Constantine #4

Writer: Jeff Lemire, Ray Fawkes Artist: Fabiano Neves Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 12, 2013 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 7 User Reviews: 7
6.6Critic Rating
6.4User Rating

Its a typical day in the life of John Constantine: Thieving, lying, shagging and allying himself with a major enemy in order to fight a greater threat!

  • 9.0
    Newsarama - Pierce Lydon Sep 17, 2015

    This isn't an issue you can afford to miss if you're a Hellblazer fan. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes Jun 26, 2013

    Great story with okay art. Everyone should read Pages 6 – 12, those are the highlights of this book. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    DC Comics News - Andrew Copp Jun 13, 2013

    Jeff Lemire and Ray Fawkes have crafted a single-issue story that puts you into the mind of Constantine, who will be a major player of the upcoming Trinity War. This issue certainly points us in that direction with the warnings of Zatanna and the parrot. This issue also plants seeds for the future of Papa Midnite and the Cult of the Cold Flame. If you want to read all the tie-ins for Trinity War, Constantine #4 serves as a great jumping on point! Read Full Review

  • 7.2
    Nerds On The Rocks - Josh Raj Jun 15, 2013

    Lemire and Fawkes may have been moving plot points forward in this issue but they managed to remind readers that John isa good guy and sneak in hints about the upcoming Trinity War. The death of Catwoman in Justice League of America issue 4 could be the start. Readers should jump onboard this comic because John Constantine will be involved in shaking up the DC universe this summer. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Population Go - Population Go Staff Jun 17, 2013

    It's a case of two steps forward, and one step back with this series. This issue is fine, but never really gets beyond fine, which is a shame. John's inner voice is still rock solid and continues to build on the earlier work that Fawkes and Lemire established in the first few issues, but the story itself doesn't really build any momentum or do anything of too much interest. Given how far the series has come since its first issue, and the vast improvements that issues 2 and 3 were on issue 1, going backwards is not a good idea. Hopefully Trinity War's impending arrival will help it back up the quality ladder. Read Full Review

  • 5.7
    IGN - Benjamin Bailey Jun 12, 2013

    Fabiano Neves' art doesn't help matters. At times, he gives some great emotion to the characters. However, when it comes to body language, things get screwy. Characters often have awkward and stiff poses. Also, there are far too many lines on Constantine's shirt, which gives him a puffy, stuffed look as opposed to a wrinkled, unkempt one. That said, Neves does deliver a high level of detail in nearly every panel. He never skimps on a background or a stitch of clothing. There are some truly great looking pages, we just aren't really given a reason to care about them. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Jun 14, 2013

    "Constantine" #4 is exactly what everyone feared a DC Universe replacement for "Hellblazer" would be like. (Well, except he doesn't fight Killer Croc or the Reverse-Flash, so that's some small relief.) This book is already limping, and that's a bad sign. If things don't pick up and quickly, I can't see "Constantine" maintaining a readership. Read Full Review

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