Hellblazer, Volume 11: Last Man Standing

Hellblazer Volume Last Man Standing In this new Hellblazer collection John Constantine while scouting for blackmail victims at an orgy John finds himself accidentally summoning up sinister beings known as the Mendw with terrible con

  • Title: Hellblazer, Volume 11: Last Man Standing
  • Author: Paul Jenkins Sean Phillips Charlie Adlard Warren Pleece
  • ISBN: 9781401255299
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this new Hellblazer collection, John Constantine, while scouting for blackmail victims at an orgy, John finds himself accidentally summoning up sinister beings known as the Mendw, with terrible consequences for an anorexic girl and her abusive father Plus, cattle mutiliations in Yorkshire hold no interest for Constantine until a nosy tabloid reporter chases him out ofIn this new Hellblazer collection, John Constantine, while scouting for blackmail victims at an orgy, John finds himself accidentally summoning up sinister beings known as the Mendw, with terrible consequences for an anorexic girl and her abusive father Plus, cattle mutiliations in Yorkshire hold no interest for Constantine until a nosy tabloid reporter chases him out of London Once in the country, John discovers that one of the villagers is transforming into a werewolf, but this strange case of lycanthropy is only a portent of worse things to comeCollecting Hellblazer 108 120

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    • Shannon Appelcline says:

      Days of Wine & Roses (108). One of Jekins' best one-off stories because it nicely combines human problems, Constantine hi-jinks, and foreshadowing of oncoming danger — all with a wry ending [8+/10].The Wild Hunt (109). This one calls back to some of Delano's rural adventures, but its main purpose is to (again) foreshadow the coming dangers. The result is good [7/10].Last Man Standing (110-114). I have mixed feelings about this Jenkins arc. On the one hand, I love the integration of the Art [...]

    • Chris Lemmerman says:

      Paul Jenkins and Sean Phillips wrap up their run on Hellblazer with this volume, collecting the Last Man Standing 5 parter, as well as numerous done-in-one stories, and the 10th anniversary double-sized issue #120.Last Man Standing itself is a decent little arc but it's about 2 issues too long. The ultimate conclusion is very much in line with how Constantine operates, but it takes too long to get to the point, and doesn't really flesh out Merlin or the Knights of the Round Table, instead relyin [...]

    • Derek says:

      OVERALL RATING: 3.5*A Touch of Heaven: 3*In The Line Of Fire: 3.5*Days of Wine & Roses: 2.5*The Wild Hunt: 2.5*Last Man Standing: 4.5* In The Red Corner:3*Widdershins: 3*Life and Death & Taxis: 3.5*Undertow:3* Desperately Seeking Something: 3*This was rather lengthy, and took a long while navigating the one shot stories before coming to the core story, but all in all, it was cool. Refreshing even. It's cool to see JC giving relationships another go, and Dani is a keeper, definitely, thou [...]

    • Heath Lowrance says:

      Paul Jenkins continues to take Hellblazer in fresh new directions, and it's all very intriguing, although he maybe falters just a little bit with this collection. Spoilers follow."Last Man Standing" starts with a couple of one-offs, but they aren't entirely self-contained because each carries some portents of things to come. The first one features guest art from Charles Adlard (I think he's the guy who, many years later, would be the initial artist on The Walking Dead?): while Constantine attend [...]

    • 47Time says:

      The dialogue is more humorous than ever in this volume, but the atmosphere darkens in the main story given the threat on Britain.Myrddin or Merlin from King Arthur's time is responsible for a great deal of spiritual destruction on sacred sites along dragon lines. John refuses to go against him, but Merlin forces John to find the Holy Grail for him. (view spoiler)[John has the rightful king of Britain, who turns out to be Rich, aquire the Grail. The Grail contains the severed, but still alive, he [...]

    • Quentin Wallace says:

      Another Hellblazer collection I really liked. The majority of the book deals with the return of Merlin and King Arthur in a story that puts a modern spin on the Albion mythology. Then there are some shorter tales that include a graveyard giving up its ghosts, a spirit transference tale that is probably going to come up again in later volumes, a very dark tale about death and disaster, and then a gem of a story that breaks the third wall and features Constantine meeting with his "writers." That s [...]

    • Devon H. says:

      I didn't realize there were more of these until the library got them. Enjoyed it.

    • Kevin says:

      Jenkins' run continues with mostly middle of the road stories.#108 Days of Wine and Roses 1.5/5A one parter that foreshadows the next big arc. It tries to be a PSA about abuse and bulimia, but it takes a standard horror turn and loses the message. It is entirely skippable and a little offensive.#109 The Wild Hunt 2/5Werewolves that don't really do much but foreshadow. Also, like the last few stories, Jenkins just kind of cuts away from the ending to foreshadow his next big plot! It's like Jenkin [...]

    • Mark Simmons says:

      Paul Jenkins starts to repeat himself mid-way through his run, turning in a set of rather run of the mill folk-horror stories which fail to give Constantine's supporting cast any room to breathe or develop beyond their 2D constraints. Add to this that he keeps ending each story with an anticlimax, endlessly foreshadowing what's to come, and it was hard for me to care about the characters. It's no surprise that the excellent 10th Anniversary story "Desperately Seeking Something", which breaks the [...]

    • Loki says:

      Uneven collection of mostly short stories from Jenkins' run, somewhat made up for by the fourth wall game-playing of the final issue in the collection.

    • SA says:

      God, still so very good.

    • Elizabeth Tabatabai says:

      Idk what my problem is. I could NOT get into this.

    • AndyHaigh says:

      Last Man Standing is the third volume of never before reprinted issues, with this book featuring issues 108 – 120. Writer Paul Jenkins despite relative obscurity compared to Hellblazer's other acclaimed writers continues to show a deft talent for the cantankerous magus. This volume features John Constantine realising that something is very wrong in Albion and it all relates to King Arthur, The Knights of the Round Table and a disagreement with Merlin. Alongside dealing with the mythical king o [...]

    • Grayson says:

      This story arc contains issues #110-114 of the comic. Constantine gets pulled into the middle of a fight between the ancient Merlin and the remainder of King Arthur's court. Merlin is looking for the Grail, and thinks John is the man to find it for him.This is a really good story line. The ending surprised me completely, in a twist I never saw coming. Paul Jenkins was totally underrated on Hellblazer. Damn shame, too; his run was fantastic. And Sean Phillips' art was, as ever, brilliant. Five st [...]

    • Richard Rosenthal says:

      This volume gets away from the cosmic tragedies and focuses on the people John Constantine spends most of his time with. It is odd to think he still has friends after so many volumes of killing them off. I wasn't a big fan of the tenth anniversary story but the rest is solid.

    • Mark says:

      Some good stories in this volume, especially the twist in the last one. It never ceases to amaze me that even though these were first published nigh on twenty years ago they are still socially relevant.

    • Troy Reeder says:

      This is truly one of the greatest Hellblazer stories of all time. It contains all the elements that make John Constantine the character we know and love.

    • Lauri says:

      #107-#120 varem kogumikuna avaldamata Hellblazeri sarjast, autoriks Paul Jenkins. Merlin tahab maailma tagasi saada, Constantine takistab.

    • Sam says:

      Liked it. The ten year anniversary story is entirely self-indulgent though.

    • Sylvester Kuo says:

      A very lengthy collection of stories. I don't particularly like the new turn of events. It seems as if Constantine was just wandering aimlessly without having a substantial plot.

    • Kirsten says:

      This one was pretty great. Whenever Jenkins tries for "socially relevant," things fall flat, but when he's just trying to tell a good horror or dark fantasy story, he's great.

    • Amparo says:

      I've always loved Paul Jenkins' arch for #Hellblazer and I'm also a big fan of @seanpphillips #art

    • Chris says:

      Constantine at his strongest.

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