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Read & Download Regenesis Swamp Thing Vol 7 Swamp Thing Graphic Novels è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ê After his joyful reunion with his beloved Abby SWAMP THING once known as Alec Holland must now face the conseuences of his long journey through space A new Swamp Thing is beConseuences of his long journey through space A new Swamp Thing is being born and the old must make a de. Rick Veitch does his level best to live up to the mantle handed to him by Alan Moore but who the fuck wants to follow that guyI haven't written hugely about these stories but suffice to say that they woke my environmental side the Moore run of titles when I first read them in the 80s and it's sadly not surprising that the themes in those books are still relevant even so

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After his joyful reunion with his beloved Abby SWAMP THING once known as Alec Holland must now face the. Pretty good followup to Moore Abby is not written as well but that's almost expected This is all about rebirth and replacement which fits well considering Moore had made the series one of the best while he was on it Fantastic art again and some truly cathRtic moments namely Alec destroying the parliament of trees and him and Abby having an amazing sexhallucination scene Glad this is still in line with the previous tone

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Regenesis Swamp Thing Vol 7 Swamp Thing Graphic NovelsCision destroy it and maintain his supremacy or allow it to be born and risk the destruction of the Gree. As I noted in my review of the first volume of Scott Snyder's New 52 reboot of the character I am a huge fan of Swamp Thing I was initially exposed to the original Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson run in Swedish translation in a DC anthology title and I have also revisited this in English; I was buying the American comicbook through the Vertigo years or less with some back issue hunting from the start of Nancy A Collins magnificent run and through the Mark Millar run begun with a splendid if brief collaboration with Grant Morrison; and of course the trade paperbacks of Alan Moore's phenomenal run found their way into my at hands along that route tooHowever for one reason or another I never got around to picking up the three volumes collecting at least the beginning and arguably bulk of Rick Veitch post Moore run that follows immediately after the Moore volumes; and then when I wanted to the first of the three was out of print and excruciatingly hard to track down I still have not succeeded But having obtained the second and third volume I was happy to discover that my local library actually have the first one allowing me to read these issues in order without a substantial and initial gapSo what do I think Well first off I have to say that it has been a while since I read the Moore run and unlike the Wein and Wrightson material it is not really something I have revisited; so my memory of plot details and story arcs there is sadly a bit murky in than a few places And I felt this when starting this one That said Veitch uickly brings me back into Swamp Thing's world and expands and plays around with what he and Moore had been at work with prior to this point It is an arc about a Swamp Thing returning to Earth in order to find his place and navigate between uestions of love Abby and responsibilities the Parliament of Trees and this arc really continues directly into the following volumeAll in all it is very good read and an interesting take on the continued narrative of the character