Hellblazer #237

Writer: Andy Diggle Artist: Leonardo Manco Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: October 24, 2007 Critic Reviews: 2
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In the "Joyride" finale, John Constantine finds himself trapped in a web of corruption and depravity at the heart of middle England. But as he struggles to bring it to light, dark forces converge to bury the truth.

  • 7.8
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Oct 24, 2007

    Odd ending aside, this issue displays a little bit of everything that has made the Diggle/Leonardo Manco run so enjoyable. Stellar art that would be right at home in any of the darker Vertigo books, plenty of atmosphere, and a healthy dose of humor to boot. I'm pretty sure I caught a subtle nod to Constantine's original inspiration, the musician Sting. If you haven't been following Hellblazer so far, this obviously isn't a good place to start. Still, you'd be well-served to start at the beginning of Diggle's run, because this is the best work of fiction John Constantine has been involved with in years. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Rob Murray Oct 30, 2007

    It looks like Diggle will be Hellblazers writer for at least the next six months, so I hope he puts a little more thought into Constantine and develops his character past the static doppelganger we have seen lately. This is the same guy who wrote The Losers, so I know hes got it in him! Read Full Review

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