Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Swamp Thing #22 - non-attributed Nestor Redondo art


Swamp Thing v1 #22, 1976 - Mutated by an H-bomb test, a local community is forever quarantined in the Arizona desert. Mistaken for one of them, the Swamp Thing is captured by the government. Toward the end of his run, Nestor Redondo still continues to deliver a distinctive and attractive drawing style. Most impressive are his desert landscapes (pages 1-4) and the dramatic splash of an incapacitated Swamp Thing (page 2). Ernie Chua's cover pales by comparison. Note that some comic book guides have failed to attribute this issue to Redondo. This is number 12 of 13 Swamp Thing issues with Redondo art and/or covers.
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"The Solomon Plague" Redondo story pencils and inks 18 pages = ***
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Swamp Thing v1 #22 1970s bronze age dc comic book page art by Nestor Redondo
Nestor Redondo
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