One heck of a crazy longer story (Haunted, one of the best of that length) and a bunch of shorter ones, ranging from not much to really good.
Mini-reviews and pretty pictures (spoilers):
That’s a story. Enough time to breathe, a cast of new and interesting story, and all sorts of gross and creepy scenes.
Oy. Although you can’t say she’s wrong.
Murder scene description: oy that’s graphic.
Oh boy. Map is an interesting one. Hope we see more of him.
Another step along the journey.
I think he might be on the right road… Takes a bit, but:
I… have no idea what exactly he just did, but go Map! (That was gross)
Still more steps forward.
Where old magicians go to be dead. An interesting place. An interesting person.
Huh. I didn’t expect that.
Ah. That makes more sense.
And then gets downright twisted. Eye for an eye, torture for torture? Oy.
I wonder if he’ll be back…
The changing artists/styles remains jarring. I like this Constantine more than the chiseled jaw of Haunted though personally.
Quick, self-contained, and twisted. I like it.
Well that’s certainly a bit of mythology…
Yet anther style too:
I’m… not even sure sometimes. The idea of the crib fits in Constantine’s world… but so does—this. Oy.
One Last Love Song
The saga of dead girls past.
Hilarious (in a twisted sort of way).
Ashes & Honey
Supposed to be impossible… so what’s the cost now?
An interesting, quiet sort of magic. I like it.
An odd ghost story.
All Those Little Girls and Boys
I feel like we’ve already done this, this volume even.