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A second collection celebrating the release of the Warner Bros. Pictures film Constantine, in theaters in February! CONSTANTINE: THE HELLBLAZER COLLECTION collects the official 64-page VERTIGO adaptation of the film along with three classic issues of JOHN CONSTANTINE: HELLBLAZER. Included are issue #11, which kicked off VERTIGO's longest-running series and set the tone for the character; #27, which brought SANDMAN creator Neil Gaiman and his longtime artistic collaborator Dave McKean to the title with a haunting story of fear and loneliness; and #41, which opens the "Dangerous Habits" storyline with Constantine discovering that he has lung cancer in "The Beginning of the End."

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Hold Me... and then let go. 0

This book is the movie-it and it is the best example of my the comics are better.    It really only collects the movie adapation and the Neil Gaiman guest written issue  # 27 - Hold Me. The other two issues are to how how the movie was inspired, but being randomly tossed in without the full arc they are wasted paper.  It is sad that the movie was changed so much compared to the comics.  Hellblazer is a cult book and then Vertigo changes what makes it cult, to make it mainstream.  Ho...

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