Sandman Presents (1999 mini-series) #1-3 [SET] — Volume 01: Love Street

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In late 1960s London, a teenaged John Constantine becomes entangled with a group of occultist friends living on Love Street.

Constantine’s chance encounter with a new friend, Ollie, and their involvement with a beautiful young girl named Pamela, eventually lead the friends to an occult garden party that is somehow related to Morpheus the Dream King’s imprisonment in the Waking World.

Now as an adult, Ollie is haunted by dreams of terrible events from the past.

Pamela’s final fate in the present once again draws together the adult Ollie and Constantine, as they try to understand and defeat, the demonic forces that possessed their friend in the 1960s.

This three-issue mini-series provides a fascinating glimpse of Hellblazer’s John Constantine as a young boy, at a time when he was still just building his knowledge of the arcane.

 

 

Collecting the three-issue mini-series. 

 

 

Sandman Presents: Love Street (1999 mini-series) #1 (of 3)
By Peter Hogan & Michael Zulli / Vince Locke. 
A run-away named Olli is befriended by none other than a young John Constantine, and with him enters into a world of the occult.
Sandman Presents: Love Street (1999 mini-series) #2 (of 3)
By Peter Hogan & Michael Zulli / Vince Locke. 
A teenaged John Constantine (Hellblazer) has a life-changing adventure in a miniseries connected to Morpheus' imprisonment in the Waking World. On the eve of their dear friend's passing, HELLBLAZER'S John Constantine meets up with Ollie, an old mate from his teenager days. United by their awareness of a sinister magical threat, they take a trip down memory lane to uncover the terrifying events of the fateful 1968 occult garden party where the location of the imprisoned Lord Morpheus remained unknown to all but one vagabond dream whose brash ambitions had dire consequences in the Waking World and beyond.
Sandman Presents: Love Street (1999 mini-series) #3 (of 3)
By Peter Hogan & Michael Zulli / Vince Locke. 
In 1968, a ghostly apparition of the imprisoned Lord Morpheus points to further clues about the demon-like force that possessed young John Constantine's (Hellblazer) dear friend Pamela. Decades later, after Pamela's death unleashes that same spectral force, Constantine grimly prepares for an occult battle whose outcome depends on Constantine's old mate Ollie stopping John from making a grave mistake.