All His Engines - Mike Carey Reviews
Description:ISBN 1401203175 / Genre: Horror / Author: Mike Carey / Paperback / 128 Pages / Book is published 2006-07-30 by Vertigo
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by - written on 15/05/09 (Very useful, 9 readings)
During his run on the Hellblazer series I had come to like Mike Carey's take on John Constantine, so I was happy to hear that Carey was going to write a stand alone Hellblazer story to be published outside of the main series. I wasn't expecting a great book like you would from Delano, although I was expecting it to be a good Hellblazer book. I never once entertained the idea that this would be the best Hellblazer to be published since Delano's run on the character, some might even say it surpasses his works (but I don't). The plot is relatively straight forward in that Chas' granddaughter is in a coma, that is seemingly of the same type that is ... Read the complete review
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