We’re teaming up with the DC History Club to celebrate both the Constantine TV series, but also it’s history and orgins! So, get ready to deep dive into all things Constantine!

Based on the wildly popular comic book series “Hellblazer” from DC Comics, seasoned demon hunter and master of the occult John Constantine is armed with a ferocious knowledge of the dark arts and a wickedly naughty wit. He fights the good fight - or at least he did. With his soul already damned to hell, he’s decided to abandon his campaign against evil until a series of events thrusts him back into the fray, and he’ll do whatever it takes to protect the innocent. With the balance of good and evil on the line‎, Constantine will use his skills to travel the country, find the supernatural terrors that threaten our world and send them back where they belong. After that, who knows… maybe there’s hope for him and his soul after all.

Please read on below to prepare yourself for how this works:

:white_check_mark:THE DEETS​:white_check_mark:

Who: You, silly!

What: Constantine

Where: Right here on the forums! In this thread! In the comments below! Maybe on your phone! But also, you’ll be watching Constantine on a big screen. So there, too.

When:: Friday, October 2nd starting at 5p PST/8p EST

Episode 3: 5p PST/8p EST

Episode 5: 5:55p PST/8:55p EST

Why: Because the community that geeks out together, stays together.

How: Great question- read below!

  1. CAN’T WIN IF YOU DON’T PLAY – You must have a subscription to DC Universe to access Constantine

  2. DUAL-WIELDING – Watch-Alongs are best experienced on two devices; Your phone for comments, and your big screen for viewing.

  3. 2, 1 LET’S JAM – Have your clicking finger on the “play” button and ready for action- we’ll be starting at the stroke of the hour.

  4. CREDITS MUST ROLL - Please do not skip the opening or end credits so we all stick together. Anyone lost in the Speed Force, just let us know!

  5. A WRINKLE IN TIME – If you get lost in the time, you can calculate where the audience is by checking the minute- For example, if it’s 5:15 pm PST, then we are 15 minutes into the show. Or, just check with us in the comments and we’ll happily let you know what we’re watching.

We’re so excited to hang out in the proverbial living room with you all and watch the events of this character-studded show unfold!
Long Halloween Cat


Oh hey look the naked model show is back!


Constantine Fact John Constantine: Constantine officially debuted in The Saga of the Swamp Thing #37 in June, 1985 as a supporting character guiding and irritating Swamp Thing. However, he had appeared two weeks early in Crisis on Infinite Earths #4 wearing a green suit instead of his normal trench coat. Writer Alan Moore created Constantine after Steve Bissette and John Totleben said they wanted to draw someone who looked like Sting of The Police. Moore wanted to contrast older proper DC mystics with a blue-collar streetwise warlock. Constantine’s Vertigo series Hellblazer was launched in 1988. Running for 300 issues, Hellblazer’s writers included Garth Ennis, Warren Ellis, Grant Morrison, Neil Gaiman, Brian Azzarello, Andy Diggle and more.
JC and ST


Turok here

My topic in the DC History Club on Constantine will start late this week.

I just want everybody
To understand
That starting with
Episode 3 is fine.

It is an excellent episode with no plot holes

It is also very early in the series.

The lead female character and actress was replaced in Episode 1 and the character Zed shown only in a very brief last scene therein This is the first good look we get at the character Zed, after her introduction in a very mediocre Episode 2.

There is enough exposition in episode 3 so you will understand who the main
Characters in this series are:

Constantine, Zed, Chaz and the angel Manny,

as well as
the Mill House headquarters

and the map which quides them to the supernatural event of the week

In Episodes 5 and maybe even Episode 3,
Some aspects of Chaz
will confuse you.
Just go with it .
The story of Chaz
is given in episode 10.
You haven’t missed any explanation.

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Episode 5
Jim Corrigan

A different actor
Plays him
In CW Crisis on Infinite Earth

In the clip below
The CW Crisis episode
That fact
And explains
Who he becomes


Not different actor, different Jim Corrigan, Multiverse and all. John said Stephen Lobo isn’t the Corrigan he knows, which means NBC Corrigan is still a factor.


You are right

But even in the universe
That this John Constantine
Inhabits in the NBC TV series

There are strong indications
About the ultimate fate
Of his world’s Jim Corrigan
At the end of the episode

But not just yet

Given the stakes raised
In the NBC series
It is hard to believe
They were just dropped
As John participated
In the Arrowverse universe.

John succeeded
In his quest
In an untold tale
Or some of his memories
Have been erased
So he did not continue
Or the CW version
is a different
From the NBC version.

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5 minutes until showtime!

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Finds perfect seat in the middle of the room.


Heya, @msgtv! Glad you found the perfect seat!

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Just hope I’m not in anyone’s way




2 minute warning, folks!

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30 seconds!!

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Gogogogogogo GO GO!!!

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Dead squirrel are a bad sign


Lots of dead things is a worse sign.


Hiya everyone! Sorry missed last week. Had personal stuff but here this week. Just found out episode 3 is where I actually left off in the series when I watched it on here previously!