It's not bad, but the setup in Vol. 1 felt a lot more interesting than the plot coming to a head in Vol. 2 This involves a politician's daughter for the most part and the gang's (Tefe, Barnabas, and Pilate) effort to help her expose him. I honestly didn't remember anything about this from the previous book, so it felt somewhat out of left field when it's the main focus of the story here. The dialog feels like it owes a lot to Buffy The Vampire Slayer, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but certainly different from the bleak tone established in the other book. By far, the best issue is the one that actually has Swamp Thing in it, but after the main climax of the story, the whole thing just peters out. There are a couple of scenes where it feels like the writer is saying "if you kept me on, I could have done this, or this, and it would have been really cool..." Tefe is a pretty interesting character with unusual powers, but we never seem to get a full grasp on what those powers are (and neither does she). It just never gets particularly scary or engaging, even though it's never out right terrible. It's right down the middle.