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Heterocosms and bricolage in Moore’s recent reworkings of Lovecraft
Matthew J.A. Green

subaqueous town is reminiscent of the vampire city depicted in issue 39 of Swamp Thing , whose Gothic environmentalism is discussed in detail by Gray and Bradshaw above; however, in the context of Gothic adaptations more broadly, the application of Lovecraft to the Welsh countryside represents a homecoming of sorts. Indeed, anchored as Lovecraft’s fiction is within specific locales

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Female werewolves in Werewolf: The Apocalypse
Jay Cate

that Ginger’s close and complex relationship to her sister Brigitte (who becomes a werewolf herself in the sequel) keeps Ginger as a member of a social unit throughout the film. See also, Alan Moore’s graphic story ‘The Curse’ ( Swamp Thing 40 (September 1985)), in which Phoebe, though a predatory and lonely lycanthrope, is constructed through her role as

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A history of female werewolves
Hannah Priest

). 39 See Martin Millar, Lonely Werewolf Girl (London: Piatkus, 2010); Thomas Emson, Maneater (London: Snowbooks, 2008). 40 See Alan Moore, ‘The Curse’, Swamp Thing 40 (September 1985). 41 Frederick Marryat, ‘The

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