John Constantine, Hellblazer: Dangerous Habits

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DC Comics, 1991 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 160 pages
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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 front door. John Constantine has lung cancer. Though condemned to hell, Constantine continues to laugh in the face of this all-too-serious world. Despite it preternatural overtones, this story is actually a down-to-earth tale about life, death, and the little details in between.

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Review: Hellblazer, Vol. 6: Bloodlines (Hellblazer New Editions #6)

User Review  - sixthreezy - Goodreads

I love the art in these Hellblazer collections but damn are they hard to get through at such a volume. Lots of writing and lots of story and inner monologue. Think I may skip the rest and just continue on with Constantine of New 52. Read full review

Review: Hellblazer, Vol. 6: Bloodlines (Hellblazer New Editions #6)

User Review  - Phil Lewis - Goodreads

These stories just keep getting better. Read full review


the beginning of the end
a drop of the hard stuff
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About the author (1991)

Garth Ennis, a critically acclaimed writer from " "Northern Ireland " ," has been working in the comic book industry for over 20 years, and is most easily recognized as the creator of PREACHER and long-time contributor to Marvel's PUNISHER.? Perhaps his greatest success in recent years has been CROSSED, a horror survival series published by Avatar Press, in which the world has been overrun by sadistic homicidal maniacs.? The CROSSED property has been optioned for film by Kevin Spacey's Trigger Street Productions.

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