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In "Mortal Clay" part 1 of 2, John Constantine becomes enmeshed in the affairs of a strange research institute involved in ballistics testing...on corpses! Featuring art by Steve Dillon (PREACHER)!

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"Soft and Lumpy and cold as Ice" 0

I am pretty sure this is the first ever team up of the world famous Preacher team: Garth Ennis (writer), Steve Dillon (Artist) and Glenn Fabry (covers). This was a time before the Preacher formula, Ennis and Dillon were still discovering what would be their over the top ways together.  I acutally forgot this was a Steve Dillon interior, because he art style has grown so ugly to me over time.  This issue I acutally enjoyed his art because the faces were different, not like later on when a lot of...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

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This issue has showed me some themes that I haven´t seen in Constantine´s life and in the other hand it has all the good and basics that are responsible for what John is. First, seeing John get physical (getting into a fight, running towards a moving truck), all friends with Chas (hey, they´re friends, but theirs interactions writen by Ennis is completely different from Carey´s for example), with a respectable (yet fearsome) lady and doing some scavanger-digging-detective (which isn´t involved m...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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