Thanks to all of the creators who took time out of their schedules to speak about their work on Hellblazer.
Taken from a forgotten issue of Wizard, this excerpt reveals
the story behind John Constantine's creation and the eerie events which
later transpired in an English sandwich bar.
From the 'On The Ledge' column which appeared in Vertigo comics dated October 1993. Garth
Ennis offers his opinions on what true horror is all about.
Garth Ennis brought John Constantine about as low as he could go and when he left
the title to start work on the creator owned Preacher, many feared for the future of
HellBlazer. Paul Jenkins rose to the occasion - giving the readers
a more mature Constantine - as well as paying respect to all that had gone before.
Paul took time out to answer the following during September of 1997.
There's a common held perception that fans are nearly impossible to please.
When this site hosted a survey to determine who the readers would most like to write HellBlazer, Warren
Ellis emerged as a clear favourite. Near the end of January 1998, it was announced that
Warren had signed on as the new writer of HellBlazer - four days later he answered the following questions...
John Constantine appeals to something in all of us - 'k so it's something dark
and nasty but it's there none the less. Peter Hogan is another of
the 2000 AD crew set to write the English con-man come magus.