|Hellblazer: Fear and Loathing (1997) [Graphic Novel]|
by Garth Ennis
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(From the publisher):
From the writer and artist of PREACHER, John Constantine is a cynical, hard drinking chain smoking Brit who's been around the block a few times and occasionally saved the world with his magical savvy. In this volume, Constantine must prevent his young niece from following in his mystic footsteps, cope with his own 40th birthday, attended by Swamp Thing and other mystical guests, and engineer the fall from heaven.
Garth Ennis brings a fresh, in-your-face attitude to the character of John Constantine, a part-time occultist who gets into more trouble than he prevents. If you like sneaky, underhanded deals that often go awry, check out this second collection of comics stories by Ennis. This tale is from the same creative force behind the Preacher series.
Illustrated by Steve Dillon.
Original title: Hellblazer: Fear and Loathing
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Graphic Novels