Swan Song Comic Book Review

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Swan song

A primordial malevolence wanders through the barren expanse of a post-apocalyptic America, ravaged by the aftermath of a nuclear conflict.

He is recognized as the Man with the Scarlet Eye, a sinister power that thrives on the wicked desires of the numerous devotees he has amassed under his command. His singular ambition revolves around locating a special child named Swan song —and eradicating her existence. Yet, those dedicated to safeguarding the girl are resolute in their determination to wage a relentless struggle in defense of what remains of the world and their own souls.

Within a wasteland conceived from anger, inhabited by monstrous beings and roving armies, the last remnants of humanity find themselves inexorably drawn into the ultimate confrontation between righteousness and malevolence, a climactic clash that will ultimately determine the destiny of humankind.

About The Author Of Swan Song

robert mcCammon
robert mcCammon

Robert Rick McCammon (born July 17, 1952) is an American novelist from Birmingham, Alabama. One of the influential names in the late 1970s–early 1990s American horror literature boom, by 1991 McCammon had three New York Times bestsellers (The Wolf’s HourStinger, and Swan Song) and around 5 million books in print.[1][2] Since 2002 he’s written several books in a historical mystery series featuring a 17th-century magistrate’s clerk, Matthew Corbett, as he unravels mysteries in colonial America.


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