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Swamp Thing (1985) - #51
"Home Free" (Newsstand Edition)
DC Comics

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Alan Moore - 'Curt Vile / Jill Deray / The Original Writer'

Rick Veitch

Alfredo P. Alcala

Tatjana Wood

John Costanza

Karen Berger

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Stephen R. "Steve" Bissette

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Cover Date: August 1986
Cover Price: US $ 0.75

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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Swamp Thing (1985) #51 - Home Free

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Letters Column: Swamp Things

Swamp Thing is on his way home from a mission in another dimension. Abby Cable is sitting in prison, her public defender lets her know what she's being charged with. Abby is bailed out and has her preliminary hearing while Swamp Thing is still trying to return home. Abby jumps bail and heads to Gotham City, where she's arrested. Swamp Thing finds out and he's not too happy...

Moore used a few lines from Neil Gaiman's practice John Constantine story, "The Day My Pad Went Mad." (The Sandman Companion, p. 19)

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