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It's the heart-rending conclusion of "DEATH AND CIGARETTES"-and the end of Vertigo's longest running series. John Constantine has escaped, cheated, narrowly avoided and even reversed death on multiple occasions over the past 25 years. Now, we will test whether the old boy has one more second chance in him. Don't miss this epic, oversized special issue celebrating everything that makes John Constantine so bloody unique.


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A two-fingered salute plus raspberry to the unfortunate fans of over 2 decades 0

Most people learn, at some point in their lives, that it's best to tell a story and leave the audience wanting more, rather than try to give them extra; the extra usually sours them on the experience.Unfortunately, by this point Hellblazer was dead in the water anyway. Never particularly a bastion of consistency or quality, it nonetheless featured some interesting stories and likeable characters (depending on who happened to be writing at the time) -- it had to be appealing to someone to avoid g...

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