DC Comics Release Details For Crisis On Infinite Earths Giant #2 and Swamp Thing Giant #3

DC Comics has decided to let folk know what they are planning for the cancelled-then-resolicited Crisis On Infinite Earths Giant #2 and Swamp Thing Giant #2, released in Walmart and then in comic book stores in February.Auto Draft

Crisis On Infinite Earths Giant #2 has a cover by Jerry Ordway and features the following new stories, continuing from issue 1

"Crisis on Infinite Earths Part 2," a 24-page story written by Marv Wolfman and Marc Guggenheim with art by Tom Derenick, Trevor Scott and Andy Owens

The Multiverse is losing its battle against the Anti-Monitor. Felicity Smoak mounts one last effort to find a way to save Oliver Queen, and it will bring the team face to face with an entire corps of new heroes: A Green Lantern Corps!

"The Council Part 2," an 8-page story written by Marv Wolfman and Marc Guggenheim with art by Tom Grummett and Danny Miki

Lex Luthor has been captured by a council of Luthors from across the Multiverse, and to stop them from destroying everything, he'll need to team up with people he hates: the council of Supermen!

Plus, these reprint tales:

"A Flash of the Lightning," from Crisis on Infinite Earths #8 (1985)
"Aftershock," from Crisis on Infinite Earths #11 (1986)
"Aftermath," from DC Universe: Legacies #6 (2010)

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While Swamp Thing Giant #3, with a new cover by Kyle Hotz, has these new stories

 Gods of the Abyss, a 16-page story written by Mark Russell with art by Marco Santucci

Word has gotten out about the existence of Swamp Thing — and now tourists are swamping the swamp looking for a glimpse of the bigfoot of the bayou. The sudden popularity only accelerates Sunderland Corporation's plans to destroy him, but Swamp Thing finds help from an unexpected quarter…whether he wants it or not.

"The Courser," an 8-page story written by Phil Hester with art by Tom Mandrake

As a hurricane threatens the Louisiana coast, Swamp Thing is led to an archaeological dig where a young professor studies the wreck of a sunken slave ship. But her mysterious benefactor has his own reasons for funding the endeavor, and they may be far more dangerous than the oncoming storm.

And the reprint stories…

"Fateful Reunion," from Swamp Thing #3 (2016)
"The Poison Truth Part 3," from John Constantine: The Hellblazer #3 (2016)
"Night on Devil Mountain," from Zatanna #3 (2010)

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