‘Constantine: The Complete Series’ DVD & Blu-Ray Release Date Announced

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Fans of John Constantine have been asking for it for a year and a half, and now we shall receive: Constantine: The Complete Series is finally on its way to DVD and Blu-Ray on October 4th!

The ill-fated Constantine was cancelled by NBC after its ratings did not warrant even finishing out the full first season, leaving fans with an irresponsible amount of questions that will unfortunately never be answered. Since then, fans have taken to social media to make their voices heard about bringing the show back., and the show’s fandom has not been quiet. I’m sure we’ve all seen plenty of #SaveConstantine hashtags along with multiple fan petitions that have been created for the show.

Finally, as of about a week ago, the back of the latest DC print comics gave fans a shock: Constantine would be coming to DVD and Blu-Ray via Warner Archive. In an update to that story, a new press release from WB confirms that Constantine will be coming to DVD and Blu-Ray – but not just via Warner Archive. Constantine: The Complete Series will be available via wbshop.com, Amazon, and other online retailer.

Actor Matt Ryan had a few words to say in the press release regarding the DVD:

“Actors don’t generally like to revisit their own filmed performances, but I really enjoyed watching the episodes myself because Constantine is such a bold, outright character – both to play and to watch. He’s this brilliant ball of wisecracking, chain-smoking street magic – and it’s so much fun exploring his fascinating, dark world of torment and mystery. I’m happy the fans will now have the opportunity to experience the series on Blu-ray, plus all the bonus features.”

Check out the DVD’s full cover and contents:

Configurations

Audio: English DTS MA 5.1 for BD, 5.1 Dolby Digital for DVD

Subtitle: English

Content

Disc 1


1. Non Est Asylum

2. The Darkness Beneath

3. The Devil’s Vinyl

4. Feast of Friends

Disc 2


5. Danse Vaudou

6. The Rage of Caliban

7. Blessed Are the Damned

8. The Saint of Last Resorts: Part One

9. The Saint of Last Resorts: Part Two

Disc 3


10. Quid Pro Quo

11. A Whole World Out There

12. Angels and Ministers of Grace

13. Waiting for the Man

EXTRAS

  • Constantine: Trailer
  • Constantine: On the Set
  • 2014 Comic-Con Panel Q & A with Cast and Creators
  • DC Comics Night at Comic-Con 2014 Presenting Gotham, The Flash, Constantine and Arrow

Are you going to pick up Constantine: The Complete Series the first chance you get? I know I am. Make sure to show your support for the show down in the comments!

Source: ComicBook.com

Josh Behr

Josh Behr

Jack of some trades, master of some others. That saying never really made a lot of sense to me.

  • The Constantine episode of Arrow would’ve been a great bonus feature.

  • SAMURAI36

    I’ll be pre-ordering this.

  • xxjinzaxx

    NBC. . .
    As with Hannibal, they do not know when they have a good thing going. But somehow, some way, Grimm is good. C’est la vie. /shrug

    • SAMURAI36

      Here’s hoping they give Powerless the time it needs to flourish. Even though NBC has gone on record as saying they won’t be so quick to cancel shows anymore.

      • xxjinzaxx

        Just curious. What made Grimm survive? What is so special about it. The transformation gestures just do not do it for me, but I am sure that is overlooked by its audience.

        • SAMURAI36

          I’ve never been able to figure out the appeal of Grimm. It’s a poor man’s Supernatural, IMO.