By Garth Ennis (writer), Will Simpson, Steve Dillon and Glenn Fabry with Mike Barreiro and Kim DeMulder (artists)
Published by DC Comics/Vertigo
Originally released December 2007
Cover price: $19.99
Format: Soft cover, color, standard-size
Synopsis from publisher:
Collecting two pivotal storylines and a one-shot from acclaimed writer Garth Ennis. Reprinting HELLBLAZER #49 (featuring a very special Constantine Christmas), #52-55 (“Royal Blood,” which pits Constantine against the demon Calibraxis), and #59-61 (“Guys and Dolls,” which sets the stage for the final showdown between Constantine and the First of the Fallen).
This is the sixth collection of the Hellblazer comic book series. This is the second collection of Garth Ennis’ run on the series. All reprinted material was written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Will Simpson except for issue #49, which was illustrated by Steve Dillon. Mike Barreiro and Kim DeMulder provided inks for issues #59 and 60. Barreiro inked all of issue #61. Glenn Fabry painted the cover to this publication. It originally appeared as the cover to Hellblazer #61.
This collection skips over several issues of Garth Ennis’ run on the series. Preceding this collection are issues #47, drawn by Will Simpson and Stan Woch, and #48, drawn by Mike Hoffman and Stan Woch. Following the Christmas story are issues #50 and 51, with art by Will Simpson and Sean Phillips, respectively. Steve Dillon returned for issues #57 and 58. These six issues have yet to be collected or reprinted. Artist David Lloyd illustrated issue #56, which was reprinted in John Constantine: Hellblazer – Rare Cuts.
- Hellblazer #49 (1992)
- Hellblazer #52 (1992)
- Hellblazer #53 (1992)
- Hellblazer #54 (1992)
- Hellblazer #55 (1992)
- Hellblazer #59 (1992)
- Hellblazer #60 (1992)
- Hellblazer #61 (1993)
Posted on June 14, 2008, in DC Comics/Vertigo, Graphic Novel Database, Hellblazer and tagged DC Comics, Garth Ennis, Glenn Fabry, graphic novel, Hellblazer, John Constantine, Kim DeMulder, Mike Barreiro, Steve Dillon, trade paperback, Vertigo, Will Simpson. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.