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Alan Moore is perhaps the most acclaimed writer in the graphic story medium, having garnered countless awards for works such as WATCHMEN, V FOR VENDETTA, SWAMP THING and MIRACLEMAN. He is also the mastermind behind the America's Best Comics line, through which he has created (along with many talented illustrators) THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN, PROMETHEA, TOM STRONG, TOMORROW STORIES and TOP TEN. As one of the medium's most important innovators since the early 1980s, Moore has influenced an entire generation of comics creators, and his work continues to inspire an ever-growing audience.

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Things Go Better With Swamp Thing 15. Februar 2012
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The Saga of the Swamp Thing Volume 6: written by Alan Moore, Steve Bissette, and Rick Veitch; illustrated by Rick Veitch, Steve Bissette, John Totleben, Alfredo Alcala, and Tom Yeates (1986-87; collected 2011): And so Alan Moore's time as writer of DC's Saga of the Swamp Thing comes to an end after four years and nearly 50 issues'-worth of adventures. When he took over with issue 20, Moore was a British comic-book writer making his American debut. When he finished, he was the most praised writer of mainstream comic books in North America.

Swamp Thing's space odyssey continues, as the muck-encrusted Plant Elemental desperately seeks a way back to Earth and the arms of his beloved Abby. Meanwhile, on Earth, Abby believes Swamp Thing to be dead and starts to gradually move on with her life. Yes, they are literally star-crossed lovers.

The move into space brings Swamp Thing into contact (and occasionally conflict) with some of DC's Silver Age space characters, most notably Earth hero Adam Strange and a couple of really jerky Hawkpeople from Hawkman's planet of Thanagar. Swamp Thing also encounters a creepy machine entity in an artistic tour-de-force for Totleben, who illustrates an entire issue in the sort of heavy-duty collage that really does have to be seen to be appreciated, an issue that also allows Moore to cut loose with a long burst of prose-poetry meant to show the alien-ness of the issue's narrator, a world-sized machine intelligence pining for love in the lonely abyss of space.

Swamp Thing also encounters some of Jack Kirby's New Gods in an issue written by Veitch, one that showcases the more satiric, blackly comic and irreverent Swamp Thing that Veitch would be writing a lot more of when he took over from Moore as Saga writer with issue 65. Bissette's first full script sees Abby back on Earth encountering a character from the very beginnings of Swamp Thing back in the early 1970's, when it was written by Len Wein and illustrated by Bernie Wrightson. And there's a Green Lantern to be met before our hero returns home and Moore's stint as writer concludes with the lovely, elegaic "Return of the Good Gumbo." It was one hell of a ride.
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Truly excellent end to Alan Moore's run on Swamp Thing! 25. November 2011
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What can I say about this collection and Alan Moore that hasn't been said a million times already? This entire Swamp Thing collection is excellent and reminds me what it was like when I was younger and comic books were actually good! That feeling of not being able to wait for the next issue to come out is something that comics have completely lost in today's event-driven shock-and-awe comic publishing world.

I have given up on DC Comics as of their ridiculous reboot, but I will continue to purchase these excellent collections from a bygone era. I really hate to see the end of the Alan Moore run on this series.

If you want to read a stories that show what graphic storytelling CAN be at it's finest, purchase this entire series!!!

Highest possible recommendation!!!
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Swamp Thing reaches the end of autumn. 2. Juni 2014
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After six large volumes comprising over 40 comic issues, Alan Moore's time as writer of Swamp Thing comes to a close. This series has reached epic heights, run into some occasional rough patches, and now finally ends as well as any long running issue can be expected to.

Swamp Thing's journey across space brings him into contact with a number of familiar faces in the DC universe, including the Thanagarians and the green lantern corps. While one issue in this volume didn't quite work (and that was more of an issue of weird-even-by-Moore-standards rather than actually being badly written) it's amazing to see how easily Swamp Thing slips into all these chunks of the DCU. One of the most impressive things about this volume is how well it sets itself up for future conflict and yet still manages to feel complete. DC could have ended this series here and no one would have blinked.

If you haven't already bought the rest of the volumes in this series, please do so. Then you can read this conclusion.
A nice book-end to the Moore saga... 19. März 2013
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Alan Moore took Swamp Thing to a whole new level and whole new world (literally) than the character had been before. The entire epic, but especially this book had a unique take on the character and bringing him outside of his normal stomping grounds in the DCU.
Enjoyable to serious fans but good time for Moore to have ended his run on Swamp Thing 21. Mai 2015
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The ideas explored in this book weren't nearly as seminal as those earlier in the run, but Moore does bring it all to a nice conclusion. Satisfying for serious fans, but probably not necessary for people who are more casually interested in Swamp Thing.
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