice of Constantine, Abby, and Swampy, but daughter Tefe comes across as nothing more than a hormonal teenager, and not the possessor of great power that she is. 1: Bad Seed. by Andy Diggle · Enrique Breccia. Batman Confidential, Vol. 1: Rules of Engagement. by Andy Diggle · Whilce Portacio · Richard Friend. Writer Andy Diggle (THE LOSERS) joins forces with the acclaimed art team of Whilce Portacio and Richard Friend (WETWORKS) in this hardcover volume collecting the first six issues of BATMAN CONFIDENTIAL! Go back to Batman's roots and learn where the Dark K. The Losers, Vol. 2: Double Down. by Andy Diggle · Jock · Shawn Martinbrough.

Book in the Swamp Thing 2004 Series). And Diggle does not do much to bring us up to speed. Aside from this, however, it is a treat for fans to see the title revamped, and Diggle's obvious enthusiasm is contagious. My advice: read the other volumes first, get up to speed online, then delve into the new series.

In 2013 Diggle left writing DC's Action Comics and began working with Dynamite Entertainment, writing a paranormal crime series Uncanny. He is also working on another crime series with his wife titled Control that is set to begin publishing in 2014.

Город: UKПодписчиков: 28 ты. себе: Writer of PROMETHEE 13:13, JAMES BOND, . . себе: Writer of PROMETHEE 13:13, JAMES BOND, THIEF OF THIEVES, THE LOSERS, RAT CATCHER and GREEN ARROW: YEAR ONE.

Swamp Thing (Graphic Novels).

Swamp Thing (Vol. 1): Bad Seed Format: Paperback Authors: Andy Diggle ISBN10: 140120421X Published: 2005-01-01 Swamp Thing (Vol. 1): Bad Seed. Swamp Thing (Graphic Novels).

Featured Characters: Swamp Thing (Flashback and main story). Bad Seed, Part I. Writers. This book was first published on March 3, 2004. This issue is reprinted in the Swamp Thing: Bad Seed trade paperback. Excerpts from this issue were also printed in Vertigo Horizon Trivia.

Sort by: Owned total - Top Rated - Top Rated Popular - Wanted - Recently wanted - Date Added. 7. Swamp Thing (Vol. 1): Bad Seed (2005). 1. The Losers (Vol. 1) : Ante Up (2004).

The first story arc of the acclaimed return of SWAMP THING is collected in BAD SEED, reprinting issues of the new ongoing series written by Andy Diggle (THE LOSERS) and illustrated by Enrique Breccia (LOVECRAFT). BAD SEED finds the Swamp Thing joined to the Earth itself, surpassing even his old power as the champion of the Green, and no longer inhibited. by the human conscience of his original template, Alec Holland.

The first story arc of the acclaimed return of SWAMP THING is collected in BAD SEED, reprinting issues #1-6 of the new ongoing series written by Andy Diggle and illustrated by Enrique Breccia.

BAD SEED finds the Swamp Thing joined to the Earth itself, surpassing even his old power as the champion of the Green, and no longer inhibited by the human conscience of his original template, Alec Holland. Without this constraint, the Swamp Thing threatens to re-balance the natural world at the cost of countless human casualties including his own daughter Tefé and his love, Abby unless the man who originally showed him his true nature, John Constantine, can find a way to stop him...

  • Knights from Bernin
Being a long time reader of Swamp Thing together with the way it is told, particularly it's wordiness. This was sort of a departure of style in terms of writing for me. It's not bad just that it's not your typical Swamp Thing story line. Expect more action and more fights, something probably not that alien in a title like Green Lantern or something similar. While the story line is not the brooding, introspective style, that does not imply that this is bad. It's okay for what it is, an action packed re-invention of a comic world favorite character.

If was to introduce a casual comic reader who has yet to get accustomed to Swamp Thing, I will always go for this one. It is a great gateway graphic novel to one of DC's oldest character.

Scenes to check out: How the sky turns black and what to do when your daughter talks back to you! Classic

3 out of 5 for me
  • Ffyan
Andy Diggle, while his run was very short on the series, adequately re-acquainted readers with the big leafy superhero with some of the worst luck ever. It has been years since Alec Holland/Swamp Thing became Earth's elemental, with control over all aspects of nature. Having shed his human soul, he isn't so warm to mankind anymore. Enter his ex-wife, his teenage daughter, and a certain mage in a trenchcoat, and some real trouble is brewing.

Diggle and Breccia make for a good team. Diggle obviously relishes in the past storylines of ST, while Breccia goes hog wild creating slimy, hideous creatures. New readers, however, will be a bit puzzled. I've read every volume of Swamp Thing available and I actually became lost at times. In the gap between Regenesis and Bad Seed, a LOT happened to the Holland family. I read up some online to get a good idea... but between Rick Veitch's run, a series of bad decisions following that, a concluding run on the original Vertigo title by Mark Millar, and a relaunch title primarily featuring Tefe (Alec and Abby's daughter), many people missed a lot. And Diggle does not do much to bring us up to speed. Aside from this, however, it is a treat for fans to see the title revamped, and Diggle's obvious enthusiasm is contagious.

My advice: read the other volumes first, get up to speed online, then delve into the new series. It's really worth the effort.
  • Landamath
Loved it
  • Uaha
My son loved it for his birthday.