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Madame Xanadu's plan is working! Zatanna, John Constantine, Shade the Changing Man, Mindwarp and Deadman are all being brought together. But will Xanadu's manipulations blow up in her face when she learns that Enchantress has grown too powerful to be controlled?
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Synopsis As the "team" slowly work their way together, Enchantress is hot on the hunt for the authentic June Moone! The Good Generally the characters are starting to grow on me, us as the readers are now getting the real gist of who these misfits are. Constantine continues to be as rude and abrupt as you can imagine, I quite like what I thought was a faint homage to a scene in Watchmen (can you guess which one?). The continuing struggle with Enchantress / June Moone is good, I love how all...
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Synopsis: The team struggles to come together as Enchantress is one step closer to finding June Moone.What's Good?At issue #4 now, and Enchantress still causing mayhem in the world. Peter Milligan continues to explore the dark regions of magic in the new DC universe Individually, each character is written strongly in their perspective situations, even Enchantress herself despite her erratic behavior.Mikel Janin's artwork is still incredible to look at. Magic been the key theme for this series, t...
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The Good: The cover is sickeningly compelling, with such intense grotesque detail, I absolutely love it.... except, the extra words seems so unnecessary, and they pretty much eat up and ruin the effectiveness of the blank white space. It's frustrating because it appears that DC laid out the words in such a way to eliminate as much of the white space as possible, which is baffling because the white space is what makes this cover so gorgeous. The artwork continues to be something hard to properly ...
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