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Well, sort of kind off. Like the Reeves version it's still not close enough to the comics, since in the comics Constantine was an A-grade douchebag who'd usually use anyone he could just so he'd get away scot-free. Here, they try to play him as the type who does want redemption and get into Heaven to clean away from his sins, while in the comic he hated both Angels and Demons, considering Heaven full of pompous wankers.
Yeah. Comic book fans should realize that Constantine is essentially unadaptable. If they make him true to character, there's no way he'll sell enough to be marketable, so the adaption will have almost no magic in it (because you can't afford the VFX). And if they put in magic and the other fun stuff into Constantine, then they're going to have to sand his rough edges down to get it to sell wider and make the money back.I just meant that he was more faithful than the movie, I think the comic book Constantine, especially the older one was probably a bit TOO edgy for NBC.
Bob wouldn't last 2 seconds in a fight with a girl scout defending her cookies from him.Bob wouldn't last 2 seconds in a fight with an Irishman from Southie.