The Earth stands on the precipice of destruction as the Parliament of Trees considers a truly dangerous proposal from the Pale Pilgrim. Now Swamp Thing is all that stands between the natural world and Armageddon…or is he? Enter Trinity-an unprecedented being created by humankind’s most destructive moment who may prove to be our only hope of salvation.
COMICONLevi Kamei returns as a very different Swamp Thing in this penultimate issue from Ram V and Mike Perkins. Like knot weed, the various strands of this saga entwine together in a brutal ballet with the Earth at stake. Can Kamei's unconventional but hopeful solution save the day?
ComicBook.comAt the heart of this world-encompassing story filled with titanic ideas, there remains the story of two brothers and it's a testament to the entire series' narrative that it balances apocalyptic stakes with a deeply personal story that's bound to resonate with readers. With only one chapter remaining and expectations high, The Swamp Thing has already earned a place in the canon of this beloved character.
DC Comics NewsThe Swamp Thing #15 is another fantastic issue of a fantastic series. V's writing is at times beautiful and at times moving. As one would expect, it's hard to believe we're down to one issue. This continues to be great comics. If the way we get great these books has changed and they're going to come in storylines, as opposed to a continuous series that run for years and years, then The Swamp Thing is an example of how to do it right. It would be nice to see this creative monthly on an ongoing Swamp Thing series, though!
Geek DadWith only one issue to go, it feels like there is still a world of story to unlock, but it doesn't feel like it'll be rushed. It feels like everything is proceeding exactly as planned, as the creators unlock the final secrets of their epic mystery.
The Super Powered FancastThe Story: Ram V crafts an incredibly interesting and entertaining story in this issue. The wonderful mixture of the philosophical and the metaphysical continues to engage me as a reader. There is rich, deep storytelling in this issue and I continue to be impressed with the depth of the story and its characters. I cannot wait to see where this story goes next and I am eagerly anticipating the conclusion. The Art: Perkins delivers some breathtaking art on every page of this issue. From the action to the characters, Perkins draws in the reader with visual spectacle and emotion.
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AIPT'The Swamp Thing' sets up its grand finale in a spectacular fashion, boasting some of the wildest action and most poetic dialogue in the character's history.
Weird Science DC ComicsThe Swamp Thing #15 ramps up the penultimate issue by bringing all the characters together for a final showdown, whether their appearance makes sense or not. There's plenty of excellent art, and the pacing is much improved over the vast majority of this series, but how this will end is the biggest mystery.