Hellblazer #275

    Hellblazer » Hellblazer #275 - Bloody Carnations, Part Five: Confetti and Brimstone released by DC Comics on March 2011.

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    Bloody Carnations, Part Five: Confetti and Brimstone last edited by gravenraven on 05/30/23 10:15PM View full history

    Many things have conspired to stop John Constantine from getting married, not least of which is John Constantine himself. But this time it's different - this time it's the young, beautiful alchemist Epiphany Greaves. Even as the church fills and the blushing bridegroom slips a carnation into his buttonhole, things can go horribly wrong. Uninvited guests from Heaven and Hell threaten to ruin the wedding of the year. In this issue, confetti and brimstone and the smell of blood fill the air for an extra-sized nuptials issue.



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    The Royal Wedding of the Century! 0

    Dearly beloved we are gathered here to day to join a man and a woman in "un"holy matrimony. This issue marks the biggest plot twist in the history of Hellblazer. From the creator Alan Moore and/or the man who fleshed him out Jamie Delano to Andy Diggle, none would dare make John half to a whole.  Peter Milligan serves as the priest in this union to change Hellblazer for better or worst.  275 issues in the making and with 25 years of real time history, our mate John Constantine has become an old ...

    16 out of 16 found this review helpful.

    In Sickness and in Health 0

    Firstly, let me congratulate you Constantine-buffs on reaching issue 275 in these uncertain times. This was a great issue, and although it's part 5 in the arc, it still works as a stand alone story. The marriage in question made me (a casual fan) ask, who is John Constantine? He's a punk, a spiritualist, an occultist, and a vagabond. None of these things fit in with the description of your typical MARRIED man. I find myself concerned. How will this individual (if anyone ever truly deserved the t...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Hellblazer #275, a truly Hellblazer wedding 0

    We have finally seen John Constantine married! But as to be expected the wedding doesn't go over exactly perfect.  This was really a good issue, and we got to see some great old characters that we haven't seen in a little while, such as Gemma Masters, and Kit Ryan, and some great old enemies.This had a great little twist in it. It also had a little story building in it, and I was left with the feel we are going to be seeing a lot more Gemma. But it was great even if you aren't a long time Hellbl...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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