Series: Swamp Thing
|Showcase Presents: House of Secrets, Vol. 1 by Scott Nybakken — not in English Common Knowledge||Vol.0|
|Swamp Thing, Tome 2 by Collectif — not in English Common Knowledge||2|
|Swamp Thing tome 3 by Collectif — not in English Common Knowledge||3|
|Swamp Thing: Dark Genesis by Len Wein||Vol.1 1|
|DC Comics Classics Library: Roots of the Swamp Thing by Len Wein||Vol.1 Collection|
|The Secret of the Swamp Thing by Len Wein||Vol.1 Collection|
|Swamp Thing: The Bronze Age Omnibus Vol. 1 by Len Wein||Pre-Moore Omnibus|
|Saga of the Swamp Thing, Book 1 by Alan Moore||Vol.2 1 plus "Loose Ends"|
|Swamp Thing, Vol. 1: Saga of the Swamp Thing by Alan Moore||Vol.2 1|
|Swamp Thing, Volume 2 by Alan Moore||Vol.2 2|
|Swamp Thing, Volume 3 by Alan Moore||Vol.2 3|
|Swamp Thing, Volume 4 by Alan Moore||Vol.2 4|
|Swamp Thing, Volume 5 by Alan Moore||Vol.2 5|
|Swamp Thing, Volume 6 by Alan Moore||Vol.2 6|
|Swamp Thing, Vol. 7: Regenesis by Rick Veitch||Vol.2 7|
|Swamp Thing, Vol. 8: Spontaneous Generation by Rick Veitch||Vol.2 8|
|Swamp Thing, Vol. 9: Infernal Triangles by Rick Veitch||Vol.2 9|
|Swamp Thing: Roots by Jon J. Muth||Vol.2 Spin off|
|Vertigo Jam #1 August 1993 by Neil Gaiman||Vol.2 Short story|
|Totems by Tom Peyer — not in English Common Knowledge||Vol.2 Cameo|
|Swamp Thing: The Root of All Evil by Grant Morrison||Vol.2 antepenultimate|
|Swamp Thing: Darker Genesis by Mark Millar||Vol.2 penultimate|
|Swamp Thing: Trial By Fire by Mark Millar||Vol.2 ultimate|
|Swamp Thing by Brian K. Vaughan Vol. 1 by Brian K. Vaughan||Vol.3 1|
|Swamp Thing by Brian K. Vaughan Vol. 2 (Swamp Thing (DC Comics)) by Brian K. Vaughan||Vol.3 2|
|Vertigo Secret Files and Origins : Swamp Thing by Brian K. Vaughan||Vol.3 Companion|
|Swamp Thing, Vol. 1: Bad Seed by Andy Diggle||Vol.4 1|
|Swamp Thing, Vol. 2: Love in Vain by Joshua Dysart||Vol.4 2|
|Swamp Thing, Vol. 3: Healing the Breach by Joshua Dysart||Vol.4 3|
|Swamp Thing Volume 1: Raise Them Bones by Scott Snyder||Vol.5 1|
|Swamp Thing Volume 2: Family Tree by Scott Snyder||Vol.5 2|
|Swamp Thing Volume 3: Rotworld - The Green Kingdom by Scott Snyder||Vol.5 3|
|Swamp Thing By Scott Snyder Deluxe Edition (The New 52) by Scott Snyder||Vol.5 1-3|
|Swamp Thing Volume 4: Seeder by Charles Soule||Vol.5 4|
|Swamp Thing The Dead Don't Sleep TP by Len Wein||Vol.6|
|Swamp Thing: Green mansions (Critics choice files magazine spotlight) by Martin Cannon — not in English Common Knowledge||Companion|
|Swamp Thing: Sourcebook/Adventure (DC Heroes) by Ray Winninger — not in English Common Knowledge||Sourcebook|
|Swamp Thing [1982 film] by Wes Craven — not in English Common Knowledge||Live-Action|
|Swamp Thing Annual #1 (Official Movie Adaptation - DC Comics) by Bruce Jones — not in English Common Knowledge||Film Adaptation|
|Swamp Thing by Len Wein — not in English Common Knowledge||Film Novelization|
|The Return of Swamp Thing by Peter David — not in English Common Knowledge||Novelization|
|Swamp Thing vs the Zombie Pets by John Sazaklis — not in English Common Knowledge||Adventures|
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