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Don't miss this startling stand-alone tale! In a British prison, a shape-shifting product of the Babylonian backstreets called Julian is about to have some fun at the prisoners' expense. Now, the prison has become a kind of living Hell – even more than before – which should make John Constantine feel right at home when he poses as an inmate and tries to dish out his own rough justice to demonic prisoner number 666.



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It has been a long time since Hellblazer was this Organic.  Yes the Andy Diggle run was great and extremely tightly written, but it felt like every issues as plotted to perfection. The Denise Mina era should be long forgotten and Mike Carey was likely the last organic writer and that was a few years ago now.  Peter Milligan has been on the book for about 32 issue now, he came on the series at issue 250 in a short story that didn't even flow into his Scab arc which was his first full arc.  In pas...

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Worst...Vacation...Ever!!! 0

Terry needs a favor and as usual it's nothing that any sane man would want to get involved in. Who better to handle the job than his dear old son in law?  The Good I'm not very familiar with Julian, but from what I can gather he's a Babylonian demon who has some pretty twisted hobbies and a long history with John. Even without out reading the actual issues with the two interacting prior to this I got a great sense of the vitriol that exists between the two. It was good to see John get a little p...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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