Constantine Goes Soft!

Constantine Goes Soft!

John Constantine appears in a new, rather surreal adventure where he must find out the whereabouts of the two creators of his current television show on NBC.

If that wasn’t strange enough, this isn’t a live action short. The three and a half minute film has been produced in claymation (stop motion animation using clay figures). This isn’t a fan project either, televisions Constantine, Matt Ryan voices the main character on the video which appeared recently on the official DC Entertainment YouTube channel.

Is this a way to flag up interest for the show? NBC is currently undecided on Constantine’s future which is a shame as many fans are really enjoying this take on the character who last appeared on screen in the feature movie starring Keanu Reeves.

Watch episode one of John Con Noir below.



Get ready for tonight’s new episode of Constantine with the first episode of this brand new animated webseries. Featuring Matt Ryan as Constantine, “John Con Noir” offers a noir-inspired take on the British exorcist told through the medium of claymation. In this first episode, Constantine finds himself on the hunt for two missing, and very familiar, show creators.

Don’t miss new episodes of Constantine at its all new time of 8 p.m. EST (7 p.m. CST) on NBC.


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