so i've seen how scary the good doctor can be when given a few minutes/an hour of prep. but who can beat him if he's given a year of prep? that means one year of prep against whoever is challenging him.
- no omnipotents
- no morals
@XxGin: The Doctor has dealt with immortals before.
You wanna play that way?
Constantine has tricked Lucifer yes mouringstar from the DCU into curing his lung cancer. Made Gaberial the archangel his bitch and even THE PRESENCE THE OMNIPOTENT CREATOR OF ALL FEARED HIS MIND! He did all that using only his mind no science or magic.
Noone is more badass than Constantine.
He broke into Batman's bat cave and Batman himself stated he has no idea how Constantine did it.
John Constantine is pretty low on the totem pole as far as DC's magical players go. But through a combination of guile, trickery, and plain old ornery charm, Constantine battles the worst Hell has to offer and lives to tell the tale.
Constantine is a byproduct of both the punk rock era and Margaret Thatcher's England. He isn't very nice, he drinks and smokes like they're both going out of style, and his friends always seem to pay for his own magical misdeeds. And yet we can't help but love this crusty old magician all the same.
The name�s Constantine, but the comic�s called Hellblazer. Created by Alan Moore as a supporting character during his run on Swamp Thing, the intent was to a blue-collar warlock. If Dr. Strange grew up in Toxteth� that�s John Constantine, and his attitude�s every bit as acerbic as you might expect. A complex character, Constantine is a loner who somehow accrues a large network of friends and loved ones, most of whom end up dead. He�s a good man at heart, but prone to the easy, lazy decision that ensures that good may not always prosper. And he�s the kind of guy who will not just look Death in the face and laugh, but tell him to shove it up his arse too. Curiously, though Moore imbued Constantine with many of his defining characteristics, he rocketed to prominence under the care of writers like Jamie Delano and Garth Ennis, whose Deadly Habits arc, where Constantine contracts terminal , is rightly one of the most celebrated in comic book history.
FIRST APPEARED IN SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING #37 (1985)
CREATED BY ALAN MOORE, JOHN TOTLEBEN AND STEVE BISSETTE
Empire comics online.
DR WHO DIES! GO LEARN SOMETHING ABOUT THE OPPOSING CHARACTER BEFORE JUDGING.