Oh, I might have to get back to you on that one. There’s just so many disturbing moments, as well as horrifically sad moments, and then there are the other times where I wonder what the author was smoking.
So… Hellblazer #37 and #38 or A Man’s Work is fucked up. Like, there were many things I found upsetting, most of all how the butcher treated everyone —the pigs, his son, his poor long-suffering wife, his employees, his dog, oh god his dog. At least the story has the decency to end on an absurd note.
However, Hellblazer #4 stands out in my mind as something that gave me the creeping horrors, especially the first time I read it. Poor Gemma :(
Later on in the series, I can’t recall when exactly, but when Chas got possessed or influenced by a demon (may have been Nergel?) and proceeds to do some fucked up shit, yeah, that was kind of upsetting to me.
Speaking of poor Gemma, late in the series, her meeting the evil version of John was… well… the less said about that, the better. :(
see i forgot about a man’s work and that’s gotta go high on my list DDDDDDD:
but my #1 is still newcastle calling. i still haven’t worked up the courage to read jason aaron’s thor, even though it’s completely unrelated and probably plenty of fun, because newcastle calling involves the single most horrifying fictional death i’ve ever read aaaaaaaaaaagh