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John Constantine's grip on sanity has always been tenuous, but now he's really lost it. Haunted by memories of punching Epiphany, the cracked magus tries appeasing his tormenter by making a bloody offering of his own flesh. Things get so desperate he even attempts to summon that high prince of madness, Shade, The Changing Man!
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I May Just Be One Shade Obsessed Loony... 0

...but I think this arc is absolutely top-notch and indeed this return of Shade, the Changing Man in a story by Peter Milligan no less (or should I say Miles Laimling?)* is what my fantasies consist of. And that is why it may be true that my thoughts on this issue should be thrown out the window, maybe nostalgia** has clouded my judgment. But at the same time this means all you Shade fans out there should pick this up just to join in the Shade lovin' because there's plenty to go around...in...

13 out of 13 found this review helpful.

Not even tape can keep John from falling apart 0

Continuing from issue #267, this issue is just as insane as the last issue, but with a dash of Shade in the mix.  Yeah that is a lot of madness if you don't know who Shade is.  Peter Milligan's build up on Hellblazer was for this moment.  John Constantine feeling his aging coming on, lonely because Kit has been gone for many years now and Phoebe is also out of the picture.  Nothing is going John's way since India and now Shade is reeking Chaos in the hospital in since John ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

John's a few cigarettes short of a full box 0

I love Hellblazer, it's probably one of Vertigo's best ongoing series and has been that way for years. The quality level never drops with this series, it's always at it's best and the series has always managed to pull in some of the greatest comic book writers to write stories for John Constantine and this story arc so far is no exception.  This issue is like a mind trip and totally bat crap crazy, but in a good way. Anything involving Shade should be crazy and feel like you're on drugs. Now I h...

7 out of 8 found this review helpful.
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