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Bill Willinghams Blog - CBRs Top Ten Vertigo Titles of All Time - December 08, 2012 07:53

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SWAMP THING: The Existential Horror of The Anatomy Lesson

Saga of the Swamp Thing Vol.1

Not only had the series earned mostly favorable reviews at the time its cancellation was announced, the second episode of the series had yet to air on DC's streaming service, leaving fans to wonder what possibly could've already gone wrong enough to justify cutting the show loose. So why was it canceled? There's no clear word on the official reason for the cancellation just yet, and there have been plenty of conflicting reports at least one of which has been debunked. The first sign that the series was in trouble came even before the first episode aired on DC Universe. Neither did a now-deleted Instagram post from one of the series' cast members. What a terrible decision.

This is something of a surprise, given the liberties that the show had taken with its source material. Despite changing the backgrounds of many classic Swamp Thing characters from the comics so as to justify their being connected to the town of Marais, Louisiana, the series has remained remarkably true to the spirit of those characters and the comics' base storyline. While the Abby Arcane of the comics was a Transylvanian noblewoman who ran a medical clinic for the small village her family ruled for generations rather than a doctor employed by the CDC, she is still a compassionate young woman who sees the nobility behind Swamp Thing's monstrous form. Likewise, Avery Sunderland may not be the captain of industry he was in the original comics, but the show's take on the character is still a scoundrel ruled by his greedy impulses, even if he never progressed beyond running one small town as his personal kingdom. Jason Woodrue, who was also responsible for creating the biological accelerator that Dr. Alec Holland discovered in the swamps around Marais. Abby Arcane had theorized that the accelerator had somehow merged with the wounded Holland's body after one of Sunderland's minions tried to kill him for knowing too much.

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The fictional character the Swamp Thing has appeared in five American comic book series to date, including several specials, and has crossed over into other DC Comics titles. The series found immense popularity upon its s debut and during the mid-late s under Alan Moore , Steve Bissette , and John Totleben. These eras were met with high critical praise and numerous awards. However, over the years, the Swamp Thing comics have suffered from low sales which have resulted in numerous series cancellations and revivals. The first Swamp Thing series ran for 24 issues, from to Len Wein was the writer for the first 13 issues before David Michelinie and Gerry Conway finished up the series.

Horror awaits. Much like in this new promotional image, the cover for Swamp Thing 28 sees the creature carrying the skeletal remains of Alec Holland, Swamp Thing's former self. The issue itself revolves around the iconic green elemental searching the swamp that birthed him for Holland's corpse, so that he may give it a proper burial. Moreover, the solemn look on the creatures face suggests that his intentions are also similar to Moore wrote over three decades ago in his classic run on the series. We and our trusted partners use cookies and tracking technologies to create custom content for your enjoyment and to provide advertising in line with your interests. We respect your privacy and we are committed to safeguarding your privacy while online at our site.

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  1. 1 6 (): Created out of the Swamp by a freak accident, Inspired by the creation of writer Len Wein and artist Berni Wrightson, Alan Moore took the Swamp Thing to new heights in the s with CBR and/or.

  2. 2 #1 - + Annuals () FREE Comics Download on CBR CBZ Format. debut and during the mid-late s under Alan Moore, Steve Bissette, However, over the years, Swamp Thing comics have suffered from.

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