Constantine #1

    Constantine » Constantine #1 - The Spark and the Flame, Part 1: The Price We Pay released by DC Comics on May 2013.

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    The Spark and the Flame, Part 1: The Price We Pay last edited by pikahyper on 08/23/18 02:07AM View full history

    The star of JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK is unleashed in his all-new ongoing series!

    Liar, cheater, manipulator…John Constantine is all of these, and yet he uses these skills and more to protect the world from the darkest corners of the DC Universe.

    What Constantine learns in this first issue will shake the very foundations of the New 52…and only he knows how to deal with it!



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    The Price of Magic 0

    Although I have never read any of the Hellblazer series (which I hope to rectify soon), I have been a fan of John Constantine as a character ever since watching the Constantine film. Recently I have acquired the back issues of Justice League Dark, since issue 9, as I have been looking forward to this series.PlotAfter his friend Chris finds the location of Croydon's Compass, John Constantine, along with Chris head to Norway to collect it, but nothing ever goes smoothly.ReviewThis was a brilliant ...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Con-Job, where art thou? 0

    I first read Hellblazer fairly recently- about a year and a half ago, give or take a few months- but since then I've read the entire series and I started to quite like good old John. He's an unusual and fascinating character and just the kind of self-serving bastard of an anti-hero I've always loved. Suffice to say I'm a fan.Understandably, when I heard that there was a new series about Constantine I got to reading it as soon as possible, but I was very disappointed. I have only read the first i...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Johnny Boy 0

    I started reading Hellblazer at the beginning of Milligan's run, at the behest of Silkcuts, and I absolutely loved it. At some point I'm going to go back and read some more of his classic stories, but the point is, Hellblazer-John was a mind-blowingly fascinating character with a wildly complex morality that was beautifully unpredictable.The point of this history lesson is thus, I fell in love with Hellblazer like the rest of his deeply dedicated fanbase, and I was as disappointed and enraged wh...

    4 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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