Constantine Should Team Up With Papa Midnite More Often

We had a glimmer of a more interesting, more bastardly John Constantine last week, but this week, it was his rival Papa Midnite who got to be the morally complex character. There is something fun about watching these two characters work together to solve a supernatural problem and insult each other all the way. » 11/24/14 11:30am Yesterday 11:30am

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