Swamp Thing

Swamp Thing

Volume 1

Graphic Novel - 2014
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"In this series from 2000, writer Brian K. Vaughan kicked off a new Swamp Thing series that starred Tefé Holland, daughter of Swamp Thing and Abigail Arcane. As a human/plant elemental hybrid, Tefé has incredible power--but as a hot-headed teenager, can she learn to control those powers and use them for good? Vaughan's sensitive stories send Tefé across the globe to play an unexpected role in remote regions threatened by ecological disasters." --Publisher description.
Publisher: New York :, DC Comics/Vertigo,, [2014]
ISBN: 9781401243043
Branch Call Number: GRAPHIC NOVEL
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) :,chiefly colour illustrations ;,26 cm


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Mar 11, 2016

I do agree that Brian K. Vaughn is a brilliant writer. But I was sadly disappointed with this story. Tefe (the daughter of Abby and Swamp Thing) is an typical spoiled brat who is trying to understand the difference between morally right and wrong decisions. While on a road trip looking for answers she makes all the wrong ones. She is a sociopath bordering on being a psychopath and the Swamp Thing isn't any better. He is indifferent to his daughter while full of anger and rage towards humanity for doing what they do best... DESTROY! The artwork is lacking and the stories seem to go nowhere. Vaughn's writing is decent but full of themes that I care little for. Maybe it's just to hard to follow a writer like Alan Moore but this series so far is utterly disappointing. Although I won't discount Vaughn and finish the second. I am not enthusiastic.

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