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- I am thinking about the old man. I am thinking about the cracking of his joints as he runs. I am thinking of the terror in his ancient, atrophied heart.
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Synopsis for "The Anatomy Lesson"Edit
This story is reprinted from Swamp Thing Vol 2 #21.
- This issue is also reprinted in Best of DC #61, Essential Vertigo: Swamp Thing #1, Saga of the Swamp Thing: Book One trade paperback, and the Vertigo: First Taste trade paperback.
- Although General Sunderland dies in this issue, he does in fact make a return appearance as a denizen of Hell in Swamp Thing Vol 2 #72.
- Reference is made to Linda Holland in this issue. Sunderland reveals that his company exhumed Linda's corpse, and examined it for traces of Alec's Bio-Restorative formula.
- A reference to Liz Tremayne is made in this issue.
- The splash page for this issue contains a bi-sected outline of a human body with the words "The Anatomy Lesson" placed between the sections. This is stylistically similar to the opening title card of the 1956 movie, Anatomy of a Murder.
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