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John Constantine, Hellblazer - Origens, Vol. 7: O Coração do Menino…

de Garth Ennis, Steve Dillon, Will Simpson (Ilustrador)

Séries: Hellblazer {1988-2013} (41-46)

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John Constantine is dying. As a sorcerer literally haunted by the demons of his past, John is no stranger to mystic bedevilment or supernatural horror. But it's his chain smoking that ultimately brings death to Constantine's front door. John Constantine has lung cancer. Though condemned to hell, Constantine continues to laugh in the face of this all-too-serious world. Despite it preternatural overtones, this story is actually a down-to-earth tale about life, death, and the little details in between.… (mais)
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    Cynara: I think Harry Dresden may be a distant, nicer relation of Hellblazer's John Constantine.
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Kind of came at this backwards--had read Preacher before reading any Constantine. So didn't have much backstory on the character. ( )
1 vote ritaer | Jan 26, 2019 |
Depressing psychological journey into the mind of a dying man, heavy with regret, guilt, and frailty. Constantine battles the demon of his own fleshy humanity, though a few supernaturals also show up. ( )
1 vote mrgan | Oct 30, 2017 |
John gets diagnosed with terminal lung cancer which makes him go back and visit people from his past, both literally and figuratively, and it's a trip down memory lane that makes him face some terrible things about himself as a child, until magic comes to his rescue and he manages to trick three very difficult customers into helping him more than they ever though. This volume marks the end of Delano's Hellblazer-run and the beginning of Ennis'. It has a few stories that are brilliant - horrorwise - and the twist that John comes up with at the end it nothing short of genius. Overall, the collection is a little uneven due to the switch in writer (I assume), but I've read other Ennis works and have faith in that he will hit his stride soon. ( )
  -Eva- | Nov 22, 2015 |
A one shot story of Constantine. Enis was wondering what to do with Liverpudlien John Constantine who has been to hell and back. Literally. He fights demons and is a poor mans magician and con man who although he doesn’t do bad will not be going upstairs when he finally kicks the bucket. Unfortunately that day may not be too far away now.

Enis has the radical idea of killing Constantine. He has always been a chain smoker and after coughing up blood and bits of his lungs, he finally goes to see a doctor and is diagnosed with late stage, terminal lung cancer. He runs various scenarios in his head and visits the few “friends” (human and otherwise) he has left alive before coming to the conclusion that there is nothing he can do. Instead he devises a plan that just might work, a way to preserve his life and miss out on an eternity being tortured in hell. Problem is he has to die first.

The film with Keanu Reeves was based partially on this graphic novel so I knew portions of the story. This however was much more explicit, dark and dangerous. Very gripping but best not to read it right before bed like I did as it may give you nightmares! ( )
  Rhinoa | Aug 15, 2010 |
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John Constantine is dying. As a sorcerer literally haunted by the demons of his past, John is no stranger to mystic bedevilment or supernatural horror. But it's his chain smoking that ultimately brings death to Constantine's front door. John Constantine has lung cancer. Though condemned to hell, Constantine continues to laugh in the face of this all-too-serious world. Despite it preternatural overtones, this story is actually a down-to-earth tale about life, death, and the little details in between.

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