In which, Andrew, Dude, and Tracy have their first review threesome–diving into Vertigo’s Hellblazer Volume 1. Dude especially enjoyed the characterization of John Constantine, and the ambiguous nature of his protagonism. Tracy liked the flow of the writing–which felt “like a quality pulp novel”–and the lack of origin story. We spend some time discussing the way the book blends the mystical with elements of mental illness. as well as the political commentary of the book (some more blatant than other). This is a great horror novel with plenty of depth for multiple readings.
Swamp Thing #37 – first appearance of John Constantine
Tooth And Claw: the Autumnlands
Thomas Gibson Kicked a Producer