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John Constantine is going insane, and he's crazy enough to summon the only person he thinks might offer help: Shade the Changing Man. But Shade is not the gentle soul he once was – he's desperate and dangerous. In fact, Shade's harboring a nasty grudge and has more problems than Constantine – if that's even possible.


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Holy Love Nonagons Constantine! 0

You thought love triangles made for good stories? Prepare to have your mind...blown. Okay, describing this story as just one giant love affair doesn't do it justice, yes, love is the motivation behind most of the character's actions but there's very little actual loving going on considering half the people involved in this affair are dead. Now, before you get excited no there's no necrophilia...but I'm getting off track, let's start at the beginning... (note inserted after review was written: sk...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

The Lingering Kiss 0

The last issue of Hellblazer ended with Shade demanding a kiss. This current issue goes right into why. Peter Milligan is given the chance to make the History Lesson arc on his Vertigo Shade, The Changing Man series becomes canon in this one issue.  The Kiss in which Kathy George and John Constantine shared now Haunts both John and Shade. A kiss 16 years in our time old... over 100 years comic-wise with the time-travel stuff that happened... it is John's Linger...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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