Pop artist Sting was the visual inspiration for John Constantine. Constantine returns in the third season of Legends of Tomorrow, when he offers the team advice on dealing with the supernatural as they hunt the demon Mallus, whose other-dimensional prison has been weakened after the Legends were forced to interfere in their own history to stop the Legion of Doom.

Constantine began to investigate when corrupt polluting executives were found dead - ap… Alec Holland, meanwhile, learned that to bond with Swamp Thing again he would have to die, and instead chose to live.[4]. This July, James McAvoy will give voice to all of our dreams. We’re here to talk you through it in one quick, concise article…since the one thing that isn’t infinite is time. John Constantine, the Hellblazer, is a working-class magician, occult detective and a golden-tongued con man. [15][16] According to Goyer, Constantine's portrayal on the show would stick closer to the source material than the 2005 feature film did, which included portraying the character as blonde and British. A notorious con man and grifter whose past has a body count, Constantine's moral compass is as gray as can be. [28] Regarding Constantine's inclusion on the show, Klemmer stated that "an alienated, chain-smoking, bisexual, world-weary demonologist would feel right at home among our Legends".

A TV adaptation starring John Constantine was first announced on September 26, 2013. [18][19] Tom Taylor and Darick Robertson give John Constantine the DC Black Label treatment in this exclusive first look at Hellblazer: Rise and Fall #1. After spending much of her adult life calling the shots around hell’s underworld, the DC’... Everyone grab your baskets because it’s time for our final Easter egg hunt for the 2019-2020 television season! [11] As a last resort, he takes Mia and John Diggle to Earth-666 where Lucifer Morningstar helps them get into Purgatory to save Oliver's soul. His abilities have afforded him the opportunity not only to cheat death, but to trick the forces that govern Heaven and Hell...meaning he has no shortage of powerful enemies.

JOHN CONSTANTINE, HELLBLAZER VOL. Constantine was originally separate from the Arrowverse franchise; however following the show's cancellation, Constantine appeared on the fourth season of The CW's Arrow, retroactively establishing Constantine as part of the Arrowverse. As a result, the trio return to Earth-1 in failure and Constantine and the other heroes are killed by a wave of antimatter while the Paragons are sent to the Vanishing Point to regroup and prepare for their battle against the Anti-Monitor.[12]. The acclaimed actor, who with roles in His Dark Materials, Wanted, Glass and Atomic Blonde,... All Site Content TM and © 2020 DC Entertainment, unless otherwise noted here.