Swamp Thing, Vol. 3: Healing the Breach

Joshua Dysart Enrique Breccia Ronald Wimberly Richard Corben

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Swamp Thing, Vol. 3: Healing the Breach

Swamp Thing Vol Healing the Breach SWAMP THING HEALING THE BREACH continues the collection of Vertigo s newest incarnation of the Avatar of the Green With the consciousness of Alec Holland still separated from its former host and scatt

  • Title: Swamp Thing, Vol. 3: Healing the Breach
  • Author: Joshua Dysart Enrique Breccia Ronald Wimberly Richard Corben
  • ISBN: 9781401209346
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Paperback
  • SWAMP THING HEALING THE BREACH continues the collection of Vertigo s newest incarnation of the Avatar of the Green With the consciousness of Alec Holland still separated from its former host and scattered throughout the world, the Swamp Thing must face a new threat which is manifesting itself inside a growing dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico and contend with the gradualSWAMP THING HEALING THE BREACH continues the collection of Vertigo s newest incarnation of the Avatar of the Green With the consciousness of Alec Holland still separated from its former host and scattered throughout the world, the Swamp Thing must face a new threat which is manifesting itself inside a growing dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico and contend with the gradual reassembly of the Holland mind and the pain of reintegration that its completion promises.

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      Published :2019-02-23T06:57:53+00:00

    One thought on “Swamp Thing, Vol. 3: Healing the Breach

    1. Shannon Appelcline on said:

      The main story in this volume, "Healing the Breach" (15-18) has some very interesting backstory on Alec (and Linda!) that strongly places them in a historical time period and that does a great job of characterizing them. It's also terrific to see a new character from their ancient past, something that's almost never been done in the Swamp Thing comic. Unfortunately, the present-day storyline of this story is almost entirely incomprehensible. There's a dead spot in the Gulf of Mexico and stuff.T [...]

    2. M on said:

      Joshua Dysart continues the adventures of the Vertigo line Swamp Thing in its third volume. Separated from the Alec Holland consciousness, Swamp Thing now seeks a quiet oblivion. While the mental aspect of Holland takes root (literally) in Alec's former professor Jordan Schiller, the physical manifestation of the Green must contend with a bio-mechanical menace in the Louisiana bayou. Dropping into this volume without the previous collections does leave one shell-shocked at the odd plot; moving t [...]

    3. Boots on said:

      just don't know what to say about this series under dysart. there are shades of what i remember and love about swamp thing from the past, but every page feels labored. the art continues to be atrocious and the plotting is like a pale shadow of what moore began all those years agoops for trying, but it just doesn't work. swamp thing's journey is convoluted; he spends too much time moping and frankly, i can't remember what the problem with the green is anymore, let alone do i care whether it gets [...]

    4. Ezra on said:

      Dysart is a great writer. His Swamp Thing explores genetically modified crops and large agribusinesses. It's a great read.

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