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Nyssa al Ghul returns to Starling City and sets her sights on Malcolm Merlyn.
Another arc ends. Another glorious, agonizing cliffhanger leaves the audience starving for more.
Get ready to do some rubbing and smelling while you read this issue. Just make sure you're rubbing and smelling the COMIC.
Debbie Domaine version
Ra's Al Ghul often cites the preservation of the environment as one of the reasons behind why the human population should be culled. Not exactly a popular environmentalist position, but it counts, I suppose... And then there's Swamp Thing. :)
Now this is a cool list.
Both D.C.'s Swamp Thing and Marvel's Man-Thing have been portrayed as environmentalists. A parody of those characters, The Toxic Avenger also at times had an environmental agenda especially after he was a cartoon character. Around the same time there was a lot of interest in environmentalism, and another cartoon hero appeared, Captain Planet, which was licensed by Marvel. In a more general way, jungle heroes like Tarzan and water heroes like Aquaman and Namor have frequently been protectors of their environments.
Ra's Al Ghul, Swamp Thing, and Man-Thing must be added.
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