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Hellblazer #292 (The creature's arse Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Fri Jun 22, 2012 9:11 am

Milligan takes a break from the epic trips to Hell and all of the Constantine family drama for a cool story about Werewolves. Taking place 10 years ago, we see the first meeting between John and Epiphany, but neither of them know it, because John was a Werewolf. This issue got the Hellblazer balance just right, horror mixed with British life and politics. I loved the idea of fusty old Lords needing something to get them up when shagging prossies, but it turns them into monsters, it was just interesting. I also liked seeing what a teenage Epiphany was like, and it was also fun to see a younger John Constantine, even though he’s basically always the same. Cover artist Simon Bisley steps in for one of his semi-regular guest spots, and he does his usual awesome job, it’s heavily stylised and gory, but it works

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