Melissa Brinks is a freelance writer and co-creator of the Fake Geek Girls podcast. She has an affinity for cats, cooking, gardening, and investing copious hours of her life in fictional worlds of all kinds.
The only thing I love more than a delicious baked good is a great story about unconventional heroes fighting off the apocalypse, and Ash and Thorn, amazingly, comes with both.READ MORE
Previous issues of John Constantine: Hellblazer have embraced the series’ legacy with open arms. Writer Simon Spurrier, artists Aaron Campbell and Matías Bergara, colorist Jordie Bellaire, and letterer Aditya Bidikar have crafted a story that is not only horrifying but explicitly political; its villains are demons and devils, yes, but aided by the literal powersREAD MORE
I appreciate that this series never does exactly what I expect of it, and John Constantine: Hellblazer #5 is no different.READ MORE
Unsurprisingly, four issues into John Constantine: Hellblazer, our titular protagonist doesn’t seem to be taking the directive to be the best version of himself very seriously.READ MORE