"A re-imagination of the cinematic presence to one of earth's darkest heroes, John Constantine."01 November 20138 mins
John Constantine finds himself beaten and bound at the hands of a London gangster out to impress his boss by doing the dark magician in for good. A non-profit concept film that aims to re-imagine the cinematic representation of the dark hero from DC Comics and Vertigo lore, John Constantine of the "Hellblazer" series. In an adaption of Issue #230 written by Andy Diggle, "In at the deep end Pt.1."
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Have you watched Hellblazer yet? What did you think about it?