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Tercer tomo del Swamp Thing de Breccia #DOWNLOAD KINDLE » Swamp Thing, Vol. 3: Healing the Breach ⛅ SWAMP THING HEALING THE BREACH continues the collection of Vertigo s newest incarnation of the Avatar of the Green With the consciousness of Alec Holland still separated from its former host and scattered throughout the world, the Swamp Thing must face a new threat which is manifesting itself inside a growing dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico and contend with the gradual reassembly of the Holland mind and the pain of reintegration that its completion promises Dysart is a great writer His Swamp Thing explores genetically modified crops and large agribusinesses It s a great read. 3.5 really Joshua Dysart continues the adventures of the Vertigo line Swamp Thing in its third volume Separated from the Alec Holland consciousness, Swamp Thing now seeks a quiet oblivion While the mental aspect of Holland takes root literally in Alec s former professor Jordan Schiller, the physical manifestation of the Green must contend with a bio mechanical menace in the Louisiana bayou Dropping into this volume without the previous collections does leave one shell shocked at the odd plot moving t Joshua Dysart continues the adventures of the Vertigo line Swamp Thing in its third volume Separated from the Alec Holland consciousness, Swamp Thing now seeks a quiet oblivion While the mental aspect of Holland takes root literally in Alec s former professor Jordan Schiller, the physical manifestation of the Green must contend with a bio mechanical menace in the Louisiana bayou Dropping into this volume without the previous collections does leave one shell shocked at the odd plot moving the tale beyond the metaphysical and into actual confrontation actually helps make an attempt at a cohesive tale The inclusion of flashbacks to Holland, Linda, and even Matt Cable are most welcome, linking in classic backstory to the current incarnation of Swampy Plant yourself down for a trippy read from the mossy monstrosity Swamp Thing just don t know what to say about this series under dysart there are shades of what i remember and love about swamp thing from the past, but every page feels labored the art continues to be atrocious and the plotting is like a pale shadow of what moore began all those years ago.props for trying, but it just doesn t work swamp thing s journey is convoluted he spends too much time moping and frankly, i can t remember what the problem with the green is any, let alone do i care whether it ge just don t know what to say about this series under dysart there are shades of what i remember and love about swamp thing from the past, but every page feels labored the art continues to be atrocious and the plotting is like a pale shadow of what moore began all those years ago.props for trying, but it just doesn t work swamp thing s journey is convoluted he spends too much time moping and frankly, i can t remember what the problem with the green is any, let alone do i care whether it gets healed while this has a few nice moments, it mostly a mess just glad to be done with the final volume