Mr. Avett's Reviews > Swamp Thing, Vol. 4: A Murder of Crows

Swamp Thing, Vol. 4 by Alan Moore
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Nov 19, 2010

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This is one messed up Swamp Thing story line. I mean, the end of everything and the birth of some evil power that has been around since before evil was invented? And a murderous death cult in the caves of some South American country? And rhyming devils? And, well, it was all almost too much. The death cult gets a lot of build up and hype, but then disappear quicker than you can say "cave in!" and the characters brought in to fight the ominous original evilness are kinda lame (I've read my fair share of comics, but had never heard of them and knew little to nothing about their supposed powers). But the end is pretty good. As usual, Alan Moore dreams up a pretty killer story that I felt compelled to finish no matter what the devils in Hell wear.

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