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    Having given up on monthly comics, I'm only now getting to this final Hellblazer collection, the end of the series, and probably the end of the character as we have known him for all of these years. It's a very generous collection <a href="http://usasmokingsale.com">Cheapest Cigarettes In The World</a>, which includes the Annual story "Suicide Bridge" plus the last nine monthly issues (#300 was double-sized) and a few sketches.

    TheHellblazer Annual"Suicide Bridge," opens the collection. It's a very good standalone story in the classic Hellblazer mode: another bit of Constantine's past returned to haunt him. Nice atmospheric art from Simon Bisley, all done against an appropriate black background. Bisley also illustrated the first of the monthly issues ("The House of Wolves") which shows some early history between John and Epiphany. It involves werewolves, which have not shown up in Hellblazer before that I can recall.

    The endgame begins in earnest with the five-part "The Curse of the Constantines." Constantine has been feeling guilty about breaking his promise to his sister Cheryl <a href="http://smokingsaleusa.com">Newport Cigarettes Official Website</a>. He had promised to find her long-lost son, but it now looks as though the son may be looking for him. There have been a series of ritual murders with the name Constantine written in blood <a href="http://cigarettessupermarket.com">Price Of Marlboro Cigarettes</a>. John's investigations lead him to Ireland, where a nurse had taken the foundling child to raise as her own. As the story twists and turns we encounter a magic cult, and the ghost of old friend Brendan Finn <a href="http://usacigarettesshop.com">Buying Cigarettes Online</a>. John is initially convinced that his nephew Finn must be the source of the black magic--he is a Constantine, after all--until he discovers that Finn has a foster brother named Declan. As usual the encounter with Declan puts practically everyone at risk, but Constantine comes out on top in the end. If you've read any Hellblazer stories at all this does not constitute a spoiler. The story is in the details.

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