The story of John’s search for his long-lost nephew got a lot more interesting in this issue, although it still seems to me like there are a few too many disconnected parts to the story. There’s John and Epiphany themselves, the mysterious Finn, the killer (who may be Finn) and the Goat-Headed faeries or whatever they are. I’m sure they will all be linked by the end, but at the moment, a little disconnected, like the bit where Epiphany just wandered off by herself and met some weird ghost. It gave Milligan a chance to comment on the Irish economy, but is it anything to with the rest of what’s going on? Or what?. The best scenes in this issue were John flashing into his sister’s memories, just really powerful moments. OK, I’m going to go out on a limb here and make a guess as to the answer of this mystery. The killer is not Cheryl’s son, but the Nurse who took him’s other son. He was somehow corrupted by having a Constantine as an adopted brother. I may be wrong, but it’s my hunch.