Hellblazer Annual: 2011
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Hellblazer Annual: 2011

Writer: Peter Milligan Artist: Simon Bisley Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: December 7, 2011 Critic Reviews: 1
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A dying woman's desperate need to see her long lost son sends John Constantine on a mission in 'Suicide Bridge,' a haunting tale of evil and melancholy that finds John using his occult connections to learn why so many young people are going missing. It's a story full of strange places and desperate lives that leads Constantine to unearth his own connection to the mysterious disappearance of a boyhood friend.

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    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Dec 9, 2011

    As this is a story with John Constantine, nothing is quite as simple as it seems, and the conclusion is no exception. The theme of Constantine's friends forever having horrific fates is nothing new, but I appreciate that there's an especially mean twist here, explaining thing we didn't know about Tim McCabe's death. Grim? Certainly. But more importantly, it's that little punch to Constantine's heart that you come to expect in a "Hellblazer" story. Milligan and Bisley's occasional collaborations on "Hellblazer" have been enjoyable, and if they team up for "Hellblazer Annual 2012" next year, I'll be one happy camper. It's nice to see the "Hellblazer Annual" tradition having come back to life. Like Constantine's missing friend, some things can't stay buried forever. Read Full Review

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