Animal Man Vol. 3

Animal Man Vol. 3

Rotworld: The Red Kingdom (the New 52)

By Jeff Lemire; Scott Snyder; Steve Pugh (Illustrator)

DC Comics, Paperback, 9781401242626, 232pp.

Publication Date: September 10, 2013

To defeat The Rot, the unstoppable forces of decay terrorizing Earth, Animal Man has joined forces with the Swamp Thing, avatar of all plant life. With the combined strength of The Red and The Green, the two venture deep into The Rot to attack their enemy in its seat of power.
they were deceived. And as a result, The Rot was free to spread across the Earth unrestrained.
Baker returns to a world where this withering force of death has won, and nearly all of Earth's heroes are its agents. With the help of John Constantine, Steel and the last few living heroes, Buddy must risk everything to ensure that Rotworld never takes root.
when you risk must be prepared to lose everything.
Critically acclaimed writers Jeff Lemire (JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK, SWEET TOOTH) and Scott Snyder (BATMAN, AMERICAN VAMPIRE) join together for an epic team-up tale between the DC Universe's strangest heroes, with the help of artists including Steve Pugh (JOHN CONSTANTINE, HELLBLAZER), Marco Rudy (FINAL CRISIS) and Timothy Green II (RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS). Collects ANIMAL MAN #12-17 and SWAMP THING #12, #17-18.

About the Author
Jeff Lemire's previous graphic novels include the Eisner and Harvey Award nominated Essex County Trilogy. In 2008 Jeff also won the prestigious Alex Award from the American Library Association, recognizing books with specific appeal for both adults and teens, as well as the Shuster and Doug Wright Awards recognizing the best in Canadian comics.

Scott Snyder is a program officer in the Research and Studies Program of the United States Institute of Peace, where he has organized a working group on U.S. policy toward North Korea since 1994. Author of numerous articles, he has been an Abe fellow and a staff member at the Asia Society.

Praise For Animal Man Vol. 3

"With the marrying of both art style and story concepts, the Animal Man and Swamp Thing creative teams have set up a crossover that I can't wait to read."—IGN

"The dialog snaps, the pacing is solid and the action is really well done."—Craveonline

"It is nice to see a writer use a dual art team for an excellent storytelling effect."—Comic Book Resources