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New storyline: "The Devil's Trenchcoat." When Gemma Masters punishes her uncle by auctioning off his trench coat, she ignites a horrific chain of events. Now Constantine must adjust to life without his smelly old coat, while its new owner's life turns inside out.

Note: Jeff Lemire sent a letter to Vertigo, which was printed in this issue.

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"You see I've only just started" 0

What I love most of what Peter Milligan is doing with Hellblazer he is systematically defining the man: John Constantine.  In the arc Scab, he defined the Flesh. In Hooked he explored John's addictive personality. In India John discovered more depth in his magick.  In No Future he explored John's Teenage rebellion.  In Sectioned, John's Sanity was pushed. Bloody Carnations was the Alchemy arc where John found his Anima. Phantom Pains, explored extension of the body with John getting back his thu...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Of Course It's Alive!!! 0

John's coat has an adventure and spreads a bit of that good ol' Constantine luck around London.The GoodBiz's covers, when do they not rock?One of my favorite things about Milligan's writing during his run is the psychological and philosophical ideas he includes in his stories. The idea of our lives and choices giving life to our inanimate objects is something that's occurred to each of us on some level. For example many of us have very personal relationships with our personal items. Some people ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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