Swamp Thing, Vol. 3: The Curse by Alan Moore

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Title : Swamp Thing, Vol. 3: The Curse
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ISBN : 1563896974
Edition Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 pages


Alejandro rated it ★★★★★

April 03, 2016

Vertigo born here! This Hardcover Edition collects "Swamp Thing" #35-42. Creative Team: Writer: Alan Moore Illustrators: Stephen Bissette, Rick Veitch & Stan Woch ENTER: JOHN CONSTANTINE In this third volume of the saga of Swamp Thing, you will be witness of the birth of the Vertigo line of com...

Bradley rated it ★★★★★

February 08, 2017

The Swamp Thing is getting better now. A few stories kinda had me yawning, but most of them were fantastic. The most standout, at least for me, was The Curse. That one had me laughing out loud and fist pumping. This is the first one that I can say was truly brilliant. Woman Power!!! :) The close s...

David rated it ★★★★★

April 01, 2016

Why is it I have such a hard time getting into so many series??! But this was especially true for The Swamp Thing, which I only dragged myself into because 1) I am a fan of Alan Moore and because 2) GR friend Greg goaded me (gently) to read it. I read the first volume a couple years ago, saw the...

Kandice rated it ★★★★★

March 11, 2015

John Constantine! Did that come across as a squeal, because it was meant to. I love Constantine and he shows up in this volume. Make a girl happy! :D I could gush about this (really anything Moore touches) for quite a while, but don't need to. The stories inside were amazing. Alec learns just what...

Sesana rated it ★★★★☆

January 04, 2013

John Constantine has his first appearance in this volume, little more than a shadow of what he'd eventually develop into. Here, he's a mysterious figure who shows up unannounced to smirk cryptically at the main characters. Constantine aside, this looks to be the start of a larger overarching stor...

Brad rated it ★★★★☆

October 27, 2017

While Book Three of Saga of the Swamp Thing doesn't include my favourite Swamp Thing moment (that has to be Abby and the Swamp Thing's consummation in Book Two) nor my favourite Swamp Thing arc (that is still the Floronic Man Green vs. Red arc from Book One), it is, perhaps, the most consistently...

Hilary rated it ★★★★★

April 17, 2018

The Swamp Thing has fully shed its past and the complicated threads of Alec Holland's old life. What has been born now is something different from before - the story of a girl in love with a monster, or rather, a plant. Here is the richness of the swamp in all of its glory, and the Swamp Thing be...

Ritinha rated it ★★★★☆

September 05, 2017

Gavin rated it ★★★★☆

August 18, 2013

This third Volume of the Swamp Thing Saga runs back into the horror vein, but still is very high quality work and very much a book about humanity and the fears and things that scare us and motivate us. This is also one that examines social issues, with stories about Toxic Waste, Women's Rights, R...

Jbainnz rated it ★★★★★

April 13, 2015

SWAMP THING IS FREAKIN AMAZING!!!!! I really do love this series. And like most of the reviews on here point out, this features the first appearance of John Constantine. In some ways this volume reminded me a lot of Original Sins, although I'm more fond of Alan Moore's work than Delano's. This had...

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