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Swamp Thing (1985) #92

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2011-04-18 08:46:56 scottandrewhutchins Notes "The Elemental War" in A HREF=">Firestorm #90-93 and featuring Swamp Thing takes place after this issue. "The Elemental War" in Firestorm #90-93 and featuring Swamp Thing takes place after this issue.
2011-04-18 08:46:14 scottandrewhutchins Notes "The Elemental War" in Firestorm #90-93 and featuring Swamp Thing takes place after this issue. "The Elemental War" in A HREF=">Firestorm #90-93 and featuring Swamp Thing takes place after this issue.
2011-04-18 08:00:10 scottandrewhutchins Synopsis While visiting the remains of Matt Cable, Swamp Thing finds that the water seeping into the mausoleum where Matt's ashes are kept are tainted with oil drilled from the Gulf of Mexico. A local Cajun gardener, Adras Moulton, loses his wife to natural causes and laments that not even the land is remaining because the oil drilling is causing the land to be slowly immersed, not like it was back in 1937 when Le Bon Gumbo (Alex Olsen), who had kept the land fresh and verdant, departed for Brazil. Using rope, he casts a hex that brings his wife back to life, as well as every French person who was alive prior to Olsen's departure, which John and Etienne mistake for the ghostly trappers that wives use to keep their men going to church on Sunday. Dorisca, Alec, and Labo convince Adras to take down the hex, which causes accidents, but returns the land to the heavily flooded state caused by Big Oil. While visiting the remains of Matt Cable, Swamp Thing finds that the water seeping into the mausoleum where Matt's ashes are kept are tainted with oil drilled from the Gulf of Mexico. A local Cajun gardener, Adras Moulton, loses his wife, Dorisca, to natural causes and laments that not even the land is remaining because the oil drilling is causing the land to be slowly immersed, not like it was back in 1937 when Le Bon Gumbo (Alex Olsen), who had kept the land fresh and verdant, departed for Brazil, people were friendlier, and there was limited influence from English-speaking culture. Using rope, he casts a hex that brings his wife back to life, as well as every French person who was alive prior to Olsen's departure, which John and Etienne mistake for the ghostly trappers that wives use to keep their men going to church on Sunday. Dorisca, Alec, and Labo convince Adras to take down the hex, which causes accidents, but returns the land to the heavily flooded state caused by Big Oil.
2011-04-18 07:59:00 scottandrewhutchins Synopsis While visiting the remains of Matt Cable, Swamp Thing finds that the water seeping into the mausoleum where Matt's ashes are kept are tainted with oil drilled from the Gulf of Mexico. A local Cajun gardener, Adras Moulton, loses his wife to natural causes and laments that not even the land is remaining because the oil drilling is causing the land to be slowly immersed, not like it was back in 1937 when Le Bon Gumbo (Alex Olsen), who had kept the land fresh and verdant, departed for Brazil. Using rope, he casts a hex that brings his wife back to life, as well as every French person who was alive prior to Olsen's departure, which John and Etienne mistake for the ghostly trappers that wives use o keep their men going to church on Sunday. Dorisca, Alec, and Labo convince Adras to take down the hex, which causes accidents, but returns the land to the heavily flooded state caused by Big Oil. While visiting the remains of Matt Cable, Swamp Thing finds that the water seeping into the mausoleum where Matt's ashes are kept are tainted with oil drilled from the Gulf of Mexico. A local Cajun gardener, Adras Moulton, loses his wife to natural causes and laments that not even the land is remaining because the oil drilling is causing the land to be slowly immersed, not like it was back in 1937 when Le Bon Gumbo (Alex Olsen), who had kept the land fresh and verdant, departed for Brazil. Using rope, he casts a hex that brings his wife back to life, as well as every French person who was alive prior to Olsen's departure, which John and Etienne mistake for the ghostly trappers that wives use to keep their men going to church on Sunday. Dorisca, Alec, and Labo convince Adras to take down the hex, which causes accidents, but returns the land to the heavily flooded state caused by Big Oil.
2011-04-18 07:57:36 scottandrewhutchins Synopsis While visiting the remains of Matt Cable, Swamp Thing finds the water seeping into the mausoleum where his ashes are kept are tainted with oil drilled from the Gulf of Mexico. A local Cajun gardener, Adras Moulton, loses his wife to natural causes and laments that not even the land is remaining because the oil drilling is causing the land to be slowly immersed, not like it was back in 1937 when Le Bon Gumbo (Alex Olsen), who had kept the land fresh and verdant, departed for Brazil. Using rope, he casts a hex that brings his wife back to life, as well as every French person who was alive prior to Olsen's departure, which John and Etienne mistake for the ghostly trappers that wives use o keep their men going to church on Sunday. Dorisca, Alec, and Labo convince Adras to take down the hex, which causes accidents, but returns the land to the heavily flooded state caused by Big Oil. While visiting the remains of Matt Cable, Swamp Thing finds that the water seeping into the mausoleum where Matt's ashes are kept are tainted with oil drilled from the Gulf of Mexico. A local Cajun gardener, Adras Moulton, loses his wife to natural causes and laments that not even the land is remaining because the oil drilling is causing the land to be slowly immersed, not like it was back in 1937 when Le Bon Gumbo (Alex Olsen), who had kept the land fresh and verdant, departed for Brazil. Using rope, he casts a hex that brings his wife back to life, as well as every French person who was alive prior to Olsen's departure, which John and Etienne mistake for the ghostly trappers that wives use o keep their men going to church on Sunday. Dorisca, Alec, and Labo convince Adras to take down the hex, which causes accidents, but returns the land to the heavily flooded state caused by Big Oil.
2011-04-18 07:56:29 scottandrewhutchins Synopsis While visiting the remains of Matt Cable, Swamp Thing finds the water seeping into the mausoleum where his ashes are kept are tainted with oil drilled from the Gulf of Mexico. A local Cajun gardener, Adras Moulton, loses his wife to natural causes and laments that not even the land is remaining because the oil drilling is causing the land to be slowly immersed, not like it was back in 1937 when Le Bon Gumbo (Alex Olsen), who had kept the land fresh and verdant, departed for Brazil. Using rope, he casts a hex that brings his wife back to life, as well as every French person who was alive prior to Olsen's departure, which John and Etienne mistake for the ghostly trappers that wives use o keep their men going to church on Sunday. Dorisca, Alec, and Labo convince Adras to take down the hex, which causes accidents, but returns the land to the heavily flooded state caused by Big Oil.
2011-04-18 07:45:40 scottandrewhutchins Added Character John (DC) (Swamp Thing)
2011-04-18 07:42:16 scottandrewhutchins Added Character Pitrie, Lucèsse
2011-04-18 07:42:16 scottandrewhutchins Added Character Moulton, Adras
2011-04-18 07:42:16 scottandrewhutchins Added Character Moulton, Dorisca
2011-04-17 03:13:58 scottandrewhutchins Added Character Pitrie, Etienne
2011-04-17 03:13:58 scottandrewhutchins Added Character Swamp Thing (01 - Alex Olsen)
2011-04-17 03:13:58 scottandrewhutchins Added Character Swamp Thing (06 - Tefé Holland)
2011-04-16 05:30:17 scottandrewhutchins Notes "The Elemental War" in Firestorm #90-93 and featuring Swamp Thing takes place after this issue.
2009-06-24 09:12:56 jjquantum Added Character Labo
2006-05-18 13:18:44 Skyhawke Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-05-18 13:18:44 Skyhawke Added Cover Added cover (large)

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