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Review: ALIENATED #4 Is Pleasing To The Eye But Heavy On The Heart

Parts of this issue of Alienated could cause distress which is a testament to how natural and realistic the narrative feels.

Review: ALIENATED #2 Demonstrates That Alien Power Corrupts The Most

Spurrier and Wildgoose are on to a winner with this blend of 1980’s science-fiction movie and modern social commentary

The Old Meets New In JOHN CONSTANTINE HELLBLAZER #4

Sooner or later the inevitable replacement of the old gritty Constantine with a "new-age" version had to happen, it just seemed to happen sooner...

Review: ALIENATED #1

The artwork is beautifully designed and laid out with great coloring and lettering that lead you through the narrative effortlessly.

Review: JOHN CONSTANTINE HELLBLAZER #2 Urban Horror That Doesn’t Hold Back

Like King Arthur of old, Constantine is a representation of England. He is a manifestation of the country in human form.

Review: JOHN CONSTANTINE HELLBLAZER #1 Horror At It’s Best

In John Constantine Hellblazer #1 the creative team have produced something above and beyond a typical monthly comic from one of the big two publishers.

Review: John Constantine Pays A Visit In BOOKS OF MAGIC #14

Hitting stores on Wednesday, November 27th, BOOKS OF MAGIC #14 brings together Timothy Hunter and John Constantine, another power sorcerer who's made a name...

Review: Constantine Struggles With Consequences In The HELLBLAZER SPECIAL #1

With this Hellblazer Special, DC Comics continue to do the old Vertigo crowd justice with yet another brilliant Sandman Universe comic.

[Review] THE DREAMING #7 Wakes Up in the Human Realm

THE DREAMING concluded its first arc in the dynamic and dramatic previous issue. Battles were had, revelations were made, and one can’t help but...