Swamp Thing (1982 2nd Series) Annual comic books
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- Paper: White
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- Paper: White
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- Label #1618462028
Movie adaptation Cover price $1.00.
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- Signed by writer Alan Moore (splash) with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.
"Down amongst the dead men". Part 4 of 4. Story continues from Swamp Thing #31. Story by Alan Moore. Story and cover pencils by Stephen Bissette. Story and cover inks by John Totleben. Abigail Arcanes soul has been condemned to Hell by her uncle Anton. Swamp Things mission is to get it back. Along the way he will need the assistance of Deadman, The Phantom Stranger, The Spectre, and Etrigan the Demon. He will also discover a lot about the true meaning of damnation. 48 pages. Full color. Cover price $1.25.
Cover by Brian Bolland. "Distant cousins". Story by Rick Veitch. Pencils by Rick Veitch, Shaun Mcmanus, Jim Fern, and Stan Woch. Inks by Tom Yeates. Monsieur Mallah. Sam Simeon. BWana Beast. Congorilla. Gorilla Boss. Yes, things go ape as Gorilla Grodd takes control of DCs simian characters, causing them to try to free him from imprisonment in Gorilla City. He causes his own problems however when his tampering with nature attracts the attention of the Swamp Thing. 48 pages. Full color. Cover price $2.00.
When Gothamites start suffering from a mysterious ailment, Batman goes in search of Swamp Thing for some answers in "Threads". Script by Stephen R. Bissette, pencils by Pat Broderick, inks by Ron Randall and Eduardo Barreto. Cameos by Commissioner Gordon, Harvey Bullock, Poison Ivy. Bonus 'Private Lives' tale: Etienne Pitrie stars in "Traiteur" by Bissette and artist Mike Hoffman. 48 pages of stories. John Totleben cover. Cover price $2.00.
"Shaggy Good Stories" written by Neil Gaiman with art by Mike Mignola. re-introduces Brother Power, the Geek (1st app since 1968); Batman cameo Cover price $2.95.
An exciting new creative team arrives to usher Swamp Thing into the '90s. Swamp Thing, Abby and Tefe return to the Louisiana bayou to reacquaint themselves with friends...and find that a bizarre creature composed of the bodies of four cruelly murdered people stalks Houma. Written by award-winning horror novelist Nancy A. Collins, with art by Bill Jaaska and Rick Bryant. Painted cover by John Higgins. 68 pages. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $2.95.
Continued from Animal Man Annual (1993) #1. When Swamp Thing's daughter, Tefe, is drawn into the Free Country, she finds a wonderland teeming with adventure and horror. To return home alive, Tefe must rely on the aid of Animal Man's daughter, Maxine, though the experience will change Tefe forever. Written by Nancy A. Collins, with art by Mark Buckingham. This Annual also includes two short back-ups by Collins: "Rise and Fall," which reveals the final fate of Tefe's dancing daisy playmates, with art by Dennis Cramer; and "Beauty and the Beast," a retelling of the classic fairy tale with art by Phil Hester and Kim DeMulder. THE CHILDREN'S CRUSADE continues in Doom Patrol (1987) Annual #2. Painted cover by Charles Vess. 68 pages. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $3.95.