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    Reviews - The Saga of Swamp Thing - #21

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10/10 - Johnny Darkness
Unlike the other reviewer, I'm glad Swamp Thing kept going after Moore's run. But his era was the best.



The Revisionary Super-Hero. Year one - Calib@n
It all starts here. Strictly speaking Swamp Thing is not a superhero but Geoff Klock's theory of the revised central character had possibly its first example in this book. Alan Moore saw that the Swamp Thing's quest to restore his humanity was pointless as it would just destroy the book, so at a stroke he altered the character's origin and set the tone for one of the great comic-books of the 80s. Seek out the issues or the TPBs of Moore's run. The story ended with issue 64 and really the book should have ended then.




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