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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.

Written by Peter Milligan
Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli & Stefano Landini
Cover by Simon Bisley

Price: $2.99
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  1. 3 ISSUES LEFT ! Im so sad.

  2. So sad is true, one of the greatest comic runs of all time , hellblazer is like pizza and sex, even when it’s not that great which is rare, you still enjoy having it…

  3. Just why doesn’t quality sell books? I don’t get it. What’s wrong with humanity?

    • Most of humanity’s definition of ‘quality’ isn’t what you’re hoping. It bums me out as well. Every book I like these days seems to die an unnaturally early death. And as soon as I’m doing a happy dance that Shade is appearing in a book again, they send him back to the area of madness unceremoniously. I give up.

  4. Sometimes i wonder if the book has been to good, there has been no “hey this book is getting really good again!’ No amazing creative team swap ups (not that the current team ain’t great, just in terms of drawing attention to the book.)

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