Hellblazer #242 finishes of The Laughing Magician storyline with something more than just a bang. There are just so many surprises, and the twists and turns are all so inventive. Each of Andy Diggles story arcs, though self-contained, is essentially part of a larger narrative. It seems as if Diggle stripped John Constantine bare of the rags that had come to cover the character to make him leaner and meaner in order to face the meanness Diggle had in store for him. Whats even better is that Diggle has the superb Leonardo Manco at his side capturing the nastiness and brutality with the same subtle grace he uses for the quiet moment of wickedness. Read Full Review
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