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Because it reads like if Scooby doo was a soap opera and had suddenly gotten shitty characterization for the whole cast.

But read for yourself, there is a couple of different opinions on the run.

 

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I quite liked a lot of Milligan's run, but when it got bad it got REALLY bad, particularly near the end.  The personality assassination of every female character not named "Epiphany" was appalling on every level and his Constantine read like an overly-simplistic caricature of himself.  That all said, the plots driving a lot of the run were enjoyable, stuff like "Suicide Bridge", "The Cottage", and "India" were all pretty topnotch.  

For all Milligan's problems, it was still better than Denise Mina's run.

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"I really hated having AIDS, but at least it wasn't as bad as the dose of leprosy I had a few years beforehand..."

(Just the best bits fished out of Milligan's run would have made a pretty decent eighteen month run, true enough, but sadly there was a lot more of the other stuff...)

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i propose the "shoot" benchmark.

if a particular hellblazer-story is an objectively worse hellblazer-story than "shoot", it shouldn't have been printed. case and point: ashes and dust.

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Doesn't the fact that DC refused to print Shoot leave it lacking as a comparison on that level though?

Maybe Denise Mina's terrorist story with Map sulking for a whole issue and little else happening or Dick Foreman's (fuckawful) "New Tricks" would work better for this (although I'd argue that Ashes and Dust, shite as it was, is probably better than either)...

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It's nice to see "New Tricks" getting some nice hatred around here, for once. I always used to point out that if only the Foreman and John Smith issues had been switched, it would have been a perfect 40 issue run of comics with Hellblazer. Instead, we have that stupid little story stuck amidst the genius and grandeur that is the Jamie Delano years (while also featuring fill-ins by Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison). One of these issues is not like all the others....

The Smith issue was too good for the Ennis years.

Other Forum members would say that "New Tricks" wasn't that bad. Yes, yes, it was just plain stupid.

I would still rank "New Tricks" over "Ashes and Dust", because "New Tricks" is just stupid and only lasts for one issue, while "Ashes and Dust" goes on and on and is nearly unreadable.....

It's terribly hard to beat that Mina one-off issue though, which probably does rank as the absolute worst issue of Hellblazer, proper.

Yeah, anyway, comparing a story to "Shoot" just means that Vertigo will eventually release the story in a special, over-priced format.

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Though I didn't like much the art, I don't think Milligan is so bad and I evend enjoyed Stories like India, The Devil's Trenchcoat and others though, as it was discussed elsewhere, there were downsides, especially Angie. Also I did not read the very last TPB so I can't tell...

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I recently re-read the entire pre-New 52 runs of Swamp Thing, Hellblazer, and Books of Magic as research (that was a LOT of comics), and I was reminded of just how poorly I feel Milligan handled Constantine as a character. Sure, he had some interesting plots--particularly "Suicide Bridge" and "India"--and the bit with John obsessed with cutting off his offending thumb was pretty damn funny.

But his tenure was FILLED with inconsistencies with prior writers' runs (his use of Beano comes to mind, for instance), the artwork didn't work for me at all, and Epiphany remains my least favorite love from John's life. Zed, Marj, Angie, and especially Dani and Kit were all so much better characters, yet Milligan tried so hard to get readers to buy into the idea that this 23-year-old kid was somehow the love of 60-year-old John's life. Plus, to make things even creepier, he had Epiphany fall in love with him at age nine!

It all made no sense and was, in my opinion, the second worst era of Hellblazer, after Mina's run. it's a shame, too, as it DID have some good stories and some solid moments from time to time. But it just didn't jibe with all that came before. John cleaned up his act at the end of Carey, rid himself of his Golden Boy and Ravenscar baggage during Diggle's run, and then... went right back to dressing like a homeless guy and spending all his time getting stoned for no good reason, despite all of his prior character evolution. And that ending? Ugh.

That being said, re-reading all of Swamp Thing, Hellblazer, and Books of Magic in chronological order was a pretty damn amazing experience. I highly recommend it, as it allows you to get a much better picture of how things all fit together (or don't). 

--Rich
 

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