John Constantine, Hellblazer: The Family Man

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DC Comics, 2008 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 205 pages
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"John Constantine has seen more than his fair share of supernatural horrors, yet somehow the street sorcerer has always survived. Time and again he's proved that no matter what Heaven or Hell throws at him, at the end of the day he can handle it. But what about the all-natural horror that lurks inside the darkest human hearts? When a visit to an eccentric old friend takes a turn for the terrifying, Constantine makes a gruesome discovery that leads him into the orbit of a brutal serial killer-- a psychopath whose modus operandi is the murder of loving parents and innocent children, earning him the morbid moniker of the Family Man. Driven to stop the slayings at any cost, Constantine finds himself in a twisted game of cat and mouse, switching back and forth between the roles of hunter and prey. Can he bring himself to take a life in order to save the lives of others? Or will his flesh and blood be the next to go under the Family Man's knife?"--Cover, P. [4].

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Review: Hellblazer: The Family Man (Hellblazer Original TPB #4)

User Review  - AJW - Goodreads

I enjoyed this story and there are some clever touches as Constantine & Family Man engage in a slow cat and mouse hunt. But who's the cat and who's the mouse? This is an eerie psychological tale ... Read full review

Review: Hellblazer: The Family Man (Hellblazer Original TPB #4)

User Review  - Metagion - Goodreads

Stories about Constantine's search for a serial killer known as the "Family Man". Not bad as stories go, but kind of dated (set in the very late 80s early 90s, England). Rated M. Read full review

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