Written by: Ming Doyle & James Tynion IV
Art by: Ming Doyle & Vanesa Del Rey
John Constantine heads back to England to seek the help of Georgie, an expert in the occult. As with any John Constantine acquaintance or relationship, there is a past that he will likely need to address. Georgie is on a case when Constantine arrives and he agrees to help out in hopes Georgie can help out with his Ghost Killer problem.
We have a couple different art styles within this store which I found to be pretty awesome. The gritty look we have become accustomed to for present day and a bit more of a brighter and cleaner look for the flashbacks. Constantine having to find some way to reconcile for his past is a mainstay in his books and this is done very well. He wants to find this Ghost Killer but he now knows he can't do it alone. Adding in the hunt for what Constantine thought was a succubus was a great way to show that he would help Georgie, but of course doing it his way.
Three issues in and this is a delightful series. With a $2.99 price tag, it's worth picking up to see if it is something that works for you as well. Please leave comments below and let me know what you think.
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