Hellblazer #260

Writer: Peter Milligan Artist: Simon Bisley Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: October 21, 2009 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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Because once is never enough, superstar cover painter Simon Bisley takes over another issue of interiors! Trouble with the law is nothing next to the wrath of a London crime boss bent on revenge leaving John with two options: Get out of town by any means necessary or die trying.

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    Mania - Chris Smits Oct 27, 2009

    Highs and lows; longtime readers on any comic book know that that's the way a series goes. Peter Milligan has Hellblazer on an upswing right now and each new issue seems to be getting a little better than the one before it. This issue is a terrific example of the lead character's worthlessness on a lot of levels. Milligan is hitting on the fact that when John Constantine starts acting really shitty then usually the tale around him is a fun one for the reader. What situation would make him super sketchy to the point where even a fan of his would be left shaking their head in disappointment? That's a good place to start at times when telling a story in Hellblazer. Milligan looks to be getting in the zone with the book and the sheer pleasure of being able to see Simon Bisley handling the art makes this issue a very entertaining read for fans. If you happen to be curious to the world of Hellblazer but have never actually tried it out; this issue will give you a great sense of what the feel Read Full Review

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