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  1. Okay,so I won't spoil everything but : 1)That preview is NOT relevant 2)Gaz.is around 3)Blood n stuff 4)John is obviously bisexual and.,NOT in the creepy azarello way,in a normal bi person way
  2. Right,so since I been binging on hellblazer and anything related to it,I came across so many different iterations.I realized something. 1)I really,really don't like John in Azarello's run.He bothered me too much and he was a little shit who got everything he deserved. 2)I really liked Keanusteen.Was awesome and what made me wanna look into hellblazer in the first place.admit,it was a good movie,just not a good hellblazer movie 3)I liked Delano's John.Seemed very much human 4)Ennis was good,but I need to finish ennis's run to make a final determination 5)Gaiman,YES 6)Mina and Diggle,I didn't read as much...I'm kinda reading the comics as I find them 7)Milligan should've handled it better considering john's age...
  3. I thought I'd show you guys a fanfic one-shot I worked on a while ago. Tell me what you guys think of it. https://www.fanficti...to-Life-and-God
  4. http://www.hypable.com/constantine-manny-endgame/ http://www.hypable.com/dissecting-constantines-manny-guardian-angel-or-johns-darkest-thoughts/ So what do you guys think of this?
  5. why does he wear a fitted one in the show? I was kind of hopping for him to wear something a little longer and baggier. Something like the one he wore during the time he went into hell to get Sheryl (his sister) back. "where the dead men go" What about you guys?
  6. Just wondering who'd win in a fight between John Constantine vs Dante from the Devil May Cry series?
  7. Adaptation Of DC Comics’ Constantine From Daniel Cerone & David Goyer Lands At NBC Thursday September 26, 2013 EXCLUSIVE: Warner Bros. TV and DC Comics are on a roll this development season with a third high-profile project. Constantine, a drama based on the characters in DC Comics’ John Constantine stories, has sold to NBC with penalty. It is written/executive produced by The Mentalist executive producer Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer, the go-to writer for Warner Bros.’ feature DC adaptations. Constantine centers on John Constantine, an enigmatic and irreverent con man-turned-reluctant supernatural detective who is thrust into the role of defending us against dark forces from beyond. John Constantine, who first appeared in 1985 as a recurring character in the horror series The Saga Of The Swamp Thing, was created by Alan Moore, Steve Bissette and Jamie Delano. He was portrayed by Keanu Reeves in the 2005 feature Constantine and is rumored to be featured in the Justice League Dark feature Warner Bros. has in the works with Guillermo del Toro. Constantine joins Warner Bros. TV/DC’s The Flash at the CW, a spinoff from hit Arrow, and a Gotham City/Commissioner Gordon drama at Fox, which has a series commitment. WME-repped Goyer has co-written The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Batman Begins, Man Of Steel and the upcoming Batman vs. Superman. On TV, he is the creator/executive producer of Starz’s Da Vinci’s Demons. WME-repped Cerone is the creator/executive producer of Canadian drama Motive, which aired on ABC this summer and is awaiting a second-season renewal.
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