Arrow’s last episode was lackluster, but “Haunted” more than makes up for it. This episode offers up one delight after another. John Constantine brings the magic—quite literally. But he’s still only the second best character this episode.
Producer David S. Goyer says he fought to keep it, but it looks like John Constantine's trademark chain-smoking will not make it to the TV adaptation of DC's Constantine.
You've seen the first amazing trailer; now watch the first equally amazing clip for NBC's new comic show Constantine, in which John Constantine offers his help to a woman in a wonderfully obnoxious way. I remain shocked — shocked — at how good this looks, and how accurate it seems to be.
NBC just unveiled the first official trailer for Constantine, and holy crap is it fantastic.
Hey! I... I recognize that guy! That's John Constantine, noted magician/asshole! This firsty official photo of Matt Ryan as the titular character is some major proof that the NBC pilot is looking to stay close to the comic's roots.
Here's an exclusive first look at the next issue of Justice League Dark, which sees supernatural stalwarts John Constantine, Deadman, Zatanna, and Black Orchid engaging in mystical fisticuffs with magical nasties. This issue hits stores next Wednesday, October 24. Here's the rundown:
What happens when a mysterious fortune teller, a chain-smoking British mage, a fishnet-clad magician, a wiseacre ghost, and a fellow with the most deranged wardrobe on Earth pool their forces to save reality?
DC Comics characters like Swamp Thing and John Constantine were initially facets of the mainstream DC Universe, but from the 1990s onward, these supernatural protagonists were exiled to DC's mature-readers Vertigo line.
In tomorrow's new comics, the God of Fear rises to wage war on the entire Marvel universe, Hellboy travels back to the 1970s, Batman faces two of the DC universe's heaviest hitters, and a classic John Constantine story returns.
Welcome to the world of Alice Meichi Li, where fantasy meets the future. Everything you thought you knew about musicians and fairies is all wrong... or is it? How about a different view? We've got an incredible gallery of Li's work that will give you new perspective on the world of fairies.
In 1994, Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean of Sandman created this HIV awareness PSA comic designed for a high school readership. The comic starred everyone's favorite goth anthropomorphic depiction of Death, an abashed John Constantine, and a banana.
A duo of paranormal protagonists are having a productive week. Ms. Summers wraps up her comic series, and the snarkiest magician in comic history ties the knot. Plus, Steampunk Sarah Palin and tons more high concept weirdness!
This year's Comic-Con was light on earth-shattering comic book news but chock full o' interesting tidbits about characters and upcoming projects. Here are some of the juiciest factoids that dropped this weekend.
Back in the DCU of the 1980s, Swamp Thing hung with Superman, Sandman met Martian Manhunter, and John Constantine bothered anyone he damn well pleased. This changed with the advent of DC's Vertigo imprint, but things are changing once again.