John Constantine, born in Liverpool, England and from a young age he has lived with the feeling of guilt due to his father blaming a young John for his mother's death, since she died after giving birth to John. Young John Constantine was, and remains to be, someone surrounded by trouble wherever he goes, and it all started when he accidentally gets his childhood friend killed by the riverside, whilst trying to show off some magic trick...
Batman: Three Jokers #2
Written by: Geoff JohnsIllustrated by: Jason FabokColour Artist: Brad AndersonLetterer: Rob LeighCover by: Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson Intro: After the first issue of Batman: Three Jokers it was safe to say that this was going to be one of the most intense stories for Batman, Batgirl and Red Hood, possibly ever. Each one of these characters has a long,... Continue Reading →
Hellblazer: Rise and Fall Book 1 (of 3) – Review
Written by: Tom TaylorArt by: Darick RobertsonColours by: Diego RodriguezLetterer: Deron BennettCover by: Darick Robertson & Diego RodriguezVariant Cover by: Lee Bermejo Intro: Before anyone reads this review and judges me for my knowledge on John Constantine, I want to make one thing perfectly clear. I only know the character from his other media appearances in Film, Animation and Television so... Continue Reading →
Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity #1
When I picked up Joker/Harley: Criminal Insanity #1, I had no idea the ride I was about to take when I opened the book and turned each page. What a ride it was!
Joker: Killer Smile – Book One
Written by: Jeff LemireArt by: Andrea SorrentinoColours by: Jordie BellaireLetters by: Steve Wands Intro: If you're a DC Comics fan, then I'm sure by now you've seen plenty of characters in plenty of stories who all try to analyse and cure the man that is Joker. Every writer in the industry has their ideas of... Continue Reading →
Batman: Three Jokers #1
Throughout the history of DC Comics, Joker is without a doubt the most famous villain, perhaps in all of comics history. He's twisted, maniacal, and terrifying, which is what makes him such a great character to read and watch.
Harleen – Book Two
Though she tries to fight the urge to see him, to see Mr. Jay, she cannot help herself.
Harleen – Book One
In Harleen - Book One we are treated a story, not about Harley Quinn, but about her life before crime, where she was a young beautiful psychiatrist, called Harleen Frances Quinzel.