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Was there any moment in Hellblazer that made you teary eyed?

 

Well, there was that issue in Dangerous Habbits when Johno was saying his goodbyes and stuff. That was sad. I especially like the part where he toasts his dead friends and old man.

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"confessions of an irish rebel" was pretty touching

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The epilogue to "Dangerous Habits" immediately comes to mind.

I know that make me cry.

I'm sure there were a few others, but that one really sticks in my mind.

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Oh! That's another good one, Slick.

Almost forgot that one.

 

And the one where Kit left John, when he was taking it so hard, in a drunken state of despair.

 

Man, that Ennis had me weeping like a baby....Man's man my ass!

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Nothing really got my teary eyed as such, but I could see myself in that condition under the right (or rather, the wrong) circumstances while reading pretty much most of the issues involving JC and Kit.

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Since I'm a lightweight, I always get a bit teared up in One Last Love Song.

 

Also, the last couple issues of the Family Man arc (#30 - 31) are pretty emotionally-driven.

 

Dick Foreman's makes me cry buckets, but that's for another reason entirely.

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Hold me.

Neil Gaiman.

 

That bastard... it happened to me the same when I finished his Sandman.

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Ah, Sandman had me weeping like a baby at so many parts.....

More than anything else I've read.

It might've been my mind-set at the time too.

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I have never cried when reading Hellblazer and I find it surprising that all you grown men have. Well, I didn't read every issue yet... even though I read every issue listed here. Except the one Tony mentioned, I think.

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I have never cried over Hellblazer, which I guess on this board makes me girly.

 

TAKE 2

 

I have never cried over Hellblazer, though Constantine made me cry buckets. Or was that vomit?

 

TAKE 3

 

I have never cried over Hellblazer, but Coralys makes me cry on the insult thread EVERY DAY.

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I have never cried when reading Hellblazer and I find it surprising that all you grown men have. Well, I didn't read every issue yet... even though I read every issue listed here. Except the one Tony mentioned, I think.

I think it's kinda goofy, too...

 

but Lucifer is another story. I got a bit sad when Death visited Elaine.

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I have never cried over Hellblazer, but Coralys makes me cry on the insult thread EVERY DAY.

Mwahahah!

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The day it was announced that Mike Carey would be taking over writing from Brian Azzarello.

 

TEARS

 

 

OF

 

 

 

JOY

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I have never cried when reading Hellblazer and I find it surprising that all you grown men have. Well, I didn't read every issue yet... even though I read every issue listed here. Except the one Tony mentioned, I think.

 

That's just how amazing we are. All the men on this forum, whilst being Studly McBuffersons, are at the same time sensitive and in touch with our feelings to the point where we cry about comic books.

 

 

Oh and the issue I mentioned is in Rake at the Gates of Hell, you trade-er.

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I read it, then. And hey! I wasn't born yet when this stuff started monthly! Actually, recently, I have found that I can't follow monthly comics all that well. I really do prefer trades. I'd wait for trades for Helllblazer, but they are so unpredictable about what they do or don't print that I don't dare miss any.

 

Alright, maybe I was a little teary at #70 "Heartland".

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That's just how amazing we are. All the men on this forum, whilst being Studly McBuffersons, are at the same time sensitive and in touch with our feelings to the point where we cry about comic books.

 

 

Exactly! We can weep yet still be manly! We don't let our emotions stay bottled up! That's the way it should be! We rejct the masculine roll that society pushes on us.

 

Now excuse me...I'm going to play with my vagina.

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