Hellblazer #296

Hellblazer #296

Writer: Peter Milligan Artist: Stefano Landini, Giuseppe Camuncoli Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: October 17, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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Sex and horror in Ireland as urban mage John Constantine - along with his alchemically gorgeous wife Epiphany - finally finds his long lost nephew, an alleged occultist serial killer driven bad by blighted Constantine blood. But what is the secret of the real killer? All will be revealed in Part Four of "The Curse of the Constantines."

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    Major Spoilers - Brandon Dingess Oct 26, 2012

    I am predisposed to enjoy (almost) any book involving John Constantine and this was not an exception. Even though I was largely in the dark about the events of the arc's previous issues I didn't experience too much of an entry barrier to the story. Any given issue of "Hellblazer" can be enjoyed as long as you remember two givens: "Constantine gets sucked into screwed-up events" and "He goes on to make them infinitely worse before they get better." This issue reminded me how much I love this character when he's doing his own thing and not running around with Justice League Dark. While I heartily recommend this issue to anyone reading, I also suggest you go ahead and pick up the preceding three issues in the arc. Once you read this one you're going to want to get them anyway. Read Full Review

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