The House of Vertigo
Interviews, discussions, fan fiction regarding DC's Vertigo line of comics. I wish it had more Alan Moore stuff...
The Swamp Info and links about Marvel Comics' Man-Thing and other swamp creatures from other companies
Rick Grimes is a Kubert School classmate of SWAMP THING artists such as Veitch, Bissette, and Totleben. Grimes is mentioned on the cover of issue #55 and on page 6 of #25. The lead character of Robert Kirkman's successful comic book series "The Walking Dead" is named after him.
Jim Wheelock Artist Steve Bissette wrote in Alan Moore: Portrait of an Extraordinary Gentleman that he thanks comics creator Jim Wheelock for his ideas for the issue #45 story. His name also appears on a tombstone in issue #42 and in Annual #4. Wheelock has written and drawn stories in TABOO and MASKS OF SONAMBULO, as well as reporting on the AngoulÍme comics festival in France.
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