Hellblazer #213

Writer: Mike Carey Artist: Frazer Irving Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: October 19, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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Back from the depths of Hell (literally) and devastated by the soul-wrenching events that took place there, John Constantine recalls the first time he ever worked his own unique brand of "con"juring.

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    Comics Bulletin - Bob Agamemnon Oct 17, 2005

    The richness of John Constantine as a character is such that his best writers-and Carey is one of them-can add to his history in a way that feels organic, as if the reader is slowly getting to know him. This story gives the perfect illusion of having been told to Carey, rather than created by him. As Careys tenure on Hellblazer winds down (issue 215 will be his last), a short story like this one has the air of a long, last look at who Constantine is to the writer, and it is Hellblazer fans who benefit, as the portrait of this scoundrel and flawed hero deepens. Read Full Review

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