Swamp Thing, Vol. 2: Love in Vain

Swamp Thing Vol Love in Vain Book by Joshua Dysart

  • Title: Swamp Thing, Vol. 2: Love in Vain
  • Author: Joshua Dysart Enrique Breccia Timothy Green II
  • ISBN: 9781401204938
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • Book by Joshua Dysart

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      Published :2019-09-25T21:45:46+00:00

    1 thought on “Swamp Thing, Vol. 2: Love in Vain”

    1. The second volume of the Third Swamp Thing run skips over a few issues and settles on author Joshua Dysart's first issue to start this collection. Dysart had a good book over on the updated Unknown Soldier, which takes place in a war-ravaged African nation, so I had high hopes here. No such luck.There are two stories here. The first deals with the return of Anton Arcane to plague the newly "reborn" Swamp Thing. A woman in the swamps of Louisiana knows some juju and conjures up a man to make her [...]

    2. Love in Vain (9-12). So this is the new Swamp Thing status quo. Swampy is mucky, but still has some powers of the Green. Tefe is powerless, but still rebellious and fun. Abby has moved on. Unfortunately, I don't think you could have a more stereotypical Swamp Thing comic. I mean, the whole Abby-has-moved on alone has been done way too many times, but the main plot of Arcane returned and on the run from Hell feels like every other Arcane story either.It's a pity, because the writing is sharp, and [...]

    3. definitely stronger than the first volume in terms of plot, but still rather convoluted and i don't like what dysart has done with abby and tefe for the most part. but anton arcane and the legions of hell are back and that always makes for some seriously gruesome and disturbing reading. some might flinch at antone and josephine (the stuff of nightmares), but maybe i've just grown immune to it. i was more put off by some lousy artwork. the demons and creatures are all rendered wonderfully, but th [...]

    4. The art and writing merge to create one of the more gory and disturbing ST stories ever committed to print. Features a great return of a classic villain. The last chapter is a standalone piece, but is equally disturbing in its message. The last page haunts.

    5. I've never read a Swamp Thing comic before. I really really wanted to like it, because I love the idea of Swamp Thing, but I found the art lacking and the story a bit rushed and confusing. I'll have to try some of Moore's Swamp Thing. I've heard good things about it.

    6. I believe I am coming to love Swamp Thing, this one is a much better one than the one I own (Library book). Swamp Thing has more depth it seems, it's not just a monster-horror comic. There's magic, grizzly and often gory art work, but at the same time it has heart.

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