These are some fun stampers! The arms rotate at the shoulder so they can fight crime any ol’ time
The stamp design is of Swampy emerging from the swamp, the same artwork we’ve seen on many ST items marketed in the 90s.
In the early 90s Rose Art released some great Swamp Thing merchandise. Some of the Rose Art items were released with three Swampy variations. The Swamp Thing pencil and pencil sharpener came in three variations of Swamp Thing busts along with these stampers. I have been fortunate enough to obtain two of the three Swampy chalk variations. I have yet to come across the orange variation.
Tom Taggart created the amazing artwork featured on
this Vertigo issued postcard. The visual was originally used for
the cover of Swamp Thing #159, “Swamp Dog”
Swamp Thing 9 (1974)
The Stalker From Beyond
Swampy has been doing a lot of traveling and he finally makes it back home in issue 9. As you can see he’s still getting used to transportation.
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Swamp Thing 8 (1974)
The Lurker in Tunnel 13
Bing-Bong, anyone home? GGRRRAARRGGHH
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Swamp Thing – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
I enjoy the soundtrack more than the movie but anything that features Swamp Thing holds a special place in my muck encrusted heart.
I was able to track down this sealed copy a while back for a steal.
Swamp Thing 7 (1973)
Night of the Bat
Swamp Thing and Batman finally meet.
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Tiny Swamp Thing shirt!
I will never fit into this but it looks great amongst my other Swamp Thing collectibles. This illustration of Swampy is repeated in numerous Rose Art merchandise created in the early 90s.