The Saga of the Swamp Thing 3 (1982)
A Town Has Turned To Blood
Like series 1 issue 9, Swampy is having a tough time staying on trains.
The pair make their way through Rosewood, IL
The local vampires waste no time in attacking.
Swampy wastes no time in killing a few before tumbling off the train amidst a fight, leaving Casey by herself.
Swampy knows best. When in doubt, head to your local library!
In the previous book, Swampy mentions he can’t feel physical pain. In this book he says his blood is like tree sap. So why would an arrow to the chest affect Swamp Thing the way it does?
Swampy wakes up to the Monster Squad and is sure to let them know who he is… world renowned Swamp Man as told by Liz Tremayne
Liz’s legacy will live on as Rude Woman: Fact
it took all night but Swampy got his story out there. I’d like to think they stayed up late reading Liz’s book.
If anyone can sympathize with budget cuts, it’s Swamp Thing.
Those darn Sunderland folks have their hands in everything.
The town is full of vampires and Swampy jumps into action.
“*water that has been blessed by a priest. –Len”
If you are reading Swamp Thing books I’d like to think you know what holy water is.
Macho Van Helsing games account for 90% of family oriented accidents.
The father and son duo recklessly rig the dam to drown the town, down river.
The arcade is ALWAYS the last place to look
The Purple Headed Warrior is much too close to the Slumber Party pinball machine.
The idea of vampires living in pinball machines has always captured my imagination.
I was not aware that vampires can be killed with running water.
The final panels of the father/son duo are great.
I hope the boy was able to understand what Swampy was thinking. I think ST has been hanging with Casey too long.
Turn around Swamp Thing!
A nice write-up on Tom Yeates in the letters page.
Swamp Thing makes the Moondance ad!
I remember Triple Flips… not fondly, but I remember.
Swampy is part of the annual tradition and this advertisement.
Magic you say?