Swamp Thing #4

Writer: Andy Diggle Artist: Enrique Breccia Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: June 2, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1
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The uneasy truce between the Swamp Thing and his daughter Tefé finally explodes into all-out conflict. Nature is not human-hearted, and the Earth Elemental will not allow his human heritage to stand in the way of his ascension to godhood. But John Constantine has plans of his own-plans which are personified by the shambling zombie of the man formerly known as Alec Holland.

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    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Jun 8, 2004

    Diggle is drawing from the work of Moore, Veitch, Collins, Millar and Vaughan, all the eras of the past, to create this latest chapter in the saga. Breccia, on the macabre scale, is easily as creepy as Bissette and Totleben; the final splash page is both goofy and horrifying. Next month: when monsters clash! Read Full Review

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