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A dead homeless man is wandering around London! But John Constantine has his own problems in this hard-to-find stand-alone issue, which brought SANDMAN creator Neil Gaiman and his longtime artistic collaborator Dave McKean to the title for a haunting story of fear and loneliness.

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"It's all right" we whisper. "I'm here. I love you." and we lie.. 0

Jamie Delano's run on Hellblazer did feature guest writers such as Grant Morrison and Neil Gaiman.  Gaiman followed Morrison in the order of things and Gaiman brought along his buddy Dave McKean who also has done a few covers for Delano's run.  Like Delano, Gaiman is one of Alan Moore's torchbearers and  with John Constantine being Alan Moore's greatest creation, it is nice to see an exclusive John Constantine story penned by Gaiman and not one where John is featured with the Endless or teaching...

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