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Swamp Thing (1985) - #60
"Loving The Alien"
DC Comics

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

John T. Totleben

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Richard Bruning

Karen Berger

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Cover Date: May 1987
Cover Price: US $ 0.75

Issue Tagline: Brand New Format! Special Price!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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Letters Column: Swamp Things

On route to Minraud, where Adam Strange advised him to go in issue #58, Swamp Thing is intercepted by a cybernetic spaceship being, who forces him to father her offspring. The issue is entirely narrated, in poetic waxing, by this being, who assures her offspring that its father would have loved her had she not ripped out his vitals and discarded a husk.

Reprinted/Collected in:
Swamp Thing (1985) HC vol. 06
Swamp Thing (1985) TPB vol. 06
Swamp Thing (1985) TPB vol. 06
Swamp Thing (1985) TPB vol. 06 (2nd Printing)
Swamp Thing (1985) TPB vol. 06 (3rd Printing)
Swamp Thing (1987) TPB vol. 11

First issue printed on Mando offset paper "New Format".

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