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Hellblazer, Volume 2 To Hell And BackIt S Been A Long And Difficult Road For John Constantine One That S Left Him With Demon S Blood In His Veins And Dead Friends Voices In His Head.Still, With His Sharp Tongue And Unequaled Shrewdness, The Sorcerer From Liverpool Has Manged To Raise Himself To A Position As Rarefied As It Is Dangerous Being The Magician Of Last Resort For A World Under Constant Siege From The Forces Of Chaos And Evil That Same Rough Path Has Also Sharpened His Mind, And Taught Him A Thing Or Two About Ruthlessness Now, With The Outcome Of An Ancient Prophecy Hanging On His Actions, It S Time For Constantine To Bring The Scales Of Justice Back Into Balance At Hell S Expense.Continuing The Collection Of Original Hellblazer Writer Jaime Delano S Celebrated Run On This Signature Vertigo Series.Collecting Hellblazer 10 13, Annual 1 The Horrorist 1 2


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10 thoughts on “Hellblazer, Volume 2

  1. says:

    After finishing the first volume of The Sandman series, I really wanted me some John Constantine who was the quest star in Neil Gaiman s creation It has been a long time since I last dived inside the world of Jamie Delano, so I had forgotten his style of taking me to an acid trip of talented but very disjointed and uneven writing that can get me to the end, but always makes me want the journey to end faster than


  2. says:

    The Devil You Know is way darker than Original Sins and I am not sure if that s a good or a bad thing here A huge part of this volume is spent floating through other dimensions, the pacing wasn t even.In the first part of this volume Sex and Death, Newcastle and The Devil You Know Constantine finally faces Nergal and concludes that storyline The Newcastle evens are revealed and they are horrible and brutal This first p


  3. says:

    The Devil You Know collects Hellblazer issues 10 13, plus the Bloody Saint from the Special, and both issues of The Horrorist Overall, this is a solid collection if for no other reason than it s great they re finally making an effort at collecting the earlier issues in a mostly complete way It s only four issues, but it s a fairly important and interesting four issues, and it s padded with some good Hellblazer miscellany The wr


  4. says:

    Unlike the first collected edition which was composed of nine issues, this second volume has only five issues 10 13 and Annual 1 The Devil You Know didn t have the same atmosphere as its predecessor volume did but that s most probably due to the length of the collection itself which was shorter and did not have that much action oriented content.As I write this overall review, I look back at my individual analysis of each issue starting


  5. says:

    Dear Vertigo comics have little numbers on them You ll note that they start at 1 continue on up to two hundred and something When collecting them into graphic novels, start with number one, and go in sequential order.In terms of content, this is a solid four or five stars I ve always had as much fondness for Delano s Constantine as for theheralded Ennis and Ellis stories.But oh lordy does this get deducted for continuing Vertigo s incredibly a


  6. says:

    This is a re read from me Re visiting John Constantine from way back in the early 90 s I originally read the comics, not the TPB, but they were borrowed from a friend so, except for the Horrorist which I own , I no longer have copies.The 4 stars would be how I felt about the stories back in the day Now, I might be inclined to give these stories a 3 star rating, but I m not sure that s entirely fair I was hooked on Hellblazer, and it had to be pretty g


  7. says:

    This collection contains three flavors of nihilism for your self hating pleasure, three tones of world weary disgust for your cynical, comic book reading mind.The first selection is my least favorite Even though it seems like forever since I finished the previous Hellblazer collection, the conclusion of the carrying over storyline still seems abrupt What really bothers me about this selection though is the art It seems Richard Piers Rayner is hell bent on dep


  8. says:

    This 2nd Hellblazer collection is all over the place The first three issues wrap up the story started in Original Sins quite well The next two are just puzzling and completely lost my interest Then it wraps up with a 2 parter that has beautiful art, but the story feels like a cliche.


  9. says:

    I think that I like the idea of Hellblazerthan I actually like Hellblazer Somewhere between the 80s tastic artwork and the meandering storylines that don t accomplish anything, reading this becamework than fun, which is a huge no no for comics The weird sequencing didn t help either this volume collects Hellblazer 10 13, which wraps up the story from the previous volume, but it had been so long since I read that that I had no memory of what was going on The resolution was pr


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