Hellblazer: The Red Right Hand

Hellblazer The Red Right Hand Award winning novelist Denise Mina The Dead Hour Deception Field of Blood one of the hottest rising talents in crime fiction takes the hard drinking master of bad luck magic on one of the most ha

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  • Title: Hellblazer: The Red Right Hand
  • Author: Denise Mina Leonardo Manco
  • ISBN: 9781401213428
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Paperback
  • Award winning novelist Denise Mina The Dead Hour, Deception, Field of Blood , one of the hottest rising talents in crime fiction, takes the hard drinking master of bad luck magic on one of the most haunting chapters in his macabre career This volume features Constantine facing perhaps the most difficult task of his life a dream of universal empathy that proves to be helAward winning novelist Denise Mina The Dead Hour, Deception, Field of Blood , one of the hottest rising talents in crime fiction, takes the hard drinking master of bad luck magic on one of the most haunting chapters in his macabre career This volume features Constantine facing perhaps the most difficult task of his life a dream of universal empathy that proves to be hell on Earth for Glasgow He must gather up all the happy people he can and get them to Glasgow in order to stop a tsunami of bad vibes from overwhelming the world.

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    1. In this volume we are still dealing with demons who feed on negative emotions (left over from last volume) and as usual it's up to John and a gang of misfits to save the world. The art by Leonardo Manco is good as ever.Some of the highlights from this volume include placating demons by giving them porn and candy, and the fate of the entire world resting on the outcome of a soccer game. (And the ending of that one isn't at all what you expect.)Denise Mina has done a great job on her Hellblazer ru [...]

    2. Not the best in the Hellblazer series that I have read yet, but still quite enjoyable. Hellblazer: The Red Right Hand by Denise Mina puts our protagonist John Constantine in a dying Glasgow where people are killing themselves, unable to take the pain and hatred that they see around them. The few survivors do not have much time before this feeling of loss spreads further beyond. Constantine may be the only one who can save the world, but will he? Denise Mina has put together a gripping story that [...]

    3. Not the best Constantine story, I didn't like how it ended with Cole. I enjoyed the art and the effort put in with the area around Finnieston. I was also amused that trains not running through Exhibition Centre was a sign of the apocalypse because they constantly go off for things like weather occurring!

    4. This conclusion to Mina's Empathy is the Enemy has a pretty good pay-off. It's occasionally a bit goofy, but I enjoyed it thoroughly, and I'm a bit disappointed that Mina only had the one run on the series.

    5. This TPB is the second half of the story arc written by Scottish mystery novelist Denise Mina for Hellblazer. The first part of the story is collected in Hellblazer: Empathy is the Enemy.When we last left John Constantine, he was in Glasgow where a well-meaning but deluded cultist had loosed an empathy virus intending to bring on the Aquarian Age, or something. Instead, the unwanted and incessant mainlining of friend's and stranger's darkest secrets was causing panic and mass suicides. Constanti [...]

    6. A fairly weak entry in the Hellblazer series (along with the first part, Hellblazer: Empathy is the Enemy) -- hey, I'm all in favor for multiverses where superheroes get to save their particular universe every few weeks, but Hellblazer has always been rooted in a very specific time (the grimy present, mostly) and place (a grimy London), and doesn't quite lend itself to the usual sorts of global apocalyptic meltdowns. There's a reason Garth Ennis' Hellblazer: Dangerous Habits is still one of the [...]

    7. Some kind of magical elements in this one, situated in a city where everyone have negative feelings and everything are in disorder that have something to do with hell and a watcher from there feeding the citys hoplessness and horrors and one guy who invented a machine who started this and now it might spread put to the rest of the world.And how does ithey prevent doong that? By getting help of a magican who only bring missery with him, I think a had have a bit more understanding jumping in part [...]

    8. COnstantine's escapade in Scotland comes to a conclusion - as much as it ever does with him - with one of his companions taking the place of the demon who was causing the overabundance of empathy. The story doesn't really seem to be concluded though, since the man in question could become like the demon in time and continue to create havoc! Constantine isn't really convinced either it seems - or maybe that's just his typical cynicism kicking in again.

    9. I couldn't easily remember this one by the title (others I have been able to). It's a sequel (apparently) to one I haven't read, and obviously didn't make an impression. Possibly because I don't remember the writer from anything before; usually, if a Hellblazer GN is good, I've heard of and read the writer's work before.

    10. Constantine is an enigma wrapped in a mystery, wrapped in a trench coat. He's the look Castiel is trying for. And somehow, no matter what he does, things just always seem to be getting worse for him. That's talent. Check out my full review: Hellblazer: The Red Right Hand

    11. I wanted to like this one, but it was hard to follow. The first chapter I really like. It was visually cool, but the story is never resolved, it just leaves off. Then it suddenly jumps to Constantine being in Glasgow with no preamble or setup and from there its just too much coincidence and lull. A weak entry.

    12. As other reviewers have remarked here, "well, that was silly." Having the fate of the world reliant on the outcome of a sporting event in any story is a far cry for tension, especially in a Hellblazer piece. Also, again as other reviewers pointed out, the whole empathy engine plot is waaayyyyy too similar to Jamie Delano's Fear Machine, which also was a very lackluster storyline.

    13. I really liked how this volume explored Constantine's "defeatist" attitude. He really is an interesting character, even if I don't personally agree with him (those kind are the strongest and reflect the best writers). A decent ending to a decent story, though still a bit hard to follow along. I wonder if not reading the issues before this and "Empathy is the Enemy" perpetuated my confusion.

    14. Unfortunately, this second volume isn't nearly as good as the first. The plot's rushed, characters pop in with little-to-no introduction, and there's a lot of reliance on past stories. It's too bad, but at least Manco's art is still gorgeous.

    15. Great drawings, somewhat crappy plot, but you can't have it all, eh? And I'm devoted to Constantine. Um also the character's LEFT hand becomes red, not the RIGHT. So why's it called "The Red Right Hand?"

    16. Denise Mina stsenaristitöö teine pool ja ühtlasi Empaatia-teema lõpetus, vajub suht susinaga aurust tühjaks, ikka väga keskpärane soga, in my humble opinion.

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