This collection represents the earliest adventures of the tortured antihero John Constantine, who faces both supernatural and man-made horrors in this great volume. Written by Jamie Delano, with art by John Ridgway and Alfredo Alcala, Constantine is portaryed as an unconcerned, somewhat amoral occultist with a British working-class background.
This is an excellent place to start the adventures of the somewhat amoral occult dabbler and psychic detective.
Get out the Marlboro Lights and head for Newcastle!
Collects ‘Hellblazer’ #1-9.
Written by Matthew Rosenberg, We Can Never Go Home is the story of two teenagers, a mixtape, a stolen car, a fully loaded .45, strange abilities, dead drug dealers, and Read more
A Batman who laughs is a Batman who always wins. The mastermind behind Dark Nights: Metal, Scott Snyder, gives you a look inside the most terrifying version of Batman ever! Read more
Based on the phenomenally popular Instagram comic, a hilariously perceptive and hugely addictive look at an alien world not unlike our own... From the mind of New York Times-bestselling author Nathan Read more
Space, the final frontier... and on that frontier and beyond, humans and aliens alike need medical care. Enter Leonard McCoy, Doctor of Space Medicine, late of the U.S.S. Enterprise. This Read more
Resonant and fiercely authentic. This timely, critically acclaimed and award-winning modern classic is now a powerful graphic novel from Laurie Halse Anderson and Emily Carroll. 'I said no.' Melinda is Read more
When the children of Archer's Peak—a sleepy town in the heart of America—begin to go missing, everything seems hopeless. Most children never return, but the ones that do have terrible Read more
Created by Tappei Nagatsuki and Daichi Matsuse, Re:ZERO: Starting Life in Another World, debuted in 2014 and has recently been adapted into anime. In Vol. 1: A Day in the Read more
"The Bardo Score" finale! John Constantine's latest foray into detective work is getting uglier every moment. Bodies are falling, there's a gun pointed at him, and the stupid grin on Read more
New York, New York it's one HELL of a town! John Constantine returns beaten and broken from his English excursion to find his adopted American home in magical peril. A Read more
The second year of the Sandman Universe begins with the long-awaited arrival of one of DC's most iconic characters...John Constantine, Hellblazer! He's cheated death and damnation more times than he Read more
In John Constantine Hellblazer #3, John has found the cause of the magical madness slaughtering gang members on Peckham Rye...and it's just one guy! How hard can it be to stop Read more
In John Constantine Hellblazer #1, John Constantine is back in London, back to his old tricks-and just in time, as things have become very dark indeed in his old stomping Read more
From the twisted and endlessly innovative mind of fan favourite writer Warren Ellis (The Authority, Transmetropolitan) and artist John Cassaday comes Planetary: The Fourth Man, an all-new foray into other Read more
Nothing about Saitama passes the eyeball test when it comes to superheroes, from his lifeless expression to his bald head to his unimpressive physique. However, this average-looking guy has a Read more
Both volumes of the New York Times bestselling The Graveyard Book Graphic Novel are now available in a single-volume paperback edition! Each chapter in this adaptation by P. Craig Russell--now combined into one splendid Read more
Debuting as both enemy and ally of the Werewolf by Night, Moon Knight's three personalities equalled one eerie adventure after another by Moench, Miller and more! Earning enemies like the Read more
Written and drawn by Bryan Lee O'Malley, Lost At Sea follows Raleigh - a girl who doesn’t have a soul. A cat stole it - or at least that’s what she tells Read more
Mutants are the future, and the future begins now! Superstar writer Jonathan Hickman (Infinity, Secret Wars) takes the reigns of the X-Men universe with artists Pepe Larraz and RB Silva Read more
It’s been months since Dr. Harleen Quinzel began interviewing criminals at Arkham Asylum, and she’s having strange dreams about one of them in particular: The Joker. What starts off as Read more