Swamp Thing

Swamp Thing

Volume 2, Family Tree

Book - 2013
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A New York Times Bestseller!

Alec Holland is back as the Swamp Thing, fully formed as the protector of The Green. Immediately upon his return, he must battle his way through the Bone Kingdom and The Rot to free his ally - and ex-girlfriend - Abigail Arcane. But will the cost of freeing her be...fighting her? Nothing, not even this titanic battle, will prepare Swampy for what he has to face next--a resurrected
and even more dangerous Anton Arcane!

BATMAN writer Scott Snyder and artist Yanick Paquette bring you one of the New 52's breakthrough titles with the classic DC mainstay, Swamp Thing!
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, 2013.
ISBN: 9781401238438
1401238432
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,chiefly col. ill. ;,26 cm
Alternative Title: Family Tree

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Mark_Daly Feb 03, 2015

Even more intense than Volume 1, the main story ends on a surprise when a guest star appears. This is followed by reprints of a zero issue and an annual that fill in some of the backstory.

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Keogh
Jul 02, 2013

Second volume in the New 52 reboot series. This one takes the hybrid hero and pits him against his opposite, a creature of death. As before, it probably helps your opinion of this book depending on if you're a fan. I'm not, and found the story and art rather like a drug experience. I think that can be chalked up to the character and premise; I've seen the creative team on other work, and never had problems with them in other occasions.

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JEarl
Jun 26, 2013

Liked the art better in volume one. The apperance of Animal Man was a cool suprise. Am reading Animal Man so the Rot fits in well here. Am waiting on Animal Man 2 so maybe Swamp Thing will show up there. Another great 52!

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