Expert occultist John Constantine returns for a new ongoing Black Label series from Si Spurrier and Aaron Campbell this fall.
From Vertigo's longest-running title to Justice League Dark hero and Legend of Tomorrow, here are some of the best Hellblazer stories for new readers.
John Constantine will receive his own ongoing series after joining the Sandman Universe in a one-shot this fall.
Wearing Constantine's signature trench coat, singer/songwriter Sting announced he's writing the foreword for Hellblazer's 30th-anniversary collection.
Why has San Francisco put a big smile on John Constantine's face? DC Comics' The Hellblazer #17 by Richard Kadrey & Davide Fabbri.
Another one of John’s magician friends has died, and he wants revenge… DC Comics' The Hellblazer #16 by Richard Kadrey & Davide Fabbri.
Will being a better man than he used to be matter in Constantine's confrontation with Marid? DC's The Hellblazer #12 by Simon Oliver & Davide Fabbri.
Constantine thought about taking an old frenemy’s advice, but Paris has bistros & wine… DC Comics' The Hellblazer #11 by Simon Oliver & Davide Fabbri.
John Constantine has a lead on the missing journal, but has Misabel created a false trail? DC's The Hellblazer #10 by Simon Oliver & Davide Fabbri.
John Constantine goes all magician on us and Paris may never be the same again! DC Comics' The Hellblazer #8 by Simon Oliver & Philip Tan.
Constantine once heard a ghost story in a bar, maybe the old man wasn’t just telling tales… DC Comics' The Hellblazer #7 by Simon Oliver & Philip Tan.
In London, Marid is selling the assembled underworld on his plans for humanity. DC Comics' The Hellblazer #6 by Simon Oliver & Pia Guerra.
It turns out that Chas’s gangster trouble may be John’s best opportunity to defeat the djinn! DC Comics' The Hellblazer #4 by Simon Oliver & Moritat.
Among all of the tributes flowing in from the comics community following the artist's death, one word rings out: "storyteller."
With DC launching a new volume of "Hellblazer" during Rebirth, CBR looks at the greatest stories from the first volume of the seminal series.
After the show spent months lingering in limbo, "Constantine" has officially been cancelled, according to showrunner Daniel Cerone.
A new rumor contends executives are considering shifting the struggling supernatural drama to Syfy and renaming it Hellblazer.
Join CBR as we break down the reasons "Constantine," one of the best horror shows to hit television in years, needs to return for a second season.