Swamp Thing #1

Writer: Andy Diggle Artist: Enrique Breccia Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: December 31, 1969 Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Mar 20, 2004

    Hmm, I did say the dread name Arcane above. Not sure if the adherence to continuity is going to lead to a revival of that damned nemesis, but theres plenty more Diggle can throw into the mix from all over DC continuity if he wants. Breccia seems the perfect partner for a newly horrific journey. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Iain Burnside Mar 8, 2004

    The origins of the Swamp Thing itself were touched upon briefly, and they certainly piqued my interest. An interesting look at the conflict between man and nature from a unique perspective. There certainly seems to be the potential for some great stories here, and I am sure the split between Holland and Swampy will be enough to get the long-term readers to stick around. It adds an interesting spiritual element to the story to go with the familial and romantic aspects supplied by the daughter and the wife. What particularly impresses is the way Diggle takes every single person in this book and crafts them superbly. Even people like the motel owner, with barely three lines of dialogue, are made individual and developed. Just like The Losers, this is going to be another hit title for Diggle. In fact, it is a damn good book, even if it does sound like I am complaining! The bottom line is that if Vertigo wanted to gain a new reader for their new title then, in my case, they have failed. If Read Full Review

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