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Savoychina1's likes114 of 137Every live show on high quality cassette from 1966-jerrys last showShelburne Depot circa 1890s at the Amazing Shelburne Museum in VT
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    Posted 11 years ago

    Frosty21
    (60 items)

    Well,I thought I'd give DC a little time today. Some nice Swamp Thing comic covers. I Saw the movie year's ago,then got into the comic's.It had a female actress,who's name well ,I can't remember.Old sort timer's.Any way she was in the Fog all-so.Nice real nice.Thank you for looking. Read'em collect'em there Fun .Frosty21

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    1. Belltown Belltown, 11 years ago
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    2. AmazingAldoMan AmazingAldoMan, 11 years ago
      Love these SWAMP THINGS. Berni Wrightson was great, but the follow-up artist ( Nestor Redondo?) was also superb. Time to reboot the Swamp Thing movie franchise.., altho i kinda liked the goofy Heather Locklear Retun of the Swamp Thing, the first Wes Craven film not so much.

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