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It’s the heart-rending conclusion of “DEATH AND CIGARETTES”—and the end of Vertigo’s longest running series.

John Constantine has escaped, cheated, narrowly avoided and even reversed death on multiple occasions over the past 25 years. Now, we will test whether the old boy has one more second chance in him.

Don’t miss this epic, oversized special issue celebrating everything that makes John Constantine so bloody unique.

Written by Peter Milligan
Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli & Stefano Landini
Cover by Simon Bisley

Price: $4.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 9.6%


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  1. Farewell.

  2. sigh

  3. I hope there’s a back-up gallery at least. If any character deserves a proper eulogy, its JC.

  4. This better the POTW. It’s Josh this week and it’ll only be fitting.

  5. boo

  6. Really gonna miss this book. Though I kinda dig the fact that they’re not doing anything special here (oversized, gallery, prose, etc.)

    John wouldn’t want any of that kinda shite.

  7. The least DC could fucking do is keep it at its usual price considering they’re killing 300 issues of continuity just so they can shoehorn John into their failed abortion of a reboot.

  8. The hell? Did they do what I think they did with those last couple of pages, or am I missing something?

  9. A fitting end. They wrapped things up quite nicely in my opinion. True to form, John kept me guessing up to the end (and beyond).

    This is the end of the line for me. I won’t be following the hijinks of Constantine Lite.

    I’ll see you in Hell, mate.

  10. I’m not getting this end, but I’m fine with that. At least, he doesn’t end up in hell. Sad to see him go. Especially, because I don’t think there’s a big chance that we’ll see him again, HIM, the REAL JC. Oh, melancholy.

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