Justice League Dark #1

    Justice League Dark » Justice League Dark #1 - In The Dark, Part One: Imaginary Women released by DC Comics on November 2011.

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    The witch known as The Enchantress has gone mad, unleashing forces that not even the combined powers of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Cyborg can stop. And if those heroes can't handle the job, who will stand against this mystical madness? Shade the Changing Man, Madame Xanadu, Deadman, Zatanna and John Constantine may be our only hope – but how can we put our trust in beings whose very presence makes ordinary people break out in a cold sweat?

    General Notes

    Kathy George appears only as a creation of the Madness, a being created by Shade to remind him of his dead lover.

    Note: This is NOT the First Appearance of the Justice League Dark. The 1st appearance is Swamp Thing #50 - The End.



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    "Enter freely - unafraid." when entering Madness 0

    What the normal Justice League of America is to the main DCU, the Justice League Dark seems to be the spine for the "Dark" books.  The Dark books were all aces in my opinion when looking at the 52.  Most of the Dark books had Vertigo writers or characters and that is why they have a very Vertigo feel to them.  When Superheroes moved to Vertigo, the series tend to have short life since the support was not there, since most people support the mainstream.  With the 52 it seems the classic Vertigo v...

    16 out of 16 found this review helpful.

    The M Now Stands for Meta, but the Changing Man's Still Mad! 0

    The Enchantress has gone mad (as she's want to do) and poor June Moone's life's been turned inside out as a result (as tends to happen). Madame Xandu summons Shade the Changing Man to bring together a team of the DCU's most powerful but problematic supernatural experts to bring down the insane sorceress before she turns the world (further) inside out.The GoodI've been waiting for this book ever since it was announced and I can't say enough how pleased I am with it!!!Ryan Sook's cover looks amazi...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    The Title Still Hasn't Grown On Me. 0

    I'm a Constantine fan, I've loved him ever since I read All His Engines when it first came out. I've gone back and collected all the trades and every new issue he's been in since. So when it was announced he was coming back into the DC universe. I admit I was a little scared. Although I remained positive about the situation. Then the Search For Swamp Thing came out....ouch, that series was bad. Really Bad. I lost a little bit of hope with that series, and was beginning to agree with everyone els...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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