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Swamp Thing (2004) - TPB vol. 01
"Bad Seed"
Vertigo (DC Comics)

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Andy Diggle

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Cover Date: 2004
Cover Price: US $ 9.95

Issue Tagline: Full Circle...

Format: Color; Trade Paperback

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Once there was a man named Alec Holland, who died trying to transform the world into a new Garden of Eden. From his ashes rose an avatar of the Green, the embodiment of Earth's plant life - a shambling mass of vegetation called the Swamp Thing, whose godlike power was tempered by Alec's kindness and human decency. Those same qualities won him the love of a woman, Abby Cable - a love which endured a seemingly endless host of trials and hardships and culminated in a child named Tefe, who inherited from her parents the elemental power to control plants and flesh alike. Willful and contrary, Tefe rebelled against the pressures of her abilities, even as her father grew more and more powerful, adding the ancient forces of Earth, Water, Fire and Air to his command of the Green.

Now, swollen with all of the planet's elemental powers (save those residing in his daughter), the being that was Swamp Thing has lost all traces of its former humanity. This is bad news for mankind, as there is no longer anything to restrain Tefe's father from forcibly rebalancing nature at the cost of billions of human lives.

The good news is that John Constantine, that sly old magus, has a plan to rein in the Holland family - he just needs to do a little digging. Fortunately, the Hellblazer happens to know where all the bodies are buried...

Swamp Thing (2004) #1
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Collects the "Bad Seed" story arc, comprising issues 1 to 6 of the current ongoing series.

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