The best hero of DC Comics Vertigo, the Hellblazer himself, John Constantine has a brand new TV show. So that makes it a perfect time to peer through the layers of Hell to learn just where this tosser came from.

So sit back and enjoy as Ashley and Jason begin their lesson. You might learn something. Enter your Mind University!

Be careful! This podcast contains SPOILERS. So if you don’t want to know what happens, then you should come back later.

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Jason Inman

Jason Inman

Born in the land of Superman and now living in Los Angeles, Jason is a simple man who one day dreams of writing a scene where Superman punches the moon. He's worked for many companies including Walt Disney, 20th Century Fox, and Youtubers Rhett & Link. During his ever escaping free time, he produces content for his award winning Youtube channel while reading more comics than any one man should in a week.

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1 Comment

  1. zebgotbetter
    November 4, 2014 at 9:21 pm — Reply

    Thank you for making this enjoyable podcast. I find you both delightful and informative. To be succinct, this is one of the most complex and tragic figures in all of comics. His story is inextricably tied into not only the DCU, the vaguely defined Vertigo universe, but nothing less than the history of the medium itself. If you ever produce a podcast that runs longer than a tightly-structured 45 minutes (not complaining in the slightest, to be clear), you should come back to this rich subject again, preferably in conjunction with the incomparable (and beyond well-versed in this particular subject) Matthew Peterson. Please.

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