Swamp Thing - Book Three Summary & Analysis

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Book Three Summary

Swamp Thing is still in his coma as part of the swamp. He is at peace, but something deep in his consciousness tells him something is wrong, and he tries to find out what. Meanwhile, three young men out on a joyride in the bayou are strangled to death by vines controlled by the now insane Floronic Man. Swamp Thing, in his coma, senses the innate wrongness of the Floronic Man/Jason Woodrue in his plant consciousness, comparing it to a cancer, and he tries to remember past events. Memories are fleeting and fragmented, however, and he doesn't quite understand who or what Woodrue is. He remembers the name Abby Arcane and also tries to remember who that is. Abby, meanwhile, is depressed and walking alone in the swamp. The Floronic Man has moved on, but the vines he brought to...

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