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John Constantine

Hellblazer Vol 1 (GN): Marks of Woe

Si Spurrier Aaron Campbell



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DC Comics
21 December 2020
One of DC's most iconic characters--John Contantine, Hellblazer--is back the way you remember him, and now a part of the Sandman Universe, in this brand-new series!

John Constantine is back in London, back to his old tricks--and just in time, as things have become very dark indeed in his old stomping grounds. A small-time gang lord has found himself dealing with a big-time outbreak of supernatural weirdness...and, without any allies to call on and nothing left to call his own, John doesn't have much choice about taking a paycheck from one of London's worst, or accepting the help of one of the gang lord's would-be foot soldiers. But what should be an open-and-shut exorcism turns out to be nothing but...and madness is just getting started!

The original Constantine is back in this series from Si Spurrier (The Dreaming) and Aaron Campbell (Infidel), with nothing to his name but decades of bad memories and an unearned second chance. How, exactly, will he squander it? There's only one way to find out...

Collects The Sandman Universe Presents- Hellblazer #1 and John Constantine- Hellblazer #1-5.
By:   Si Spurrier
Illustrated by:   Aaron Campbell
Imprint:   DC Comics
Country of Publication:   United States
Weight:   367g
ISBN:   9781779502896
ISBN 10:   1779502893
Series:   John Constantine: Hellblazer
Pages:   144
Publication Date:   21 December 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Si Spurrier is a seasoned comics and prose writer at both mainstream and independent publishers, in the U.S. and UK (2000 AD). He has written for Marvel and DC (Suicide Squad, X-Men Legacy) and has several creator-owned fantasy and sci-fi books at Image (Cry Havoc, Angelic). He made his DC Vertigo debut in January 2018 with Motherlands, and has been a pivotal part of DC's Sandman Universe since its launch in 2018. His prose works range from the beatnik neurosis-noir of Contract to the occult whodunit A Serpent Uncoiled. @olmancampbell

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