Swamp Thing’s new miniseries announced by DC Comics is scheduled for release in March 2021
The swamp thing is back; DC Comics made the announcement during DC’s panel, Future State: Justice League Family at CCXP Worlds virtual convention last Friday, the publisher will launch a new Swamp Thing series in early 2021.
The new series will come from the creative team formed by Ram V ( Justice League Dark, These Savage Shores ) and Mike Perkins, and will be derived from the two-issue miniseries Future State: Swamp Thing by the same creators that will be released in January. ; that series, part of the Future State publishing event, set in the future where Swamp Thing has to deal with an uprising against nature of the few humans left alive.
Future State, announced in October, is an event that replaces DC’s regular line of superhero comics in January and February 2021, with new titles set in the future of DC’s multiverse. In a statement accompanying the announcement, DC Editor-in-Chief Marie Javins said: “Some smart readers will not only pick up on some of the breadcrumbs that have already been discarded in our current titles, but they will also find clues and clues of what will come in 2021″.
Swamp Thing, created in 1971 by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson for House of Secrets No. 92, has been a mainstay of the DC line ever since; The Saga of the Swamp Thing series of the 1980s was the title that made Watchmen writer Alan Moore famous in the United States, with creators such as Mark Millar, Brian K. Vaughan and Scott Snyder being responsible for the character in later series. More recently, the character has appeared in the Justice League Dark series, also written by Ram V.
The writer confirmed the news of the launch through his Twitter account, in which he added more information about the creative team of the current title.