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Swamp Thing (1985) #61

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2011-11-09 17:23:02 mikebo Synopsis Swamp Thing arrives on J586, not realizing that all plant life is sentient, he builds his humanoid form from a mass of people's bodies, and since the majority feel a panic, he goes on a rampage. Medphyll, this world's Green Lantern, releases the people one by one, then allows Swamp Thing to posess the body of his recently deceased master to learn of a cure. In an epilogue, Adam Strange gives Abby Swamp Thing's message, but she writes him off as a kook, and Chester as a fellow psychotropic drug user. Swamp Thing arrives on J586, not realizing that all plant life is sentient, he builds his humanoid form from a mass of people's bodies, and since the majority feel a panic, he goes on a rampage. Medphyll, this world's Green Lantern, releases the people one by one, then allows Swamp Thing to possess the body of his recently deceased master to learn of a cure. In an epilogue, Adam Strange gives Abby Swamp Thing's message, but she writes him off as a kook, and Chester as a fellow psychotropic drug user.
2010-11-28 12:59:44 swamptours Added Creator Tatjana Wood
2010-11-28 12:59:44 swamptours Added Creator John Costanza
2010-11-28 12:59:44 swamptours Added Creator Karen Berger
2010-11-28 12:59:44 swamptours Added Creator Stephen R. Bissette
2009-07-01 16:04:58 scottandrewhutchins Synopsis Swamp Thing arrives on J586, not realizing that all plant life is sentient, he builds his humanoid form from a pass of people's bodies, and since the majority feel a panic, he goes on a rampage. Medphyll, this world's Green Lantern, releases the people one by one, then allows Swamp Thing to posess the body of his recently deceased master to learn of a cure. In an epilogue, Adam Strange gives Abby Swamp Thing's message, but she writes him off as a kook, and Chester as a fellow psychotropic drug user. Swamp Thing arrives on J586, not realizing that all plant life is sentient, he builds his humanoid form from a mass of people's bodies, and since the majority feel a panic, he goes on a rampage. Medphyll, this world's Green Lantern, releases the people one by one, then allows Swamp Thing to posess the body of his recently deceased master to learn of a cure. In an epilogue, Adam Strange gives Abby Swamp Thing's message, but she writes him off as a kook, and Chester as a fellow psychotropic drug user.
2009-07-01 12:01:03 scottandrewhutchins Synopsis Swamp Thing arrives on J586, not realizing that all plant life is sentient, he builds his humanoid form from a pass of people's bodies, and since the majority feel a panic, he goes on a rampage. Medphyll, this world's Green Lantern, releases the people one by one, then allows Swamp Thing to posess the body of his recently deceased master to learn of a cure. In an epilogue, Adam Strange gives Abby Swamp Thing's message, but she rights him off as a kook, and Chester as a fellow psychotropic drug user. Swamp Thing arrives on J586, not realizing that all plant life is sentient, he builds his humanoid form from a pass of people's bodies, and since the majority feel a panic, he goes on a rampage. Medphyll, this world's Green Lantern, releases the people one by one, then allows Swamp Thing to posess the body of his recently deceased master to learn of a cure. In an epilogue, Adam Strange gives Abby Swamp Thing's message, but she writes him off as a kook, and Chester as a fellow psychotropic drug user.
2009-07-01 12:00:13 scottandrewhutchins Synopsis Swamp Thing arrives on J586, not realizing that all plant life is sentient, he builds his humanoid form from a pass of people's bodies, and since the majority feel a panic, he goes on a rampage. Medphyll, this world's Green Lantern, releases the people one by one, then allows Swamp Thing to posess the body of his recently deceased master to learn of a cure. In an epilogue, Adam Strange gives Abby Swamp Thing's message, but she rights him off as a kook, and Chester as a fellow psychotropic drug user.
2009-06-25 06:07:54 jjquantum Added Character Williams, Chester
2009-06-25 06:07:54 jjquantum Added Character Medphyll
2009-06-25 06:07:54 jjquantum Added Character Strange, Adam
2006-06-17 22:25:49 Jamescush Letter Column Swamp Things
2006-05-17 18:09:49 Skyhawke Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-05-17 18:09:49 Skyhawke Added Cover Added cover (large)

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