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The team is trapped on a magic-less planet that makes a horrible mockery of their powers!

With time running out, Tim Hunter may be the team’s last chance to escape…if Steve Trevor doesn’t seal their fate first!

Keep an eye out for a new character based on a winning design from SyFy’s popular show Face Off!

Deadman is apparently killed and tries to escape the afterlife again. But he is stopped by the Infernal Core who he has to fight. He beats him by entering his body and bringing him back to the Wild Area where he is destroyed by Officer Vikar.

Meanwhile, Alkion tells Tim about the folk living in the Wild Area, fairies and demons and other magical creatures, until science took over and nearly destroyed their world. The Hunter arose to fight science and they know think Tim is his successor.

The rest of the League fights the robot suit man. Deadman wants an explanation from Constantine but he doesn't know what is happening to them, only that their powers vanished. Frankenstein, Deadman and Orchid are all beaten and Xanadu surrenders.

The Hunter found a way to save the magical world by seeking refuge on Earth. The Fairie Queen is against it, but Hunter insists that they have to gather strength to win the war against the scientists. But during the ritual, the enemy intercepts and only Hunter escapes to Earth with the help of the Books of Magic. Now the creatures live underground and await his return, which they think arrived in the form of Tim.

The robot warrior brings the League members to Epoch. Suddenly, the whole world seems to be crumbling, which can also be felt in Nanda Parbat where the cause may be lying in the portal. It seems both worlds are about to collapse.

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Return of the King 0

After all the nice things said about this series, as well as the release of the new Constantineseries I finally decided to try this series, and I'm very glad that I did, as the Books of Magic storyline was phenomenal, and this series as a whole as been one of the most unique series I've read from the New 52, and I look forward to seeing what comes next.PlotThe Justice League Dark have crossed over into Epoch, the dimension that Zatanna and Tim Hunter were taken to. After being briefly alive in t...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

For Science! 0

There's some interesting developments in this issue, but overall it mostly feels like a simple transition issue that just moves the story along without much for itself. I was extremely intrigued going into this arc, a dimension where the rules of magic are outlawed? Awesome. The previous cover made me picture a weird tron-like world where nothing worked right, and even the transformation of the team and the odd flow with Zatanna last issue set up a world where magic is twisted into something dif...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Of Fairies and Robots 0

Trapped in world where magic is fading and science rules all, the Justice League Dark is falling apart and their only hope lies in a boy who doesn't want to play mage anymore. Picking up from the exciting last issue, this number provides us tons of action: from an angry Deadman that enjoyed his first and last breath too shortly, to all the league who don't know how to match Vikar's might. The greatest thing about this series is how Lemire is doing a terrific job on telling a captivating story ab...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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