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PDF Ò BOOK Hellblazer Stations of the Cross ¾ Collecting HELLBLAZER #194 200 STATIONS OF THE CROSS finds John Constantine in the aftermath of the near apocalypse he unwittingly caused alone and with no memory of his identity or history But the Hellblazer still has his usual luck and soon enough he's being hunted by man and demon alike Soon enough he's being hunted by man and demon alike and about to make the worst mistake of his long blood soaked lif In this volume Constantine's lost his memory and has to fight various psychopaths evil cults and demons to get it back It all builds to the series' 200th issue in which a demon takes one day of Constantine's life stretched over three lifetimes and forty years This volume really appealed to me; with Constantine's memory stripped he seemed a lot vulnerable and conseuently there felt there was at stake And the final chapter is a great mind trip it really raises the bar on the Constantine shtick of dangling a happy life in front of him before snatching it away

Hellblazer Stations of the CrossSoon enough he's being hunted by man and demon alike and about to make the worst mistake of his long blood soaked lif In this volume Constantine's lost his memory and has to fight various psychopaths evil cults and demons to get it back It all builds to the series' 200th issue in which a demon takes one day of Constantine's life stretched over three lifetimes and forty years This volume really appealed to me; with Constantine's memory stripped he seemed a lot vulnerable and conseuently there felt there was at stake And the final chapter is a great mind trip it really raises the bar on the Constantine shtick of dangling a happy life in front of him before snatching it away

DOC É Stations of the Cross ↠ Mike Carey

Hellblazer: Stations of the Cross º Unwittingly caused alone and with no memory of his identity or history But the Hellblazer still has his usual luck and In this Trade paper back Mike Carey takes us into a segue of John Constantine's ongoing story This might be the first time I have encountered a full 200 odd page trade in which the whole thing is pretty must an alternate realityhellinternalised landscape In other stories there would be a section but then we struggled back to the real world or at least as near to the real world as Hellblazer ever makes itStations of the Cross I honestly found to be a bit much The conclusion is good and I love the artwork but the overall story arc is too convoluted to follow and at times I honestly lost the desire to keep trying to follow it The smaller individual stories are often pretty good but none of them really resolve fully you are constantly aware that the actual conclusion will be at the end and that makes one impatient to get there I will re read it however DOC É Stations of the Cross ↠ Mike Carey

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Mike Carey ↠ Stations of the Cross EPUB Collecting HELLBLAZER #194 200 STATIONS OF THE CROSS finds John Constantine in the aftermath of the near apocalypse he When I started reading this I thought wow they’re sure taking this story into an interesting new direction I really liked it But I felt like I was missing something It wasn’t until I was almost half way through the book that it clicked did I skip a volume? Well yes I did Fuckadoodledoo It sucks but I was already into the story and I didn’t have the other volume on hand so I kept on readingDespite some confusion here and there my fault not the writer’s I really think this is one of the best Constantine books I’ve readJohn Constantine is usually one step ahead of everybody Here he doesn’t even remember his own name And when the darkness reaches out to him he acts like the rest of us would; terrified When he is offered a chance to get all his memories back he scoffs at the idea If John Constantine is such a bastard and lives such a dangerous life why would a man want to go back to living that life? It’s one of the interesting takes on the characterLots to like here Mike Carey’s one of the best writers the comic has ever had I would actually probably give Stations of the Cross a 5 star rating but the art in the final third of the book is a bit underwhelming The Constantine comics have always jumped from one artist to the next It’s part of their style whether intentional or not Here the book begins with great art – some of it is true nightmare fuel – but the art at the end is kind of dopey lookingNow I’m going to read the volume that preceded this one