La Creature Du Marais No.2 “La Derniere des Sorcieres” Aredit (1982)
This French collection of first series comics came in a volume of five books. The fifth book was book three and four combined… I’m not quite sure why they would have done that but I love them all the same. I’ll post more from the volume in the future.
The book features: The Last of the Ravenwind Witches (issue 5), A Clockwork Horror (issue 6) and Night of the Bat Continue reading “La Creature Du Marais No.2”
This week marked the one year anniversary of this site and I couldn’t be more proud. The past Swampy filled year was great. I’ve had a lot of fun digging up, researching and writing about my collectibles. I haven’t told many people about the site, making it especially surprising/wonderful seeing how many people have visited the site over the past year. I have been in communication with more ST fans than ever before and it is great! I’m glad people are finding their way here and enjoying all of the Swampy stuff. DC may be dropping Swamp Thing this year but I am excited to see what is in store for him as well as the site in 2015. Without further ado…
a gaggle of Swamp Things enjoying a thrilling roller coaster ride?
a theater of muck encrusted monsters angered by a bad movie?
Nope, a display box full of Swampy stampers. Continue reading “One year later”
Vertigo Tenth Anniversary Desk Diary, 2004
What says happy anniversary better than a desk diary?
Not much at all. Continue reading “Desk Diary”
Presto Magix, sticks like magic. As you can see Swamp Thing is dabbling in the dark arts once again.
The set comes with a bayou backdrop, some of Swampy’s pals and foes.
Swampy skateboard wheels? Why not!
Swamp Thing is fishing? Why not!
I haven’t skated in a number of years but now I’m tempted to buy a board.
The pose looks uncomfortable for all involved. I’m not quite sure if the Unman depicted is supposed to be Dr Deemo or just a generic Unmen thug. Continue reading “Swamp Thing fighting T”
DC Comics Presents 50 (1982)
“When You Wish Upon A Planetoid”
to mark the 50th golden jubilee issue, a 2-page pin-up of Superman and his 65 co-stars are featured as the centerfold. The artwork is by Alex Saviuk & Frank Giacoia. Continue reading “DC Comics Presents 50 (Volume 1)”