Swamp Thing: Trial By Fire

Swamp Thing Trial By Fire After a series of difficult trials Swamp Thing has conquered the five Elemental Parliaments and is now untouchable It s up to Abby and John Constantine to stop him but can they prevent catastrophe b

  • Title: Swamp Thing: Trial By Fire
  • Author: Mark Millar Phil Hester Curt Swan
  • ISBN: 9781401261450
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Paperback
  • After a series of difficult trials, Swamp Thing has conquered the five Elemental Parliaments, and is now untouchable It s up to Abby and John Constantine to stop him but can they prevent catastrophe by the hand of the godlike Swamp Thing With jaw dropping cameos from Killer Croc and even Abby s daughter, this series finale is not to be missed Collecting Swamp Thing 161After a series of difficult trials, Swamp Thing has conquered the five Elemental Parliaments, and is now untouchable It s up to Abby and John Constantine to stop him but can they prevent catastrophe by the hand of the godlike Swamp Thing With jaw dropping cameos from Killer Croc and even Abby s daughter, this series finale is not to be missed Collecting Swamp Thing 161 171

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    1. Neste arco narrativo, parte da época de Mark Millar como argumentista de Swamp Thing, os elementos metafísicos estabelecidos por Alan Moore na sua reinvenção da personagem são levados ao absoluto. Através de uma sucessão de ordálios, a criatura do pântano ganhou a confiança dos parlamentos de todos os elementos. O verde, a pedra, a água e os ares concedem-lhe todos os seus poderes, unificando-o no Monstro do Pântano. Resta o julgamento final, do parlamento do fogo que reside na forna [...]

    2. What a great run. Mark Millar and Phil Hester's Swamp Thing run has become one of my favorite comics of all time, which is surprising, since I almost didn't read it due to low average scores. The first part of this book with the meta fantasy stuff is my least favorite part of the entire run. It's not bad, but I do think it's easily the least interesting and least creative stuff in the run. There's a one off issue about Chester, a recurring cast member who is a very liberal hippie becoming a hard [...]

    3. Story: Wasn't great, but it at least held my attention. Art: Other than a moderately interesting use of color, the art in this is terrible, even taking into account the artists going for a particular stylized look.

    4. The Parliament of Vapors (161-164). Millar's long sequence of trials actually works because he was so varied with them. And this semi-connected four-issue arc that ends on an almost anti-climatic trial is more varied than most. But, it contains so many nice elements. The two-issue Wicker Man story that kicks the trial off reads like Moore horror; it could have been part of American Gothic. The actual trial that ends things off isn't quite as dramatic, but it's great to see the intersection of DC [...]

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