Swamp Thing & Green Lantern
Swamp Thing, a fictional character, is a plant elemental in the created by writer Len Wein and artist Berni Wrightson. Green Lantern is the name of multiple superheroes from the DC Universe, all of whom are characterized by a power ring and the ability to create solid constructs with the ring./5
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So.. Superman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Swamp Thing, Shazam... all of them and more.
DC WIKI- Solomon Grundy Solomon Grundy is a reanimated corpse stemming from a cursed place near Gotham City called Slaughter Swamp. He has had many appearances in which he had different levels of strength and intelligence, once surpassing even Superman in power level. Solomon Grundy is arguable one of the strongest villains in the DC Universe, if not one of the heaviest hitters regardless of evil or good intentions. He is virtually indestructible and immortal thanks to the elemental energy that imbues his form with pseudo-life. He is nearly invulnerable to physical, magical, and energy attacks and he is not affected by fire or cold. He has proven highly resistant to the effects of the original Green Lantern's power ring (which is attributed to his part-plant essence; originally because he had absorbed plant matter from the swamp, and later because he was a partial "plant elemental" like Swamp Thing) When injuries do occur, his body rapidly in a matter of seconds heals up the wounds, sometimes enabling him ...
In US - DC: Another massive update to our stocks ranging from the mainstream DC Universe to its esoteric outer fringes; New listings for Action (from Aquaman, Atom (& Hawkman), Detective Comics (from and including debut of the Barbara Gordon Batgirl), Flash (from Green Lantern, Hawk & Dove (complete original series), Hawkman (from House of Mystery, Inferior Five, Jimmy Olsen (from debut of the Elastic Lad identity), Justice League of America, Lois Lane, Metal Men, Metamorpho (from My Greatest Adventure (including pre- and early-distribution issues in mid-high grades), Mystery In Space, Phantom Stranger, Plastic Man, Rip Hunter Time Master (from the very first issue), Spectre, Strange Adventures (the latter two series featuring Neal Adams art), Superboy, Swamp Thing, and the original gear-fab Teen Titans!
The Pick of the Brown Bag this week looks at Animal Man, Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Creator Owned Heroes, Detective Comics, Earth 2, Green Lantern, Smallville, Swamp Thing and World's Finest. Let me begin however with a final analysis of the 2012 Presidential Race.
Comic Con was even better today. And I can confidently say that Animal Man, Swamp Thing, Justice League Dark, Green Lantern, and Justice League of America are going to be amazing. Get on board.
This is for all of my friends that read the New 52 from DC. A study was done comparing sales of most titles with comparing number 1 to the August issue. Some of these are amazing. Aquaman - -15.23% Red Hood and the Outlaws - -31.81% Superboy - -40.7% Teen Titans - -41.88% Batman - -33% Detective Comics - -26.5% Wonder Woman - -42% (ouch) Superman - 54.9% (ouch) Green Lantern - -45.5% Green Arrow - -58.4% Flash - -60% Animal Man - -16.7% Swamp Thing - -33% Supergirl - -43.6% Nightwing - -24.3% Batgirl - -46.3% Batman and Robin - -25% Birds of Prey - -47.4% Batwing - -55.9% Action Comics - -61.1% Green Lantern Corps - 44.2% Green Lantern: New Guardians - 50.7% Justice League Dark - -51.1% Blue Beetle - -66.7% Suicide Squad - 37.1% Batwoman - -49.4% Demon Knights - 55.9% I love that my two favorite books are the ones that lost the lowest percentage (Animal Man and Aquaman) and a lot of the big names (Batman excluded) have fallen pretty far. Yes, they started with a lot more readers, but that just means even ...
So, of the first week of DC's "Zero Month," only Swamp Thing and Batwing are worth getting at all. Everything else, even Earth 2, feels like editorial forced this "flashback" month on them, and at best we get rush jobs of stuff that would have been told better and more naturally down the line, at worst it's stuff that was just made up as filler. Oh, and the introduction of yet another "street rat" of a new Green Lantern. He's a car thief, not a terrorist, but I'm just not into the character and nothing in this issue makes me want to stick around and give him a chance. And even the new series that started this week, Phantom Stranger, only gives us a slightly expanded version of what we already knew and could deduce about the character from the Pandora backup and the FCBD issue. Big whoop.
>Rotworld in Animal Man and Swamp Thing>rise of the 3rd army in all Green Lantern titlesso what can thes...
Is Earth 2 Green Lantern now more Swamp Thing & what happened to the cape, red shirt, & lantern?
Keep your Green Lantern out of my Swamp Thing, .
I always like to speculate about the rosters in fighting games, and with Injustice (the new DC fighter) just announced, I'm gonna throw down my predictions. Here's who we know: Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Flash, Solomon Grundy, Lex Luthor Here's my predictions for the rest of the roster: Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Sinestro, Joker, Aquaman, Catwoman, Robin, Darkseid, Lobo, Deathstroke, Bizarro, Catwoman, Zatanna, Martain Manhunter, Supergirl, Nightwing, Hawkman, Swamp Thing, Cyborg, Booster Gold (he'll be the Dan of the game), Blue Beetle, Starfire
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