Saga of The Swamp Thing / Swamp Thing Vol. 2 (Issues 39 - 55)
Issue 39-55 / Issue 56-77 / Issues 78 - 100 / Issues 101 - 140 / Issues 141 - Swamp Thing Annuals


Saga of the Swamp Thing #1 (1982) Thomas (Tom) Yeates Cover and Pencils. Bruce Jones Story. Len Wein Editor.
Saga of the Swamp Thing #1 (1982) Thomas (Tom) Yeates Cover and Pencils. Bruce Jones Story. Len Wein Editor. "What Peace There May Be in Silence" – Previously, Doctor Alec and Linda Holland had been working in a small laboratory in the bayous of Houma, Louisiana trying to perfect a bio-restorative formula for plant life. But an unsavory group of individuals sought to muscle the formula from Holland. When Alec refused, they killed Linda and set the lab to explode. Alec was caught in the blast of the explosion and fled into the swamps. When his consciousness re-emerged, he found that the bio-restorative formula (that had exploded onto him) had transformed him into a swamp thing.
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Swamp Thing #39
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Saga of the Swamp Thing #40 September, 1985 Alan Moore Story. In the Louisiana swamp, Abby Holland is happy to have Swamp Thing back, after his trip to Illinois. His new-found ability to regenerate his body anywhere in the world has made it easier to travel, and to be just a step away from Abby. She comments that, due to his strange nature, he is much like the man she dreamed of marrying - except green and covered in fungus.
Saga of the Swamp Thing #40 September, 1985 Alan Moore Story. In the Louisiana swamp, Abby Holland is happy to have Swamp Thing back, after his trip to Illinois. His new-found ability to regenerate his body anywhere in the world has made it easier to travel, and to be just a step away from Abby. She comments that, due to his strange nature, he is much like the man she dreamed of marrying - except green and covered in fungus.
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Saga of the Swamp Thing #41 (1985) Steve Bissette Cover, Steve Bissette Pencils, Alan Moore Story
Saga of the Swamp Thing #41 (1985) Steve Bissette Cover, Steve Bissette Pencils, Alan Moore Story "Southern Change" After being informed by John Constantine that something evil and dark will be happening in Louisiana soon, Swamp Thing asks his girlfriend Abby Holland whether she has seen anything strange. Abby responds that all seems well, and most people in town are excited because there is a television soap opera set in the Old South being filmed at the remains of a real plantation. Most of the black people in town have been cast as extras, playing slaves. The issue title comes from the Neil Young song "Southern Man"
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Saga of the Swamp Thing #42 (1985) Steve Bissette Cover &  Pencils,  Alan Moore Story

Saga of the Swamp Thing #42 (1985) Steve Bissette Cover & Pencils, Alan Moore Story"Strange Fruit" As the night goes on, and the voodoo ritual continues, the dead slaves buried in the graveyard next to the old Robertaland plantation in Louisiana begin rising from the dead, and walking the earth. Swamp Thing senses that whatever terrible thing happened in Robertaland has produced a psychic pattern that is forcing the living people on the premises to replay the original incident.
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Swamp Thing #43 Chester Williams, a naturalist and occasional drug dealer, retrieves one of the tubers which Swamp Thing had grown on his body, and dropped to the ground. Steve Bissette, John Totleben Cover Artist. Alan Moore Writer.

Swamp Thing #43 (1985) Steve Bissette / John Totleben Cover & Stan Woch Pencils, Alan Moore Story, Chester Williams (First appearance) Chester Williams, a naturalist and occasional drug dealer, retrieves one of the tubers which Swamp Thing had grown on his body, and dropped to the ground. Steve Bissette, John Totleben Cover Artist. Alan Moore Writer.
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Swamp Thing #44 (1986) Steve Bissette / John Totleben Cover &  Steve Bissette & Ron Randall Pencils,  Alan Moore Story, John Constantine Appearance

Swamp Thing #44 (1986) Steve Bissette / John Totleben Cover & Steve Bissette & Ron Randall Pencils, Alan Moore Story, John Constantine Appearance, Very Rare "Bogeymen" In Louisiana, Swamp Thing visits Abby Holland in her home by generating a body for himself from the flora in her bathroom plumbing. He expresses his worry that Constantine's silence has left him with too many mysteries, and it has left him feeling uncomfortable. Unfortunately, Abby's behavior gives the impression she's more concerned about the cleanliness of her furniture with a walking swamp in her house. Swamp Thing realizes that he is being an inconvenience, and sadly returns to the swamp.
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Swamp Thing #45 (1986) Steve Bissette Cover &  Stan Woch Pencils,  Alan Moore Story, John Constantine Appearance

Swamp Thing #45 (1986) Steve Bissette Cover & Stan Woch Pencils, Alan Moore Story, John Constantine Appearance "Ghost Dance" Two couples in San Miguel, California come to the deserted, six-acre mansion of Amy Cambridge, long-dead family member of the designer of the Cambridge Repeater Rifle. According to David, legend has it that the house is haunted by the ghosts of all who were slain by the rifle. Rod, a bit of a bully flirts openly with David's girlfriend Linda, right in front of his own girlfriend Judy. They've all come to the mansion for a thrill that movies don't give.
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Swamp Thing #46

Swamp Thing #46 (1986) Steve Bissette Cover & Pencils, Alan Moore Story, John Totleben Inks, Special Crisis on Infinite Earths Crossover "Revelations" - The Swamp Thing, John Constantine, Benjamin Cox and Frank North stand in amazement as the world about them is afire with chaos. Beings and creatures from various time periods fill the city. 18th century cavalry soldiers engage in combat with space men, while dinosaurs terrorize back alleys and a futuristic car nearly runs down a tribe of Neanderthals and a flock of Dodo birds. Constantine knows the situation is serious, but he is more concerned about what will happen following the Crisis.
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Swamp Thing #47
Swamp Thing #47 (1986) Steve Bissette Cover & Stan Woch Pencils, Alan Moore Story, Cameo Appearance of Marvel's Man Thing, 1st Parliament of Trees "The Parliament Of Trees" At the office the Houma Daily Courrier newspaper, a photographer named Howard Fleck tries to pitch a story about certain photos he took while in the swamps outside of Houma, Louisiana. He had come across Abby Holland, who was unaware of his presence as he took photos of her undressing and making love with Swamp Thing. There is a cameo appearance of the Marvel character Man Thing after Swamp Thing enters the consciousness of the Parliament of Trees.
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Swamp Thing #48
Swamp Thing #48 (1986) Steve Bissette Cover & John Totleben Pencils, Alan Moore Story "A Murder Of Crows" In the jungles of Argentina, John Constantine, and what remains of his Newcastle Crew prepare to invade the caves of the Brujería. When Swamp Thing reveals that he has been there waiting for them for a whole already, the small band sets out. Swamp Thing V2 #48 Very Fine $11.99
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Swamp Thing #49
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Swamp Thing Anniversary Issue #50 / Steve Bissette, John Totleben Cover Art
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Swamp Thing #51

Swamp Thing #51 (1986) Steve Bissette Cover & Rick Veitch Pencils, Alan Moore Story, John Constantine Appearance "Home Free" With the Great Darkness no longer a threat, Swamp Thing, Deadman, and the Phantom Stranger make their way back to their respective territories. The Stranger will remain in Heaven and make sure that all is right with the territories therein. Deadman will return to the Region of the Just Dead, and Swamp Thing hopes to return to his wife Abby. Swamp Thing #51 (1986) Very Fine+ $7.99
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Swamp Thing #52
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Swamp Thing Giant Size Issue #53 Batman Cameo / Cover Art by Steve Bissette
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Swamp Thing #54

Swamp Thing #54 (1986) Steve Bissette Cover & Rick Veitch Pencils, Alan Moore Story, Winner of 4 1985 Eagle Awards "The Flowers of Romance" Liz Tremayne is alive, and she hasn't left her apartment in nearly three years on the advice of Dennis Barclay, the man who takes care of her, though she had once rejected him so long ago.
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Swamp Thing #54 Winner of 4 1985 Eagle Awards!
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Swamp Thing #55 / Cover Art by Steve Bissette

Swamp Thing #55 (1986) Steve Bissette Cover & Rick Veitch Pencils, Alan Moore Story "Earth to Earth" - Following the shocking conclusion of the previous issue, Abby must decide whether her grief will consume her or make her stronger. But when a hunt begins for her and Liz Tremayne, she might not live long enough to figure it out!
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