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The fourth of six self-contained stories written by Warren Ellis (THE AUTHORITY, TRANSMETROPOLITAN) and illustrated by a surprising array of artists features two very different ghost stories. In "Setting Sun," illustrated by Javier Pulido, Constantine may be the only hope of absolution for the restless spirit of a Japanese surgeon guilty of ungodly atrocities. And in "One Last Love Song," illustrated by James Romberger (FLINCH), a late-night pub crawl takes an unforeseen twist.

Reprinted in: Hellblazer : Setting Sun (2004)

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Telling Tales or making Magick? 0

This is the final 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.      At this point of Warren Ellis run Haunted and the rest of the stories (With the exception of Shoot which would not see print for over 10 years of censorship issues) should of been read.  The reader at this point should have an understanding of the layering throughout Ellis run, the definition of Magick being "th...

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