Well kids, we're finally here. Here at the last Halloween-themed edition of So, Who Would Win?
I'm going out with a bang too, as I pit two well-known characters that use the word "Hell" in their names, Hellraiser, or Pinhead as he's known, and John Constantine, the Hellblazer.
If you don't already, you should recognize Clive Barker's Pinhead from all those Hellraiser movies, the ones revolving around various people solving an ancient puzzle box that leads to a Hell-like dimension ruled by demons called Cenobites. Apparently Pinhead used to be a normal human, an Elliot Spencer, who was a WWI vet who opened that cursed puzzle, and found himself transformed into Pinhead (PS, Clive Barker hated that he was named that, but seeing as how he sold the rights to the character off before the first film was finalized, there wasn't shit he could do about that.)
John Constantine should need no introduction either, seeing as how he's one of the more popular Alan Moore creations that has endured and stuck around ever since his introduction back in 1985 in the pages of Swamp Thing.
Contantine's the occult detective/magician/con-man who's always involved in some manner of spiritual or religious battle or calamity, all the while faithfully puffing away on his ciggies and firing off snarky remarks like a machine gun.
My idea was, what if these two supernatural forces faced off in a battle of wits?
Let's compare the stats and see how they match up against each other shall we?
Powers, weaknesses and limitations
|Abilities||Expert user/knowledge of various forms of magic|
As crafty and resourceful as John is, I'm curious to see how he fares if he was ever trapped in Pinhead's dimension.
I mean I imagine he may or may not be impressed or intimated by Pinhead and his entourage after all the supernatural, demonic and angelic beings he's encountered over his long care initially, but after awhile? Who knows.,,,
Hellblazer (John Constantine)
Who wins and why?
That's me for this week.
Have a good weekend folks....