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• Who is Capucine, and what is the Sanctuary of the Green Leaves?

• Mysteries plague Swamp Thing as he rushes to find the answers to these questions and finds much more than he expected, and see a Swamp Thing from the past unlike any you’ve ever imagined!

Story by Charles Soule
Art by Jesus Saiz
Colors by Matthew Wilson
Letters by Travis Lanham
Cover by Jock

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 2.9%


Neb06/07/13NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.1
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  1. The last two issues of this series were excellent. I wasn’t familiar with Soule before this, but he’s definitely on my radar now.

  2. Jesus Saiz is a great artist. Has he been on this issue since Soule came on? I’m thinking of getting this. That cover looks amazing too.

    • The first two were drawn by Kano, I don’t know if this is a planned rotation, or just a guest stint by Saiz. I agree, from the previews I’ve seen Saiz’s work looks great. You should check it out if you haven’t, so far Soule is doing a great job making the title his own.

  3. DC continue to butcher amazing covers with those tacky banners and loud sub headings. Such a shame

  4. This was really cool! So far I’m really diggin’ what Soule is doing with Swampy, Capucine seems like an interesting partner of sorts, and I definitely want to see more of the Seeder.

    As far as I’m concerned, Jesus Saiz can draw Swamp Thing as much as he wants. I thought he did a wonderful job; from action, to the more surreal shots inside “The Green”, every page was well done.

  5. My first thought after reading this: “… And I’m supposed to care about this story, why?…” My first thought when I began reading this: “Why does Cappucino look just like Abby?”

  6. While I enjoyed the first two issues of Soule’s run, this is where I really thought that he took off. Plus, Saiz’s art was just fabulous, so many lovely, imaginative images (I love the plant assistants that the Medieval Aavatar employed). I like Kano, but, I hope that we can see more of Saiz’s work on this book in the future.

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