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The very first Hellblazer collection is back in a new edition that includes John Constantine's early appearances in SWAMP THING #76-77 along with HELLBLAZER #1-9. This is the first of a series of new HELLBLAZER collections that put all his adventures in reading order, capturing Constantine at his youthful, anarchic best.
Written by JAMIE DELANOArt by RICHARD PIERS RAYNER, BRYAN TALBOT, DAVID LLOYD and othersCover by JOHN CASSADAYIn these tales from issue #10-13, THE HORRORIST #1-2 and ANNUAL #1, Constantine wins his first victory in the war with Nergal and encounters a woman who is the embodiment of the world's horrors.
Written by Jamie DelanoArt by Mark Buckingham & Richard Piers RaynerCover by David FinchIn these tales from HELLBLAZER #14-22, Constantine finds himself encamped with a new-age pagan group that's tapping into their own psychic abilities - but a defense contractor is out to exploit their powers.
Written by Jamie Delano & Various Art by David Lloyd & Various Cover by Brian BollandIn this new volume collecting HELLBLAZER #23-33, a twist of fate sends John Constantine into the path of a serial killer called the Family Man, who forces the con man mage to make a shattering choice.
Written by Jamie Delano, Garth Ennis Art by Sean Phillips & Various Cover by Dave JohnsonThis new edition of a classic HELLBLAZER collection features several tales never before collected, including a look at John Constantine's rough and tumble childhood and the beginnings of his unique skills. Then, in early stories from PREACHER writer Garth Ennis, John Constantine is dying. As a sorcerer literally haunted by the demons of his past, John is no stranger to mystic bedevilment or supernatural horror. But it's his chain smoking that ultimately brings death to Constantine's door. Collecting HELLBLAZER #34-46.
(W) Garth Ennis & John Smith (A) Steve Dillon & Will Simpson (CA) Rafael AlbuquerqueFrom PREACHER writer Garth Ennis, it's a new edition of a classic HELLBLAZER title collecting issues #47-61. Includes a special Christmas, plus Constantine's battle against the demon Calibraxis and more!
Written by Garth Ennis Art by Steve Dillon Cover by Francesco FrancavillaJohn Constantine celebrates his fortieth birthday alongside his friends Swamp Thing and Zatanna but soon finds himself at his lowest point ever. Drunk and homeless, John must pull himself together if he is going to survive against the King of the Vampires. Collecting HELLBLAZER #62-71, HELLBLAZER SPECIAL #1 and a story from VERTIGO JAM #1.
(W) Garth Ennis (A) Steve Dillon & Various (CA) Cliff ChiangJohn Constantine heads toward a final showdown with a revenge-crazed Satan during a raging race riot! While trying to save his remaining friends, Constantine has a final reunion with his lost love Kit. Collects HELLBLAZER #78-83 plus HEARTLAND #1
Written by Mike Carey; Art and cover by Leonardo MancoAn amazing softcover edition of the epic horror story written by Mike Carey with stunningly visceral art by Leonardo Manco. When a mysterious worldwide plague puts millions of people into deadly comas - including Chas Chandler's granddaughter, Tricia - Earth's foremost expert on the bizarre, John Constantine, steps in with the "cure."
Written by PETER MILLIGANArt by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI, SIMON BISLEY and STEFANO LANDINICover by SIMON BISLEYHaunted by memories of striking Epiphany, John cuts off his thumb and enlists help from Shade the Changing Man. Plus: Old friends and demon foes converge for the royal wedding of the century when the U.K.'s perpetual bachelor gets hitched! Collecting issues #267-275.
Written by SI SPENCER; Art and cover by SEAN MURPHYWhen John Constantine is run over by a truck, it takes a little while for England's nicotine-fueled magus to realize that he's perched between life and death. After a few weeks of hospital rehab, Constantine finds the London streets very different from when he left them behind as a series of occult murders and mutilations demands his attention. The common denominator points back to the ER where Constantine was admitted. Collecting the 5-issue miniseries! Also included: "Another Bloody Christmas," a tale by Dave Gibbons originally presented in VERTIGO WINTER'S EDGE #3.
by Ennis, Simpson, Pennington, Sutton Reprinting Hellblazer #41-46. This TP tells the story of John Constantine's fight against his own impending death, brought about not by magic or the machinations of Heaven or Hell - but rather by lung cancer. Mature Readers. SC, 7x10, 160pg, FC
Written by Peter Milligan Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli & Various Cover by Simon BisleyIn this title collecting issues #292-300 and HELLBLAZER ANNUAL #1, a series of murders sends Constantine to Ireland in search of his long-lost nephew. But after a séance with his late sister, Constantine finds that there might be more connections between his nephew and the murders than meets the eye
Written by Peter Milligan Cover by Simon BisleyWhen Gemma Masters auctions off her uncle's signature trench coat, she sets off a horrific chain of events in the life of John Constantine. Bleeding apartment walls, a flatulent demon, a suspicious angel and an old adversary await Constantine as he races to find the coat before it sends him back to Hell! Collected from HELLBLAZER #283-291.
by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon Reprinting Hellblazer #62-67. John Constantine causes the downfall of an archangel, suffers a devastating break-up with his girlfriend, and carouses his way through his fortieth birthday party - where Swamp Thing turns up as a surprise guest. Mature Readers. SC, FC
Written by Jamie Delano, art by Mark Buckingham, Richard Piers Rayner and others, cover by Phil Hale.In The Fear Machine, collecting Hellblazer #14-22, Constantine looks for a way to reconnect to humanity -- but how can such a man ever find inner peace? Constantine finds himself encamped with a new-age pagan group that's tapping into their own psychic abilities -- but a defense contractor is out to exploit their powers. Is the company's aim just political, or is it something much more sinister?
Written by Brian Azzarello; art by Marcelo Frusin, Guy Davis, and Steve Dillon; cover by Tim Bradstreet Reprinting issues #157-163 of the series, HELLBLAZER: FREEZES OVER collects the "...Freezes Over" storyline illustrated by Marcelo Frusin (HELLBLAZER: GOOD INTENTIONS) as well as the one-shot "... And Buried?" illustrated by Steve Dillon (PREACHER) and the 2-part "Lapdogs and Englishmen" illustrated by Guy Davis (SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE). In these three episodes, after another unwelcome meeting with FBI Agent Turro, Constantine continues his journey through America's back roads.
Written by Mike Carey; Art by Leonardo Manco and Frazer Irving; Cover by Tim BradstreetCollecting HELLBLAZER #207-215! One of Constantine's blunders proves disastrous for a loved one, forcing him to ally himself with the last person he would choose. The path Constantine finds himself on leads directly to Hell, where he must confront the dread demon Nergal, Constantine's longtime adversary.
by Brian Azzarello & Marcelo Frusin It's time for Constantine to pay his respects to 'Lucky' Fermin's kin out in the hills of West Virginia, and tell them exactly what went wrong with his death. But in the little town of Doglick, WV, Constantine finds things happening that not even he could expect, and also discovers that whether he likes it or not, he's involved in them as well
up to his neck. Reprints Hellblazer #151-156. Mature Readers. SC, 7x10, 144pg, FC
Written by Brian Azzarello; art by Marcelo Frusin, Giuseppe Camuncoli and Cameron Stewart; cover by Tim Bradstreet. Collecting all of Eisner Award-winning writer Brian Azzarello's remaining issues of HELLBLAZER (#164-174), this hefty 264-page trade paperback brings to a shattering finale John Constantine's arduous trek across America and answers the burning questions that put him on the road in the first place. This volume features two complete story arcs "Highwater" and "Ashes & Dust" each illustrated by Marcelo Frusin. Also included are two one-shots: "A Fresh Coat of Red Paint" (with art by Guiseppe Camuncoli) and "Chasing Demons" (with art by Cameron Stewart).
Written by PETER MILLIGANArt by SIMON BISLEY, GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI & STEFANO LANDINICover by SIMON BISLEYIn this collection featuring issues #256-260, John Constantine goes to extremes to get his ex-girlfriend back. But will he sink to a new low by using a love potion?
Written by Andy DiggleArt by Leonardo MancoCover by Lee Bermejo In this volume collecting HELLBLAZER #230-237 by fan-favorite writer Andy Diggle, Constantine discovers that there is a supernatural cause for the violence, crime and drug abuse of South London's Hunger Hill housing estate, and he must bring this cycle of misery and violence to an end...at any cost.
Written by JAMIE DELANO; Art and cover by JOCK"Stylish . . . unnerving." - PUBLISHERS WEEKLYThe acclaimed original graphic novel, now in paperback!When an alluring Muslim woman catches John Constantine's eye, she also brings trouble clattering to his doorstep: a bombing in a London museum, mysterious ancient Sumerian artifacts, a terrifying creature running rampant with renegade intentions...To save his life and freedom, Constantine embarks on a desperate trail blazing from the back streets of London to the detainment centers and battlegrounds of contemporary Iraq - where the man who's seen everything will witness a modern-day horror unlike anything he could ever have imagined. HELLBLAZER: PANDEMONIUM brings original HELLBLAZER writer Jamie Delano together with fan-favorite artist Jock to tell a tale about war and terror in a horror story tailor-made for the 21st century.
Written by PETER MILLIGANArt by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI, STEFANO LANDINI and SIMON BISLEYCover by SIMON BISLEYPublished by DC VertigoConstantine's new wife is less than happy that he's missing a thumb, leading him on a quest to find a suitable replacement for his missing digit. While he tries to literally sew himself back together, his niece, Gemma, plots dark revenge against her uncle. Will Constantine be able to fend off his own kin's demonic fury? Collecting issues #276-282.
Written by Simon OliverArt by Goran SudzukaCover by Glenn FabryCollecting the entire five-issue miniseries! With John Constantine away on holiday, cabbie Francis "Chas" Chandler must rely on "The Knowledge" - the system of routes every London cabbie knows - to face an ominous entity from the citys grim past.
Written by Mike CareyArt by Leonardo Manco, Giuseppe Camuncoli and othersCollecting issues #201-206 of the signature Vertigo series. Follow John Constantine as he tries desperately to control the damage wrought by his demon-spawned children on the world at large - as well as on his friends and family.
Written by Mike Carey; Art by Steve Dillon and Marcelo Frusin; A new trade paperback collecting issues #175-180 of the flagship VERTIGO series! In pursuit of his runaway niece Gemma, Constantine faces a crew that thinks they can use her as a goad to make him do their bidding. But Constantine has never been known for taking orders or for his forgiving nature.
Written by Peter Milligan, Art by Eddie Campbell, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Goran Sudzuka, Stefano Landini and Rodney Ramos, Cover by Lee BermejoThe first HELLBLAZER collection from writer Peter Milligan! Whats the bizarre link behind a horrifying skin condition affecting Constantine, his new girlfriend and a bloody union strike from twelve years ago? Find out in this title collecting HELLBLAZER #251-255 and a story from #250.
Written by Jason Aaron & Various Art by Sean Murphy & Various Cover by Tim BradstreetIn these stories, John Constantine faces school violence, a desperate, occult family and more. Plus: A group of documentary filmmakers tries to find out what happened to the punk band led by Constantine that met a mysterious end. Collects HELLBLAZER #144, 145, 245, 246, the gala issue #250 and VERTIGO RESURRECTED: HELLBLAZER - SHOOT #1.
A new trade paperback collecting HELLBLAZER #129-133, written by PREACHER co-creator Garth Ennis with art by WAR STORY's John Higgins. John Constantine's pulled a lot of shady stunts over the years, but perhaps none as bad as the time he "resurrected" organized crime boss Harry Cooper's 5-year-old son, Ronnie. Now, 15 years later, he's got to deal with the ungodly consequences of his actions as the now-adult Ronnie prepares to bring an unprecedented evil into the world.
Written by Mike Carey; Art by Leonardo Manco, Chris Brunner, Marcelo Frusin and Steve Dillon; Cover by Tim BradstreetCollecting HELLBLAZER #194-200, STATIONS OF THE CROSS finds John Constantine in the aftermath of the near-apocalypse he unwittingly caused, alone and with no memory of his identity or history. But the Hellblazer still has his usual luck, and soon enough he's being hunted by man and demon alike and about to make the worst mistake of his long, blood-soaked life.