Constantine Is A Lot More Fun When It Sticks Close To The Comics

This week's Constantine borrows heavily from Hellblazer #1 with its tale of a hunger demon. And while it's clearly tied to this version of John Constantine and friends, the use of the comic's story and imagery does a lot to anchor this episode and finally make it feel distinct from other supernatural shows. » 11/17/14 11:30am 11/17/14 11:30am

When Satan's Voice Is Recorded On Vinyl, Music Kills On Constantine

Constantine is settling a bit more into its mystical problem-of-the-week format, and it's a bit more brutal than what we saw in last week's somewhat ho-hum episode. When a record is discovered with the Devil's voice on it, everyone wants it—including one of John Constantine's familiar foes. » 11/10/14 11:50am 11/10/14 11:50am

Check Out John Constantine's Psych Profile: "A Real Charming Gentleman"

If you're still wondering whether John Constantine's rough edges are going to be smoothed out in his new TV show, this brand new featurette — exclusively at io9 — should help to answer the question. Hell no. Watch Constantine's therapist try to analyze him, only to wind up wigging out. » 10/30/14 3:36pm 10/30/14 3:36pm

Crooked Men And Futuristic Slayers In This Week's Comics

And here's another way in which DC Comics isn't celebrating Superman's birthday - There's only one Superman comic this week. How could they hate him so mu - Oh, wait, it's just a scheduling thing? Oh, alright. And there's also a Supergirl comic for those who absolutely have to have their S-Shield fetish fulfilled?… » 7/01/08 9:00am 7/01/08 9:00am