John Constantine Takes A Trip Through Faerie Land And It’s Scarier Than It Sounds In ‘Constantine: The Hellblazer’ #10 [Exclusive]
When you think about John Constantine, you probably imagine his more sinister, conniving feats of magic, like that time he tricked the devil himself into drinking holy water, or that time that he tricked three other devils into curing him of cancer, or that time that he somehow managed to not look like a complete dork while wearing a trenchcoat and smirking for something like thirty years. What you don't think about, I assume, is that he might be in life-threatening danger from a magical land of fairies where a pegasus bleeds rainbows.
That's exactly what happens in Constantine: The Hellblazer #10, by Ming Doyle, James Tynion IV, Travel Foreman, Joseph Silver, Ivan Plascencia, and Tom Napolitano. The book finds everyone's favorite magician on his own in a world full of tinkerbells (tinkers bell? Let's go with tinkerbells), being hunted down by his arch-nemeses. Check out a preview below, but be warned: There is explicit pegasus violence involved.
And here's the official solicitation:
CONSTANTINE: THE HELLBLAZER #10
Written by MING DOYLE and JAMES TYNION IV
Art by TRAVEL FOREMAN and JOSEPH SILVER
Cover by RILEY ROSSMO
On sale MARCH 9 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T+
The demonic mogul Neron’s plans come to fruition as New York City becomes a one-stop shop for any and all kinds of magic, open to the public and completely unregulated. But John Constantine is trapped in the one place he hoped he’d never go: the magical realm of Faerie, home to tricksters so skilled that even the Hellblazer can’t bluff his way home in time to save humanity from itself.