Collects Swamp Thing Annual #5, Hellblazer #27, Sandman Midnight Theatre, and a newly illustrated Swamp Thing story.
*From the master of horror and fantasy, Neil Gaiman, come five never-before-reprinted tales. These unusual and eloquent stories from Gaiman's early career -- including a newly illustrated, never-before-seen Swamp Thing tale -- range from moody to playful, displaying the depth of range of this remarkable writer.
In "Sandman Midnight Theatre" [from Sandman Mystery Theatre], the Golden Age Sandman investigates an age-old mystery -- and, for the only time, comes face-to-face with his namesake, Dream of the Endless.
In "Hold Me" [from Hellblazer #27], the trenchcoated mystic John Constantine faces a ghost haunted by a very modern kind of loneliness.
In "Brothers" [from Swamp Thing Annual #5], the Swamp Thing's extended family meets a flower-power-loving Geek and the decidedly unamused U.S. government.
In "Shaggy God Stories" [from Swamp Thing Annual #5], a half-sane plant-man plumbs the mysteries of existence.
And in the never-before-published Jack-in-the-Green, the Swamp Thing of another time confronts the horrors of his world -- large and small. *Source: Back Cover