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Saga of the Swamp Thing: Book Four [PDF] ✅ Saga of the Swamp Thing: Book Four Author Alan Moore – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Continuing the hardcover collection of master comics writer Alan Moore s award winning run on THE SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING, this fourth volume brings Swamp Thing s quest for self discovery with the mys Continuing the the Swamp PDF/EPUB ä hardcover collection of master comics writer Alan Moore s award winning run on THE SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING, this fourth volume brings Swamp Thing s quest for self discovery with the mystic John Constantine Saga of PDF \ to its shattering conclusionA harbinger of doom has been released with the sole charge of waking an evil beyond comprehension, and Swamp Thing, John Constantine, Deadman, The Phantom Stranger, Etrigan the Demon, The Spectre and other masters of of the Swamp eBook ☆ the occult must unite against the dark forces that threaten to eradicate Heaven s light.


10 thoughts on “Saga of the Swamp Thing: Book Four

  1. Alejandro Alejandro says:

    A truly masterpiece This Hardcover edition collects Swamp Thing 43 50.Creative Team Writer Alan MooreIllustrators Stephen Bissette, John Totleben Stan Woch THE WRITING FLOURISHES In this fourth hardcover edition you will find easily many of the best stories of the amazing run by Alan Moore on Swamp Thing.The famous story like The Parliament of the Trees which is one of the treasures in the history of comic books.Also, you will have here The End where a whole cast of guest charac A truly masterpiece This Hardcover edition collects Swamp Thing 43 50.Creative Team Writer Alan MooreIllustrators Stephen Bissette, John Totleben Stan Woch THE WRITING FLOURISHES In this fourth hardcover edition you will find easily many of the best stories of the amazing run by Alan Moore on Swamp Thing.The famous story like The Parliament of the Trees which is one of the treasures in the history of comic books.Also, you will have here The End where a whole cast of guest characters will help Swamp Thing against a threat of colossal proportions.You will be delighted too by such wonderful self contained tales like Windfall that proves that Swamp Thing, under the creative writing of Alan Moore is a character so great that even a fragment of his can make a priceless story that it can be as scary as lovely at the same time Ghost Dance is also other awesome ghost story where character development and plot exploit met in the middle of their own paths merging in a perfect way And my favorite story of this fourth hardcover volume is Bogeymen , maybe it s not the most known of the bunch that you d find in this edition, and certainly while it s a totally scary tale, you may think that it isn t that good story, BUT what really impressed me about it was that it s the base it was written first for another excellent scary story that you can find in a whole different saga, The Sandman, in the tale Collectors by Neil Gaiman close friend of Alan Moore , right in the middle of the Hell s House storyline A real tribute of a writer to another, that only you d realize if you have read both stories on each sagas.Definitely, the seed of the saga of Swamp Thing flourished and you can enjoy the fruit of it


  2. Dan Schwent Dan Schwent says:

    Saga of the Swamp Thing Book Four collects Saga of the Swamp Thing 43 50.In this volume, we finally find out what Constantine was grooming Swamp Thing for and it s a big hairy deal A secret society is bent on summoning an ancient force to destroy heaven There s also a junkie that finds one of Swamp Thing s tubers, a serial killer, the sprawling mansion of a firearms heiress, and Swamp Thing learnsof his heritage.Alan Moore gets some serious mileage out of the Swamp Thing in every outin Saga of the Swamp Thing Book Four collects Saga of the Swamp Thing 43 50.In this volume, we finally find out what Constantine was grooming Swamp Thing for and it s a big hairy deal A secret society is bent on summoning an ancient force to destroy heaven There s also a junkie that finds one of Swamp Thing s tubers, a serial killer, the sprawling mansion of a firearms heiress, and Swamp Thing learnsof his heritage.Alan Moore gets some serious mileage out of the Swamp Thing in every outing and this volume is no different The Parliament of Trees is introduced, Crisis is touched upon, and even Mento gets his time in the sun as all of DC s occult characters unite to fight a menace older than time.I m impressed that with all the shifting artists in Moore s run that the series manages to maintain a unified feel In this volume, art is handled by Stephen Bissette, John Totleben, Stan Woch, Rick Veitch, Alfredo Alcala, Ron Randall, and Tom Mandrake.Alan Moore delivers the goods as far as big confrontations go At times, the final battle reminded me of one of the Doctor Who specials where multiple Doctors team up to face some universe threatening villain I m running out of ways to praise Alan Moore s run Aside from Abbie Cable not doing much, the only thing I can gripe about is how out of place Batman was in the Bogey Man issue, although Batman not remembering being at Elasti Girl and Mento s wedding was kind of funny.I m both excited to read the next volume and sad that I only have two volumes left Alan Moore created a generational work with Swamp Thing I can t recommend it enough


  3. David Schaafsma David Schaafsma says:

    Worth waiting for This one contains some of the best stories in the series, with maybe one award winning story in particular to highlight A lot of stuff is happening in this volume, but the resolution of the John Constantine trip across Amerika Moore called it American Gothic, and talked about it as a kind of Ramsey Campbell version of Easy Rider, a real horror show is Ghost Dance, inspired by a story he had heard of the horrific existence of Sarah Winchester yes, that Winchester, of Worth waiting for This one contains some of the best stories in the series, with maybe one award winning story in particular to highlight A lot of stuff is happening in this volume, but the resolution of the John Constantine trip across Amerika Moore called it American Gothic, and talked about it as a kind of Ramsey Campbell version of Easy Rider, a real horror show is Ghost Dance, inspired by a story he had heard of the horrific existence of Sarah Winchester yes, that Winchester, of the rifle family fame who was haunted by the ghosts of all the millions of people killed by her family s guns Moore, never one to shy away from a conflict, takes on the NRA and America s love affair with gun violence Imagine, this is a story told in 1986, thirty years ago Before the weekly American school public place killings The backlash was huge then, and would be huger now for his stand against guns Because there s a constitutional right, Alan, don t ya know, the right to bear arms, even in kindergarten Amazing story Moore has in mind social horror, to help us think about the nature of horror and man s inhumanity to man What are monsters werewolves, zombies, chthulu, ghosts How are creatures of the imagination scarier than the horrors we have created for ourselves serial killing, killing the environment, slavery In a pulpy story of a swamp creature, there s terrible things, but then we have The Swamp Thing, who looks scary, but is associated with magic and sex and love and the regenerative power of green Like Glynda, the white witch of the North, the folk healer


  4. Bradley Bradley says:

    Fascinating battle and a crossover event that didn t suck Or did it I mean the final meeting with the Parliament of Trees was cool for happening, but it wasn t really satisfying The gathering storm of Crisis, pulling together all the magical types and all of heaven and hell and space and time, culminated in what What did I just read here There were tragic deaths and a conflict that even laid the Spectre low And it was freaking resolved with a view spoiler Handshake hide spoiler Fascinating battle and a crossover event that didn t suck Or did it I mean the final meeting with the Parliament of Trees was cool for happening, but it wasn t really satisfying The gathering storm of Crisis, pulling together all the magical types and all of heaven and hell and space and time, culminated in what What did I just read here There were tragic deaths and a conflict that even laid the Spectre low And it was freaking resolved with a view spoiler Handshake hide spoiler Please.And yet with that freaking ending, I m still of two minds The resolution is satisfying on a deep level, but for myvisceral feels, I feel damn cheated Good Job saving the day, Greenie Way to use your indecision WISELY lolI sound as if I m unhappy about this comic, but I m not Not really I was fully invested even when I was horrified by what happened to Abs What the hell, people We need to lock away Lois for her thing with that freaking alien, too Consorting with unnatural types and all Eeek What freaking horrible laws If a girl wants to get it on with a vegetable, why can t she Sheesh


  5. Sesana Sesana says:

    Mostly outstanding, with what may be some of the best issues yet The overarching story that was begun in the last collection is mostly resolved here It does sort of tie into Crisis on Infinite Earths, but in a very roundabout way view spoiler Swamp Thing s unease around Alexander Luthor is hilarious in hindsight, though there s no way Moore could have known what would eventually happen with him hide spoiler Instead, Swamp Thing, Constantine, and a host of DC s magically oriented chara Mostly outstanding, with what may be some of the best issues yet The overarching story that was begun in the last collection is mostly resolved here It does sort of tie into Crisis on Infinite Earths, but in a very roundabout way view spoiler Swamp Thing s unease around Alexander Luthor is hilarious in hindsight, though there s no way Moore could have known what would eventually happen with him hide spoiler Instead, Swamp Thing, Constantine, and a host of DC s magically oriented characters band together to stop an ancient evil force Unfortunately, it was this part that started to drag The stand alone stories that took up most of the first half were far better, and intensely creepy Boogeyman and Ghost Dance werethan worth the price of admission, and good enough by far to overcome the underwhelming and sometimes overcrowded Big Event


  6. Printable Tire Printable Tire says:

    This started out great like the others ones but I gotta say I got nervous when it entered Crisis of Multiple Crossovers territory however it s the mark of a great comic book writer to handle obnoxious marketing schemes with charm re Morrison in Animal Man and Moore goes even further by adding his own impressive potions to the big party I m also not too too much of a fan of cataclysmic happenings easy heightened suspense, but where s the story going to go afterwards and my interest an This started out great like the others ones but I gotta say I got nervous when it entered Crisis of Multiple Crossovers territory however it s the mark of a great comic book writer to handle obnoxious marketing schemes with charm re Morrison in Animal Man and Moore goes even further by adding his own impressive potions to the big party I m also not too too much of a fan of cataclysmic happenings easy heightened suspense, but where s the story going to go afterwards and my interest and admiration was tested occasionally within the exposition issues, though honestly a lot of the urgency building up with the past score of issues was lost on me because I read the last volume so long ago, and have forgotten past events or they re all muddled with the Constantine comic book in my head nonetheless, I enjoyed the concluding chapter of this volume, where Moore evokes I think Arthurian elements and Children s Book language to great effect So much effect I was practically misting up by the end, though any work of art movie, book or otherwise seems to have that effect on me if I commit to it early in the day At any rate, a bang up job again, though I am interested in where this story will go from here Also good use of the Winchester Mystery House in one story Oh yeah, and the art is awesome as always This book wouldn t be half as good if the art sucked, as it probably would if it came out now


  7. Allie Allie says:

    Swamp Thing is a badass I can t believe everybody isn t talking about him He s kind of like a zen Hulk Kind of I always love graphic novel cameos This one had plenty Very very cool.


  8. Matt Matt says:

    I just can t get enough of Alan Moore I ve never read anything of his that hasn t changed my world From Hell is still probably my favorite, but Watchmen, V for Vendetta, and now Swamp Thing the man is flawless I m pretty sure this is my first five star book in a long while, and I m glad I haven t given anything else five stars because of how it would cheapen the ranking of this books Looking over the last few volumes, you ll see that I gave it 3s and 4s, and that s largely because Alan Mo I just can t get enough of Alan Moore I ve never read anything of his that hasn t changed my world From Hell is still probably my favorite, but Watchmen, V for Vendetta, and now Swamp Thing the man is flawless I m pretty sure this is my first five star book in a long while, and I m glad I haven t given anything else five stars because of how it would cheapen the ranking of this books Looking over the last few volumes, you ll see that I gave it 3s and 4s, and that s largely because Alan Moore should really not be reviewed on an episodic basis The man is a master at tying it all together at the end, and that makes the previous work in the series appear better in retrospect.I feel like I don t want to reveal anyabout it, except to say that this comic book about a swamp monster can change the way you see the world Fucking read it


  9. John Burns John Burns says:

    I prefer the small, self contained, unconventional little stories in this saga The big, horror drenched epic battle of good and evil that dominates most of this volume is typical of the kind of swamp thing stories that i find the least compelling Hopefully the next volume will investinto invention and feeling rather than just sheer scale like this one did.


  10. Morgan Morgan says:

    Giving this four stars still, but this volume was as greatI think I like the last two issues a lot though DC does magic occult stuff well.


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