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"Mina's vivid slang and pervasive dread work wonders for grown-up comics." , Entertainment Weekly A stand-alone story from John Constantine's recent past finds him repaying a debt to a fellow magus who's dying, along with the city of London itself. The killer, A terror that at first seems supernatural in origin, but turns out to be all too realistic in this memorable story from the mind of Denise Mina, guest-illustrated by Cristiano Cucina.

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This review is made in honor of the recent Hellblazer #273 as a way of comparing the current era of the series to those of the past...this issue was chosen because it's exactly 50 issues from the current one, the review is short (and sweet I hope) as just a simple way to get the idea across and to compare to Hellblazer #273 which should have a review up soon (if not up already) by me. If you want a better picture of this issue in review form, or my thoughts on this era, I have reviewed in greate...

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