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The mindbending conclusion of Denise Mina's "Empathy is the Enemy." Inside the mansion of the Oransay Contingent, Constantine comes face to face with Steve Evans, who reveals the magical significance of Glasgow's Park Circus. But to make it work, he must manipulate the newly empathic Constantine into a horrifying sacrifice.

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Anyone Empathetic Enough to Kill Me Right Now? 0

I mean, seriously! Remember when I said The Fear Machine was too long at nine issues? Empathy is the Enemy is WAY too long at seven issues, I was ecstatic to put this story behind me, unfortunately that excitement didn’t exist whilst actually reading the comic. Admittedly, there was some somewhat interesting stuff but for the most part not so much. The “villain” was a complete wanker and annoyed me throughout and John was hardly himself for the most part…I mean I liked the ending in some ways, ...

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