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Hellblazer #119
HB119
Story title(s)
'Undertow'
Script
Art
Sean Phillips
Colours
James Sinclair (colours), Digital Chameleon (separations)
Letters
Clem Robins
Editor
Cover date
November 1997
Collected in
Previous issue

John Constantine: Hellblazer #119 (November 1997) Across time and space, every human disaster that ever occurred converges on a single, doomed aeroplane. This is of special importance to Constantine, since his astral body trapped aboard. And what of Dani's goldfish?

Plot summaryEdit

John Constantine has a very bad day. Starting with a painful accident in the bathroom, followed by a near self inflicted amputation, leading into the discovery that Dani's fish - which were left in his care by the woman herself - had died. As if all that wasn't bad enough, John has an encounter with some dog excrement and a particularly sarky pet shop owner before having his day turned upside down.

Making his way home with Dani's replacement fish, John appears to become a focal point for the 'generic disaster' - be it a sinking boat or a collapsing mineshaft. Constantine finds his spiritual form aboard a plane, the passengers on which are all (dead) victims of previous disaster, Conjob is forced to watch helplessly as the plane plunges to it's inevitable destruction. As John returns to his physical body, he drops the unfortunate replacement fish - causing them to suffer the same fate as their predecessors.

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