Supernatural: John Winchester's Journal by Alex Irvine
Supernatural: John Winchester's Journal Alex Irvine ebook
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
A lot of the events that happen in the comics are also similar to those in the Supernatural book 'John Winchester's Journal' So if you have read that then you will recognize a few names. By writeforabsolution on June 5, 2013. I would like to make a copy of John Winchesters journal from Supernatural, and perhaps the Monster book of Monsters from Harry Potter. (This is Supernatural, not a soap, folks.) Yes, Grandpa Henry Winchester made his grand debut, traveling all the way from 1958 to help the boys keep a very important key out of some very bad (although, nicely manicured) hands. John Winchester's Journal – Alex Irvine. Their father, John Winchester, taught them what it took to be hunters from childhood after the murder of their mother at the hands of a powerful demon, who the brothers finally caught up with and killed at the end of season two. I don't think I've run into that but in case you like or are familiar with Supernatural, I have read a few Supernatural/Losers and a good Supernatural/The Watchmen xover. But after Henry disappeared, John, as Dean explained, got to know the supernatural world in a very different way. They've encountered everything from vampires and werewolves to pagan gods and shapeshifters, who they regularly dispatch with help from their father's journal and fellow hunter Bobby Singer. And whats great, is that they aren't that hard to make. To summarize, if you've never seen the CW (originally syfy) show Supernatural this book will be almost completely pointless to you. John Winchester and Franklin Clay being related? 2) Speaking of Henry's disappearance, The fact that John's journal was actually HENRY'S?!