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Swamp Thing (1985) - HC vol. 05
"Book Five"
Vertigo (DC Comics)


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Editor(s):
Karen Berger
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John T. Totleben
 

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Cover Date: September 2011
Cover Price: US $ 24.99

Issue Tagline: From the Award-Winning Writer of Watchmen

Format: Color; Hardcover; 168 pages

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Reprints/Collects:
Swamp Thing (1985) #51
Swamp Thing (1985) #52
Swamp Thing (1985) #53
Swamp Thing (1985) #54
Swamp Thing (1985) #55
Swamp Thing (1985) #56

Notes:
Introduction by Stephen R. Bissette

The Saga of Swamp Thing Book Five

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"Home Free" - Edit this story

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Writer(s):
Alan Moore - 'Curt Vile / Jill Deray / The Original Writer'

Penciller(s):
Rick Veitch

Inker(s):
Alfredo P. Alcala - 'Christian Volt'

Editor(s):
Karen Berger

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Stephen R. 'Steve' Bissette

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Synopsis:
Swamp Thing is on his way home from a mission in another dimension. Abby Cable is sitting in prison, her public defender lets her know what she's being charged with. Abby is bailed out and has her preliminary hearing while Swamp Thing is still trying to return home. Abby jumps bail and heads to Gotham City, where she's arrested. Swamp Thing finds out and he's not too happy...

Notes:
Reprints Swamp Thing (1985) #51.

Moore used a few lines from Neil Gaiman's practice John Constantine story, "The Day My Pad Went Mad." (The Sandman Companion, p. 19)

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Alfredo P. Alcala - 'Christian Volt'

Editor(s):
Karen Berger

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Stephen R. 'Steve' Bissette

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Swamp Thing travels through The Green to Gotham City to find and retrieve Abby from jail. A shady, government-connected man wants Swamp Thing in connection with the murder of General Sunderland. Swamp Thing finds Abby and bursts into the court room during her arraignment hearing. He gives the authorities an ultimatum.

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Reprints Swamp Thing (1985) #52.

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"The Garden of Earthly Delights" - Edit this story

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Alan Moore - 'Curt Vile / Jill Deray / The Original Writer'

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John T. Totleben

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John T. Totleben

Editor(s):
Karen Berger

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Stephen R. 'Steve' Bissette

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Treasure Monroe
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Abby Cable is in jail in Gotham City. Swamp Thing has come to retrieve her. The authorities would not give her up, so he has covered the city in foliage of his own creation. The city is descending into chaos, so Batman is called in on the case. Batman and Swamp Thing battle. A deal is made, but someone isn't going to let it go down.

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Reprints Swamp Thing (1985) #53.

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Alan Moore - 'Curt Vile / Jill Deray / The Original Writer'

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Rick Veitch

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Alfredo P. Alcala - 'Christian Volt'

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Karen Berger

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Stephen R. 'Steve' Bissette

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Dennis Barclay
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Elizabeth Tremayne
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Dr. Dennis Barclay has become a survivalist, forcing his wife, former newscaster Elizabeth Tremayne, to extreme security measuures, believing that Sunderland is out to kill them. When Liz seeks the help of Abby Cable, Dennis stalks them in the swamp.

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Reprints Swamp Thing (1985) #54.

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Elizabeth Tremayne
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Gotham City holds a memorial for Swamp Thing.

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Reprints Swamp Thing (1985) #55.

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Alan Moore - 'Curt Vile / Jill Deray / The Original Writer'

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Rick Veitch

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Alfredo P. Alcala - 'Christian Volt'

Editor(s):
Karen Berger

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Stephen R. 'Steve' Bissette

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Matthew Cable
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Swamp Thing had to flee Earth. He randomly ended up on a blue planet. What will he do cut off from "The Green"? He learns to control the natural aspects of this new planet as he did plant life on Earth. He goes so far as to create a little town and some friends for himself. But, he knows it isn't real, and maybe it isn't right...

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Reprints Swamp Thing (1985) #56.

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