Hellblazer #10

Hellblazer #10

Writer: Simon Oliver Artist: Davide Fabbri Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 24, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 3
5.8Critic Rating
5.3User Rating

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"THE SMOKELESS FIRE" part four! John Constantine has a lead on the missing journal, but has Misabel created a false trail? Mercury doesn't trust the looks of the club where they end up, and only an old enemy can save them!
Includes a code for a free digital download of this issue.

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Bin - Andy Frisk May 28, 2017

    Overall, the story line here in The Hellblazer remains interesting and reminds me more of the glory days of the comic and character than any series starring Constantine since the launch of The New 52, but it still hasn't lived up to them yet. Perhaps, the total aversion of DC Comics to political themes in their books is the main reason. Constantine was always a punk, and reveled in punk politics. Unfortunately, those days seem long gone. Why can't DC Comics give fans of the character what they are used to and want? I understand that they want to make their characters as appealing, therefore as profitable, to as many people as possible. Did they ever think though that there's a whole reading population out there who actually liked the political Constantine stories...and that they'll pay for them? Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    DC Comics News - Sean Blumenshine May 24, 2017

    Overall, I think this is an okay issue. The issue does start a potentially compelling character arc for Constantine which is nice; I think the story really needed this. The concept of werewolves is fun and I like the art, especially the colors at the nightclub. However, I still found the issue to be a little boring. I recommend waiting for the trade on this one. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Pop Break - Sheena Fisher May 24, 2017

    Ok, so this issue was a little hard for me to follow. It jumped around a bit. But, it seems like the story is getting more cohesive from issue #9. Im hoping the story keeps improving. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Weird Science - Reggie Hemingway May 24, 2017

    It is nearly incomprehensible, and what can be understood is so boring that it defies the very nature of storytelling. Read Full Review

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