John Constantine, Hellblazer: Rake At The Gates Of Hell
ISBN: 1401247490
EAN13: 9781401247492
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 10, 2014
Pages: 384
Dimensions: 1.02" H x 10" L x 6.54" W
Weight: 1.19 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

John Constantine heads towards a final showdown with a revenge-crazed Satan during a raging race riot, and in addition to desperately trying to save his dwindling number of living friends, Constantine also has one final reunion with his lost love Kit.

This re-cut volume features Garth Ennis' and Steve Dillon's final JOHN CONSTANTINE, HELBLAZER arc, collecting issues #78-83 as well as the special one-shot HEARTLAND.

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   End of the Ennis era
There's more to this than they think, as this also contains the Damnation's Flame arcs, issues 72-77. The run of Hellblazer ends with the Son of Man arcs. John's last stand with The First Of The Fallen is delivered with all of Ennis's writing style to end his tenure of Hellblazer with an almighty bang. The series is over, but there's more to come.
   Goodbye, Garth Ennis.
I usually like to read Hellblazer for the arcs and one- offs. For ' Rake at the Gates of Hell', the final arcs were a little lackluster. The main problem with this collection is that it had many scenes in bars with John chatting with his old friends. We' ve seen issues like this before, but it seems like many of them. The final confrontation with the First of the Fallen was lackluster. I want to praise the final story, ' Heartland'. Getting away from the horror roots of this comic, Ennis reflects on life and love in the city of Belfast, and it's just such a great, heartwrenching and warming story that everyone should read.
   The best Volume so far
I finished this and started at number one. Constantine has a sense of the world lives in it.
Out of the new releases, I like them the most. It shows in everything he does, and that's because he's a true master. His run on Hellblazer turned me to other works by him. The other work is being done by the Preacher.
One of my favorite characters is on a writer. The character of Constantine was what made me like him. The Dangerous Habits volume was the beginning of the series.