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The third of six self-contained stories illustrated by a surprising array of artists, "The Crib," featuring rare sequential art by cover artist Tim Bradstreet. A sculpture made out of the body parts of an antiquities smuggler. A bent cop who has been on fire for three years, unable to be extinguished. A criminal gang found fused with the walls of a back alley warehouse. These grisly, twisted fates are all connected. Somewhere in New York City, a twisted neonate of appalling power writhes in a mock crib, and it's up to John Constantine to find it before it strikes again.

1. Setting Sun (with Chas)

2. One Last Love Song (with Emma)

Both stories reprinted in: Hellblazer : Setting Sun (2004)

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This is the third issue of what was supposed to be 6-self contained stories where Warren Ellis explores Horror humans make Verses Magick and the reality of it.      Two short stories are presented in this issue: The Setting Sun, which is a story about the ghost of a Japanese man needing to move on to the next world.  John Constantine must help to exorcise this ghost.  The Second story is a love settler to past loves in John Constantine's life.   The Setting Sun story is one of my least favor...

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