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Two of the DC Universe’s brightest stars join forces in this original graphic novel!

A year ago, Black Canary infiltrated a gang of female criminals set to pull a dangerous heist at a Las Vegas casino. Its leader was skilled in hand-to-hand combat and more than a passing interest in black magic. Rather than be captured by Canary or the law, she went to her death, vowing to get revenge on Canary! Now, one year later, death stalks those gang members, and Canary must turn to her friend Zatanna to help investigate.

This title also includes a special sketchbook section.

Note: Despite its release date, this story takes place in the pre-"New 52" universe.


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Review: Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell 0

The GoodThere are so many things done right in the OGN, one of the first things you will notice, is the phenomenal art that Joe Quinones contributes to this book. Quinones has a style that adds attitude to every facial expression, and to the movement. One of the best things that Quinones manages to achieve, is making Black Canary and Zatanna look different. Black Canary has a rounder nose, while Zatanna has a straight nose. It is something that you would expect, but it's rare that you find an ar...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Weiver Cimoc 0

Bloodspell tells the tale of Black Canary and Zatanna's introduction as well it puts them in the middle of a deadly magic pact. I think the story is good but it doesn't have a lot of moving pieces. The simplicity for the main story allows for more side stories and world building which is a nice addition to the book. Having the girls go shopping or showing Zatanna's first day at the JLA weren't required for the book to seem complete but I'm glad they were there. I think this balance is part of Di...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Such A Fun Book! And "New Reader-Friendly" To Boot! 0

I picked up this OGN on a whim, and I absolutely love it. Its pretty much perfect. Dini's putting in some top-notch storytelling here. Despite jumping around multiple time periods, the story flows at a perfect pace. Each flashback serves a purpose and fleshes out the relationship between our leads. Speaking of our fleshed out leads, Black Canary and Zatanna both feel like real fleshed out people. Too often with "buddy cop" style team ups (and especially when its two women), the characters get p...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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