by Tim Bradstreet
“It’s just the way of it, son. We all sell our souls sooner or later.” ~ Hellblazer #79, Rake at the Gates of Hell, Part 2 by Garth Ennis
That’s my boy. May his Vertigo version rest in peace.
Written by PETER MILLIGAN
Art by GUISEPPE CAMUNCOLI and STEFANO LANDINI
Cover by SIMON BISLEY
On sale NOVEMBER 21 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • MATURE READERS
Hungry ghosts, tainted fairies and a mother’s lively corpse converge in Ireland as John Constantine uncovers the serial killer’s identity and the terrible truth about his nephew Finn’s beautiful wife. “The Curse of the Constantines” reaches its conclusion, and there’s nothing W.B. Yeats can do about it.
Oh gosh. I might have to read this, even if it’s terrible. If it somehow manages to avoid “he thinks she’s a wonderful woman but she’s actually an evil slut” narrative, I’ll be more than happy.
John Constantine, Hellblazer: The Devil’s Trench Coat, written by Peter Milligan; art by Giuseppe Camuncoli, Stefano Landini, and Gael Bertrand; cover by Simon Bisley