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Magic Book 5 K views. Me Black Magic Massage 3. Magic book 01 K views. MNF Magic book 1 MNF Magic Book 5 She attempts to attract a fairy in the hope that they will grant her wish, but when she succeeds in drawing the Amadan to her, she accidentally challenges him to a contest to see who is the greatest fool.

Knowing something of the Fair Folk from her grandmother, Molly knows that if she eats Faerie food she will never be able to return home: Instead, she attempts to grow her own real food, her efforts attracting the attention of the Faeries, and her stubbornness attracting the ire of Titania: The trick backfires, though, as Molly's anger transforms her into "the burning girl", who cuts a swathe of destruction across Faerie with a horse named Prince.

Tim, meanwhile, is living rough on the streets when he is taken in by a homeless magician who knew his father.

The magician provides the proper environment for Tim to let his tattoo come alive and leave him: Tim is about to accept the moth back onto his heart when the magician distracts him, but the tattoo still manages to return to his arm.

Following his experience, Tim decides that what he needs is a mentor to teach him about magic and sets off for America to find Zatanna. At Los Angeles airport, he meets the succubus Leah who has moved to the city to become a model.

She convinces Tim to travel with her, and accompanies him out into the desert on a camping trip. In the night, Leah disguises herself as Molly and tries to sleep with Tim: Tim kisses Leah, and the two continue where they left off.

In the morning, however, the two become trapped in the world of a dying mermaid and Leah has to take the mermaid's place to save Tim.

Tim wakes in the real world and continues on his journey without a second thought for the succubus.

Tim continues his travels across America, until he somehow ends up trapped on an island on the outskirts of Faerie. He manages to escape the island with the help of Huon the Small, the first King of Faerie.

Huon and Tim travel into the heart of Faerie. Molly and Prince have been joined by Titania's otherwise loyal flitling Yarrow, and have decimated the kingdom.

Worse, Molly manages to unenchant Prince to reveal that he is in fact Titania's son and the heir to the throne: Prince has spent most of his life in Hell, given to the lords there in payment of a tithe originally agreed by Huon.

In truth, Faerie is not a kingdom of its own, but part of Hell that Lucifer offered to the Fair Folk when they first left the Mundane World.

Lucifer's will and belief created the realm. In revealing Prince's true nature - which Titania had attempted to hide to stop the Lords of Hell discovering that he had escaped home - Molly brings the armies of Hell to Faerie, demanding reparation or battle.

In the midst of all this, the fair folk have lost their own will, belief and reason for being in the Fairie. Without such belief, the realm and all who are in it start becoming undone by something known as "the Leveler".

Battle is temporarily averted when the Lords of Hell learn of the Leveller's presence and seek to escape. The flitling Yarrow saves Fairie: There is much celebration and as Tim and Molly are reunited, Titania tempers her curse as best she can: Molly's feet will no longer touch the ground and she will always have Faerie food to eat, so she can return to the mundane world with Tim.

Returning to Tim doesn't make Molly as happy as she hoped: His obsession with magic causes Tim to ignore everything else, including Molly's growing sadness and even the fact that her feet don't touch the floor.

Zatanna tries to teach Tim to open his eyes, but in the end has no choice but to help Molly. As Molly learns of Tim's night with Leah - sad that he didn't think enough of her to tell her the truth - she breaks up with him, using a charm given to her by Zatanna to return home to her family.

At first, she berates him for his inability to connect to the real world - until she spots his moth tattoo and realizes that it is preventing him from being able to connect so that he never has anyone close to him to get hurt.

She encourages him to "open" himself and let the world in, which removes the tattoo and eventually leads Tim to decide that his magic belongs to the world and not him.

He releases it into the universe and resolves that he will have nothing more to do with it. Although Tim thinks he is finished with magic, magic is not finished with him.

Returning home with the fallen angel Araquel — who had previously been tricked in to breaking his chains by Barbatos — Tim finds that the armies of Heaven and Hell are fighting each other to a standstill in the mortal world.

The prize they are fighting for is the magic that Tim released into the world, which would give them the power to recreate the world to their own design.

Tim's family find themselves caught in the crossfire of the battle when his father's wedding to Holly is interrupted by the groom transforming into a ravenous beast with a taste for angel-flesh.

It transpires that Mister Vasuki, the surgeon who miraculously restored Mr Hunter to health after the fire, is in truth a demon hoping to force Tim to work for him.

In retaliation, two angels elevate Tim's soon-to-be stepbrother Cyril to sainthood, and provide him with a foursome of living action-figures with dangerous powers.

Araquel becomes their victim, turned into chocolate and smashed to pieces on the ground. Tim uses Awn the Blink and Reverend Slaggingham to trap all the angels and demons.

In his anger, Tim throws an ice-cream at the leader of the angelic forces She calls an end to the conflict having achieved her objective: Tim's new family try to settle back to normality, with Cyril and Tim's father returned to normal and his new stepmother blaming everybody's amnesia on too much wine at the reception.

Tim is just enjoying his new freedom from magic when he finds the box that Leah used to live in: He spends a lifetime there, talking to a tree that grew from a seed that fell inside his patch of ground.

When a fire starts to destroy the forest, Tim's anger puts him back in touch with his magic as he tries desperately to save his one tree Waiting for him is Leah, who trapped him in the box in the hope of teaching him an important lesson about his magic.

But the lesson hasn't been learned in the way that she hoped, because of Tim's focus on the small scale: Exasperatingly, Leah cannot even decide if Tim is wholly wrong in thinking that way.

Instead, she leaves Tim with the important reminder that he might try to throw away his magic, but he will never wholly succeed: Peter Gross explained his 25 issue run on the book as being the story of Tim's "boy time", commenting that previously the book had often presented benevolent female characters but had been less successful at their benevolent male counterparts.

His story was partly designed, then, to show Tim accepting his male side and learning how to be a boy - one of Gross' reasons for not using the character of Molly during his run.

He did comment that if he had stayed on the book, Gross' next story would have shown Tim similarly exploring his feminine side and would therefore have reintroduced some of the established female characters such as Molly or Gwen.

He announced his run as going "in another direction" and not trying "to duplicate John's success". Gross also showed a conscious break from exploring issues of Tim's parentage, having Titania announce that she would "never aid [Tim] again" after he refused to accept a precious - and potentially life-saving - gift from her.

Gross' first story arc, then, dealt with Tim settling into Bardsley school and meeting Thomas Currie, a man who had traveled through various worlds searching for the true Tim to either prepare him to defeat his Other or kill him to prevent the Other stealing his power.

Currie took advantage of the disappearance of a teacher at Bardsley so that he could take his place and interact with Tim, [26] but this only caused problems for both as Tim's stepbrother Cyril saw the teacher die whilst potholing under the school and used the status he gained from controlling the other boys' access to the body to turn the school against the new teacher and Tim, [28] although his influence only lasted until Tim and Currie removed the body and the teacher resigned.

However, Tim is unaware that his Other has already arrived in the true world, causing a traffic accident that injures his father and Cyril and kills his stepmother, Holly.

This causes Currie to go onto a war footing: The teacher then drains Tim's magic and hides it in a prearranged place: Living as Mary and working at the Inn, Tim becomes best friends with a girl called Joh - a relationship complicated when she sees him as Tim and falls in love with him, forcing Tim to admit the truth.

In order to defeat the Other, Tim needs the help of the demon Barbatos - help which he can only obtain by selling a memory to the demon and sealing his fate as Sir Timothy Hunter.

Tim faces up to his responsibilities, and sacrifices his future: Barbatos takes the memory of Tim's creation of his Other, making it impossible for the Other to exist separately from Tim and the many separate pieces of Tim are reunited for the first time in his life.

Tim's soul is immediately forfeit to Barbatos, and he becomes his slave [41] but sets in place the chain of events that eventually leads to the demon being defeated and trapped in the Dreaming.

Once free, the demon discovered the true nature of Tim's apparent defeat: The final image of the issue, and The Books of Magic , showed Tim whole and complete, finally grown-up and ready to face whatever challenges the future held with "no more whining".

In addition to the mini-series and the ongoing series, Vertigo also produced four The Books of Magic annuals. The second, actually titled The Books of Magic Annual 1 due to the change in name from "Arcana", told the story of Tim's encounter with a minor god's daughter who was one of Tamlin's cast-off conquests.

The third Annual is set during Tim's time in America, and sees him saving a child abuse victim from similar abuse at the hands of the Minotaur , transported to modern day America to hide in a nightclub called The Labyrinth.

The final annual was the only one not to be written in its entirety by John Ney Reiber, coming part way into Peter Gross' run on the ongoing series.

Gross used the annual to give some background to Tim's Other, showing his realization of the existence of other worlds and development into the ruthless character seen in the monthly series.

Neither of these annuals have been republished in collected editions. There were also three spin-off mini-series set in the Faerie realm, entitled The Books of Faerie.

The first two volumes dealt with the rise to power of Titania and Auberon respectively, whilst the third documents the misadventures of Molly O'Reilly as she tried to come to terms with the curse placed upon her by Titania during the Girl in the Box storyline.

There were also plans to create an ongoing The Books of Faerie series starring Molly O'Reilly, but these were eventually abandoned. In December , a two-issue crossover with Hellblazer was published, with a script from the then current Hellblazer writer Paul Jenkins from a story written in collaboration with John Ney Rieber.

The artwork was by artist Paul Lee. The two issues showed Tim Hunter coming into possession of a time capsule that had been made by John Constantine as a child.

The capsule contained all of Constantine's childhood innocence, placed there in one of his first acts of magic to rid himself of the perceived weakness.

Tim attempts to return the box to its original owner, but Constantine wants nothing to do with it; until it falls into the hands of a demon called Kobal "Master of the Infernal Theatre".

Tim and Constantine end up journeying to Hell — specifically Constantine's own Hell, described as much more dangerous than the fluffy monster Hell that Tim visited in the "Reckonings" storyline — where the younger magician manages to trick the demon into returning the box.

Vertigo published a number of winter specials under the title Winter's Edge , featuring short stories based on their current properties and featuring stories to preview upcoming series and one-shots.

A Day, a Night and a Dream. The issue was intended to be an introduction to the ongoing series and the wider world of Vertigo, [47] but was eventually incorporated into the main comic's storyline instead.

Another ongoing series called Hunter: The Age of Magic 25 issues followed shortly after the end of this series. It ran from September to September , and told of his graduation and what happened to him afterwards.

Another series, Books of Magick: Life During Wartime began in July and lasted fifteen issues. This series depicts two Earths, both of which have a strong connection to an alternate version of Tim Hunter.

On one of these worlds a war is going on between humans known as the Bred and the races of the Faerie known as the Born.

The world is ruled by the Born, but there is a resistance made up of both Born and Bred that features versions of Zatanna and John Constantine among others.

The second world is one made by Tim Hunter as a place of safety where he can hide from his enemies. The series have been collected into a number of trade paperbacks.

Issues of the Books of Magick: In , HarperCollins began publishing a series of Books of Magic young adult novels under the Eos imprint, adapted from the comics series, by Carla Jablonski.

Each novel featured cover art by Christopher Moeller. The first book is based on the original miniseries. The subsequent books are based on story arcs in the second series; except The Children's Crusade , which is based on the Vertigo crossover event of the same name.

A film version of The Books of Magic has been in development hell for many years. It was originally optioned "by Warners some years before the first Harry Potter book was published" [49] a series which has been frequently compared to this series, see Harry Potter influences and analogues , with Neil Gaiman signing on as executive producer in They worked with screenwriter Matt Greenberg , who had written early drafts of the original script, to come up with some closer to the original story.

The section was written by author Neil Penswick , as part of a chapter written in tandem by the authors of the previous 49 novels.

The faerie market in Gaiman's novel Stardust has many similarities to the one presented in the original miniseries. This may not be surprising as it's simply a case of Gaiman borrowing a portion of one work to use in the other.

The faerie market also makes references to amongst other things My Neighbour Totoro , Kiki's Delivery Service , Rupert Bear , and a possible future Sir Timothy Hunter, which can be seen directly to the right of Tim Hunter when he first arrives at the market.

In , Timothy Hunter and the Books of Magic make a return in The New 52 series Justice League Dark where a reluctant Tim, having given up his magic, is reunited with John Constantine and Madame Xanadu to stop an old nemesis of Constantine's from getting his hands on the books.

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He eventually manages to unfreeze them again, but fall prey to a monster of black, choking soot. The monster is Daniel, expelled from Free Country and transformed by the Victorian era cyborg the Reverend Slagingham.

Slagingham is collecting an army of down-and-outs, capturing their souls in magical contraptions: The Reverend falls foul to Tim thanks to the intervention of one of his childhood imaginary friends made real, Awn the Blink, who has an amazing knack for fixing broken things.

Daniel, meanwhile, gives up his attack when Marya rejects his affections. All that remains is for Tim to help return Auberon's soul to his body and return him, changed by his experiences, to his wife's side.

For his trouble, Auberon tells Tim that Titania cannot possibly be his mother, since the boy has "not a drop" of Faerie blood in him.

Gwendolyn decides to stay and look after Tim while his father makes a miraculous recovery at the hands of the strange Mister Vasuki, eventually returning home after sharing a taxi with a young mother and her son Cyril.

Tim learns that he is an "Opener" and has unconsciously been making his fantasies real all his life—whether they be simple imaginary friends or entire worlds—Tim introduces Molly to some more of his imaginary friends made real, Tanger and Crimple, who live in a tree on some wasteland near Tim's house.

The wasteland opens out into an entire magical world created unconsciously by Tim's childhood fantasies, but unfortunately as Molly is exploring it with Crimple she ends up being kidnapped and taken to Hell.

Tanger and Tim head into Hell to rescue Molly and Crimple, who are being held by the strict governess Miss Vuall - the trainer of the multiple Mollies who are Sir Timothy Hunter's docile and dutiful companions.

Sir Timothy, however, no longer needs the girls, as he has succeeded in releasing himself from Barbatos' control - only to be persuaded by a gang of dragons to become one of them because of his sadness and self-hatred.

Molly and Crimple best Miss Vuall, and as Tim arrives the two children's love puts the finishing touches to her corner of Hell. However, Barbatos drags the children and the dragon Sir Timothy into another layer of Hell, where he attempts to salvage victory from defeat by trapping the two children in a fairy tale world where brave knights kill dragons.

Meeting the real Molly again, Sir Timothy is overcome with guilt and tells her his life story in the hope that she can prevent her Tim from becoming him.

Tim, meanwhile, manages to see through all of Barbatos' attempts to trick him, and eventually brings the fairy tale world crashing down around their ears.

Sir Timothy dies protecting Molly from the destruction unleashed by Tim, and the two children are reunited. As they return home, they leave Barbatos trapped in the ruins of the world he created, [18] although he does briefly escape again.

Following Molly and Tim's disappearance, both find themselves grounded and banned from seeing each other. Molly manages to sneak out and ends up around a camp-fire discussing Tim with Marya and a mysterious tattooist who says she wants to help.

The tattooist demonstrates her experience of both men and magic when Marya is again threatened by the arrival of Daniel: Molly tells her companions about Sir Timothy Hunter, unaware that Tim has transformed himself into a cat and is listening in.

The tattooist is aware, however: She has to change her plan when she is shocked to discover that Tim has no "inner animal" and that he is just a normal, healthy teenage boy.

Instead, she offers to give him a tattoo that will stop him from ever hurting Molly: Soon after, Gwen decides it is time to move on when Tim's father begins a tentative relationship with Holly, the woman from the taxi.

Almost immediately, Holly's son Cyril becomes a target of a demon's malign interest, and rescuing him helps Tim to decide that his presence is putting those he loves at risk.

Molly, meanwhile, has been sent to visit her grandmother, a formidable old woman with a touch of second sight. Whilst up on Leanen Hill at her grandmother's suggestion, Molly learns that Tim has run away and resolves to find him again.

She attempts to attract a fairy in the hope that they will grant her wish, but when she succeeds in drawing the Amadan to her, she accidentally challenges him to a contest to see who is the greatest fool.

Knowing something of the Fair Folk from her grandmother, Molly knows that if she eats Faerie food she will never be able to return home: Instead, she attempts to grow her own real food, her efforts attracting the attention of the Faeries, and her stubbornness attracting the ire of Titania: The trick backfires, though, as Molly's anger transforms her into "the burning girl", who cuts a swathe of destruction across Faerie with a horse named Prince.

Tim, meanwhile, is living rough on the streets when he is taken in by a homeless magician who knew his father. The magician provides the proper environment for Tim to let his tattoo come alive and leave him: Tim is about to accept the moth back onto his heart when the magician distracts him, but the tattoo still manages to return to his arm.

Following his experience, Tim decides that what he needs is a mentor to teach him about magic and sets off for America to find Zatanna.

At Los Angeles airport, he meets the succubus Leah who has moved to the city to become a model. She convinces Tim to travel with her, and accompanies him out into the desert on a camping trip.

In the night, Leah disguises herself as Molly and tries to sleep with Tim: Tim kisses Leah, and the two continue where they left off.

In the morning, however, the two become trapped in the world of a dying mermaid and Leah has to take the mermaid's place to save Tim. Tim wakes in the real world and continues on his journey without a second thought for the succubus.

Tim continues his travels across America, until he somehow ends up trapped on an island on the outskirts of Faerie. He manages to escape the island with the help of Huon the Small, the first King of Faerie.

Huon and Tim travel into the heart of Faerie. Molly and Prince have been joined by Titania's otherwise loyal flitling Yarrow, and have decimated the kingdom.

Worse, Molly manages to unenchant Prince to reveal that he is in fact Titania's son and the heir to the throne: Prince has spent most of his life in Hell, given to the lords there in payment of a tithe originally agreed by Huon.

In truth, Faerie is not a kingdom of its own, but part of Hell that Lucifer offered to the Fair Folk when they first left the Mundane World.

Lucifer's will and belief created the realm. In revealing Prince's true nature - which Titania had attempted to hide to stop the Lords of Hell discovering that he had escaped home - Molly brings the armies of Hell to Faerie, demanding reparation or battle.

In the midst of all this, the fair folk have lost their own will, belief and reason for being in the Fairie.

Without such belief, the realm and all who are in it start becoming undone by something known as "the Leveler". Battle is temporarily averted when the Lords of Hell learn of the Leveller's presence and seek to escape.

The flitling Yarrow saves Fairie: There is much celebration and as Tim and Molly are reunited, Titania tempers her curse as best she can: Molly's feet will no longer touch the ground and she will always have Faerie food to eat, so she can return to the mundane world with Tim.

Returning to Tim doesn't make Molly as happy as she hoped: His obsession with magic causes Tim to ignore everything else, including Molly's growing sadness and even the fact that her feet don't touch the floor.

Zatanna tries to teach Tim to open his eyes, but in the end has no choice but to help Molly. As Molly learns of Tim's night with Leah - sad that he didn't think enough of her to tell her the truth - she breaks up with him, using a charm given to her by Zatanna to return home to her family.

At first, she berates him for his inability to connect to the real world - until she spots his moth tattoo and realizes that it is preventing him from being able to connect so that he never has anyone close to him to get hurt.

She encourages him to "open" himself and let the world in, which removes the tattoo and eventually leads Tim to decide that his magic belongs to the world and not him.

He releases it into the universe and resolves that he will have nothing more to do with it. Although Tim thinks he is finished with magic, magic is not finished with him.

Returning home with the fallen angel Araquel — who had previously been tricked in to breaking his chains by Barbatos — Tim finds that the armies of Heaven and Hell are fighting each other to a standstill in the mortal world.

The prize they are fighting for is the magic that Tim released into the world, which would give them the power to recreate the world to their own design.

Tim's family find themselves caught in the crossfire of the battle when his father's wedding to Holly is interrupted by the groom transforming into a ravenous beast with a taste for angel-flesh.

It transpires that Mister Vasuki, the surgeon who miraculously restored Mr Hunter to health after the fire, is in truth a demon hoping to force Tim to work for him.

In retaliation, two angels elevate Tim's soon-to-be stepbrother Cyril to sainthood, and provide him with a foursome of living action-figures with dangerous powers.

Araquel becomes their victim, turned into chocolate and smashed to pieces on the ground. Tim uses Awn the Blink and Reverend Slaggingham to trap all the angels and demons.

In his anger, Tim throws an ice-cream at the leader of the angelic forces She calls an end to the conflict having achieved her objective: Tim's new family try to settle back to normality, with Cyril and Tim's father returned to normal and his new stepmother blaming everybody's amnesia on too much wine at the reception.

Tim is just enjoying his new freedom from magic when he finds the box that Leah used to live in: He spends a lifetime there, talking to a tree that grew from a seed that fell inside his patch of ground.

When a fire starts to destroy the forest, Tim's anger puts him back in touch with his magic as he tries desperately to save his one tree Waiting for him is Leah, who trapped him in the box in the hope of teaching him an important lesson about his magic.

But the lesson hasn't been learned in the way that she hoped, because of Tim's focus on the small scale: Exasperatingly, Leah cannot even decide if Tim is wholly wrong in thinking that way.

Instead, she leaves Tim with the important reminder that he might try to throw away his magic, but he will never wholly succeed: Peter Gross explained his 25 issue run on the book as being the story of Tim's "boy time", commenting that previously the book had often presented benevolent female characters but had been less successful at their benevolent male counterparts.

His story was partly designed, then, to show Tim accepting his male side and learning how to be a boy - one of Gross' reasons for not using the character of Molly during his run.

He did comment that if he had stayed on the book, Gross' next story would have shown Tim similarly exploring his feminine side and would therefore have reintroduced some of the established female characters such as Molly or Gwen.

He announced his run as going "in another direction" and not trying "to duplicate John's success". Gross also showed a conscious break from exploring issues of Tim's parentage, having Titania announce that she would "never aid [Tim] again" after he refused to accept a precious - and potentially life-saving - gift from her.

Gross' first story arc, then, dealt with Tim settling into Bardsley school and meeting Thomas Currie, a man who had traveled through various worlds searching for the true Tim to either prepare him to defeat his Other or kill him to prevent the Other stealing his power.

Currie took advantage of the disappearance of a teacher at Bardsley so that he could take his place and interact with Tim, [26] but this only caused problems for both as Tim's stepbrother Cyril saw the teacher die whilst potholing under the school and used the status he gained from controlling the other boys' access to the body to turn the school against the new teacher and Tim, [28] although his influence only lasted until Tim and Currie removed the body and the teacher resigned.

However, Tim is unaware that his Other has already arrived in the true world, causing a traffic accident that injures his father and Cyril and kills his stepmother, Holly.

This causes Currie to go onto a war footing: The teacher then drains Tim's magic and hides it in a prearranged place: Living as Mary and working at the Inn, Tim becomes best friends with a girl called Joh - a relationship complicated when she sees him as Tim and falls in love with him, forcing Tim to admit the truth.

In order to defeat the Other, Tim needs the help of the demon Barbatos - help which he can only obtain by selling a memory to the demon and sealing his fate as Sir Timothy Hunter.

Tim faces up to his responsibilities, and sacrifices his future: Barbatos takes the memory of Tim's creation of his Other, making it impossible for the Other to exist separately from Tim and the many separate pieces of Tim are reunited for the first time in his life.

Tim's soul is immediately forfeit to Barbatos, and he becomes his slave [41] but sets in place the chain of events that eventually leads to the demon being defeated and trapped in the Dreaming.

Once free, the demon discovered the true nature of Tim's apparent defeat: The final image of the issue, and The Books of Magic , showed Tim whole and complete, finally grown-up and ready to face whatever challenges the future held with "no more whining".

In addition to the mini-series and the ongoing series, Vertigo also produced four The Books of Magic annuals. The second, actually titled The Books of Magic Annual 1 due to the change in name from "Arcana", told the story of Tim's encounter with a minor god's daughter who was one of Tamlin's cast-off conquests.

The third Annual is set during Tim's time in America, and sees him saving a child abuse victim from similar abuse at the hands of the Minotaur , transported to modern day America to hide in a nightclub called The Labyrinth.

The final annual was the only one not to be written in its entirety by John Ney Reiber, coming part way into Peter Gross' run on the ongoing series.

Gross used the annual to give some background to Tim's Other, showing his realization of the existence of other worlds and development into the ruthless character seen in the monthly series.

Neither of these annuals have been republished in collected editions. There were also three spin-off mini-series set in the Faerie realm, entitled The Books of Faerie.

The first two volumes dealt with the rise to power of Titania and Auberon respectively, whilst the third documents the misadventures of Molly O'Reilly as she tried to come to terms with the curse placed upon her by Titania during the Girl in the Box storyline.

There were also plans to create an ongoing The Books of Faerie series starring Molly O'Reilly, but these were eventually abandoned.

In December , a two-issue crossover with Hellblazer was published, with a script from the then current Hellblazer writer Paul Jenkins from a story written in collaboration with John Ney Rieber.

The artwork was by artist Paul Lee. The two issues showed Tim Hunter coming into possession of a time capsule that had been made by John Constantine as a child.

The capsule contained all of Constantine's childhood innocence, placed there in one of his first acts of magic to rid himself of the perceived weakness.

Tim attempts to return the box to its original owner, but Constantine wants nothing to do with it; until it falls into the hands of a demon called Kobal "Master of the Infernal Theatre".

Tim and Constantine end up journeying to Hell — specifically Constantine's own Hell, described as much more dangerous than the fluffy monster Hell that Tim visited in the "Reckonings" storyline — where the younger magician manages to trick the demon into returning the box.

Vertigo published a number of winter specials under the title Winter's Edge , featuring short stories based on their current properties and featuring stories to preview upcoming series and one-shots.

A Day, a Night and a Dream. The issue was intended to be an introduction to the ongoing series and the wider world of Vertigo, [47] but was eventually incorporated into the main comic's storyline instead.

Another ongoing series called Hunter: The Age of Magic 25 issues followed shortly after the end of this series. It ran from September to September , and told of his graduation and what happened to him afterwards.

Another series, Books of Magick: Life During Wartime began in July and lasted fifteen issues. This series depicts two Earths, both of which have a strong connection to an alternate version of Tim Hunter.

On one of these worlds a war is going on between humans known as the Bred and the races of the Faerie known as the Born. The world is ruled by the Born, but there is a resistance made up of both Born and Bred that features versions of Zatanna and John Constantine among others.

The second world is one made by Tim Hunter as a place of safety where he can hide from his enemies. The series have been collected into a number of trade paperbacks.

Issues of the Books of Magick: In , HarperCollins began publishing a series of Books of Magic young adult novels under the Eos imprint, adapted from the comics series, by Carla Jablonski.

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