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I'm tempted to put LOL above, but I've got no idea how mods would respond so....er, sorry, back on topic. The DC/Vertigo Magical Universe and its charachters usually don't get much attention or readership from me. I mean, I've checked out The Books of Magic and a few Hellblazers, but I've never really gotten into them. This book....oh wow. While I have no outstanding super awesome etc. comments about the art, it's okay, and maintains a cartoonish, but still realistic style. Now the writing, you ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
This book is a rare release that saw Zatanna in the Vertigo world. Fanboys rejoice! Everyone's favorite magical eye candy now told in an Adult story. This is a great Zatanna story. You can see Paul Dini's love for the Character. He makes her strong! He makes her fearless! He makes her a led in a series, something that wasn't seen for a long time. This story seemed like a Hellblazer script in reverse, it is not told in John Constantine's prospective, but Zatanna's. This unfortunately mi...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
This is just an unclean comic, why because it features a character from the more light-heart (To some extent anyway) DC Comics (Something which includes characters like her who'm are well-known and beloved by children btw as previously adapted into toys and cartoons) and making her join the raunchy more potty-mouthed vertigo comics, which turns her into something along the lines as well. Just saying there's a time and a place... for certain characters....1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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