John Constantine, Hellblazer: Dead in America #5

Writer: Simon Spurrier, Aaron Campbell Artist: Aaron Campbell, John J. Pearson, Kelsey Ramsay, John McCrea Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 22, 2024 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 8
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John Constantine, his son Noah, and bodyguard Nat have been blazing a trail across the face of America in their double-decker Routemaster bus, finding themselves on the wrong end of an eruption of supernatural and mystical threats--all thanks to a scattering of Dream's sand. In this anthology-format issue, three particularly memorable run-ins with hitchhikers and drifters on America's roadsides come to the fore...but can Constantine add up their meaning in time to uncover who--or what--is to blame for this rise in terror?

  • 10
    Comic Watch - Kevin Rossi May 21, 2024

    John Constantine, Hellblazer: Dead in America #5 takes a bit of a detour from the main story but takes the time to remind readers of the major themes the series has been covering. An anthology issue can take a bit of steam out of the main story or seem forced as a way to give the creative team a break but here it feels like the opportunity to cover more ground in a meaningful way. Series like John Constantine, Hellblazer: Dead in America dont come around often and this issue shouldnt be missed. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield May 21, 2024

    Of every issue in this series so far, this is the one that feels quintessentially Vertigo in the best way. Read Full Review

  • 9.2
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally May 21, 2024

    A fun and interesting contrast to the darker tone of the rest of the stories. There are some great dark comedic beats to the tale with fun visuals. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    ComicBook.com - Chase Magnett May 22, 2024

    Spurrier and Campbell have presented an insightful perspective on modern myth-making in the United States examining the many horrors of empire. In Dead in America #5 they carve out space to clarify just how rich their conceit is delivering three outstanding short stories from a collection of artists whose different interpretations of the southwest all resonate with readers who know the environment. Read Full Review

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