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When John Constantine gets a call from his niece Gemma telling him she's summoned a demon, he hurries to her aid. But Gemma is nursing a grudge against her uncle, believing him responsible for an assault. The truth is, Gemma Masters has always felt like a Constantine – and now she plans to kill off that Constantine part of her for good.



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Alchemy Psychology is making sense. 0

Reading Hellblazer will always be a joy to me.  I learn so much from my synchronization with John Constantine and the Magick Phenomenon in comics.  I have also always enjoyed Carl Jung's views and would consider myself a Jungian and maybe this is why I like John Constantine, Constantine has a Jung connection from the concept of Synchronicity to the psychological aspect I will plan to discuss in Peter Milligan's run. In issue #280 Peter Milligan changes the narrative perspective and we see th...

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Guilty Until Proven Innocent 0

Gemma springs her plan of vengeance into action against her uncle John.The GoodI really like the cover Simon Bisley turns in for this issue. It's very straightforward but effective. The seething anger lying just beneath the surface of Gemma's face and the way her bloodshot eyes are shadowed by her bangs perfectly summarize how she's been feeling and displays what she's been going through lately.To say that John Constantine has a less than picturesque life would be one hell of an understatement. ...

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