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Zatanna, Vol. 1 ❰Ebook❯ ➧ Zatanna, Vol. 1 Author Paul Dini – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Magic And Police Procedurals Collide In San Francisco In This New Series Starring A DC Universe Favorite ZatannaZatanna Has Long Made Her Home In San Francisco, But Right Under Her Nose A Sinister Thr Magic And Police Procedurals Collide In San Francisco In This New Series Starring A DC Universe Favorite ZatannaZatanna Has Long Made Her Home In San Francisco, But Right Under Her Nose A Sinister Threat Has Developed A Crime Boss Who Dominates The Criminal Underworld With Dark Magic The Terrifying Brother Night Is Making His Play For The City By The Bay, And The Police Force Including Hunky Detective Dale Colton Turn To Zatanna, Vol. PDF/EPUB or Zee For Help But Brother Night Is A Whole New Kind Of Criminal, And If Zatanna Thinks She Can Backwards Talk Him Down, Then She S In Over Her Top Hatted Head Superstar Writer Paul Dini BATMAN MAD LOVE Is Paired With The Gorgeous Art Of Stephane Roux.

  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Zatanna, Vol. 1
  • Paul Dini
  • English
  • 21 May 2019
  • 1401230075

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10 thoughts on “Zatanna, Vol. 1

  1. Jeff Jeff says:

    It s back to the past from the future in order to get to the present as Jeff once again reads comic volumes out of their intended order.In my defense, the library didn t even have this one listed in their catalogue, it just magically ha appeared on their shelves.It s volume one of Paul Dini s run on Zatanna, DC s Mistress of Magic, one of my favorite characters So how does volume one stack up against volume two For starters, there spandering fanboy art and less charm and those little It s back to the past from the future in order to get to the present as Jeff once again reads comic volumes out of their intended order.In my defense, the library didn t even have this one listed in their catalogue, it just magically ha appeared on their shelves.It s volume one of Paul Dini s run on Zatanna, DC s Mistress of Magic, one of my favorite characters So how does volume one stack up against volume two For starters, there spandering fanboy art and less charm and those little...

  2. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    World famous stage magician and Justice League member Zatanna faces Brother Night, Fuseli the Nightmare, the ghost of her pop Zatara, and a demon lord from hell, Mammon, in The Mistress of Magic Mage on I love Paul Dini but wasn t impressed with this less than magical Zatanna book Every issue is a villain of the week with Zatanna going up against whoever, struggling briefly before beating them with backwards talking magic It never feels like she s really challenged and the stories play out World famous stage magician and Justice League member Zatanna faces Brother Night, Fuseli th...

  3. Crystal Starr Light Crystal Starr Light says:

    Bullet Review I actually rather liked this The first story is better Zach, the whiney cousin was obnoxious and BLECH in the second buy both were much better than I expect Something with magic could have been oh so cheesy and goofy, but I thought Dini and crew did well.

  4. Logan Logan says:

    Pretty decent So I ve been interested in Zatanna recently, so I thought i d read up a little on her This volume can be split right down the middle, into two stories First one has what I guess is a Zatanna Villain, called Brother Night hes this mob boss in hell, who wants to come into Vegas, and claim territory over other gangs well okay At the same time, a detective helps Zatanna on this case, and oddly enough he looks exactly, like Bigby from Fables, and Zatanna looks like Snow, when shes Pretty decent So I ve been interested in Zatanna recently, so I thought i d read up a little on her This volume can be split right down the middle, into two stories First one has what I guess is a Zatanna Villain, called Brother Night hes this mob boss in hell, who wants to come into Vegas, and claim territory over other gangs well okay At the same time, a detective helps Zatanna on this case, and oddly enough he ...

  5. Gavin Gavin says:

    How odd, I really liked the 2nd Volume of this series, yet this was just boring and lame Maybe it took that long to get into writing it well, but that s odd since Paul Dini is usually reliable However I just couldn t get over that everything was a simple matter of she can use spells for everything, all she has to do is figure out how not to get gagged Also a little overly sexual in the imagery department, plus not enough good supporting characters no Batman appearances.Not really all that int How odd, I really liked the 2nd Volume of this series, yet this was just boring and lame Maybe it took that long to get into writing it well, but that s odd since Paul Dini is usually reliable However I just couldn t get over that everything was a s...

  6. Rick Hunter Rick Hunter says:

    I love the character Zatanna and had been wanting to read this for a while I m not sure whether I ve ever read anything by Paul Dini before, but I ve definitely heard the name and I know who he is This volume collects the first 6 issues of Zatanna and it has 2 different story arcs that last 3 issues each.In the first story Dini creates a new villain called Brother Night that is both a ganster and mystically powered being He made a deal with some demons that granted him mystical powers in orde I love the character Zatanna and had been wanting to read this for a while I m not sure whether I ve ever read anything by Paul Dini before, but I ve definitely heard the name and I know who he is This volume collects the first 6 issues of Zatanna and it has 2 different story arcs that last 3 issues each.In the first story Dini creates a new villain called Brother Night that is both a ganster and myst...

  7. Lexxi Kitty Lexxi Kitty says:

    Wrote a really long review It died when my browser died.soooo Briefly Never specifically cared about Zatanna when saw in other people s comicsbut this by Paul Dini so took a chance, both on a non Harley Quinn Dini story, and on Zatanna Was bored.First story arc involved some evil hippie dude who made a deal with the devil in the 60s to basically have a bunch of power, and be immortal, and have a groovy skull head From the 60s to now , whenever now might be, evil hippie Wrote a really long review It died when my browser died.soooo Briefly Never specifically cared about Zatanna when saw in other people s comicsbut this by Paul Dini so took a chance, both on a non Harley Quinn Dini story, and on Zatanna Was bored.First story arc involved some evil hippie dude who made a deal with the devil in the 60s to basically have a bunch of power, and be immortal, and have a groovy skull head From the 60s to now , whenever now might be, evil hippie dude was content with being the power in evil magic circles in San Fran Then decides, what the heck, let s take over the non magical side of crime in San Fran as well Zatanna, probably due to her being based in San Francisco, took this badly So she fought um Brother Dude Brother Blood Bloody Skull Dude I can t even recall the guys name now So, right, she fought him.Second story arc involved some evil business dude who made a deal with th...

  8. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) says:

    My first review got sucked into the Review Twilight Zone, so here we go again.Zatanna is an interesting mix of showmanship, jocular affability and incredible magical aptitude Her costume is a shirtwaist and tails, with a top hat, and she brandishes a magical wand Her enemies tend to underestimate her abilities, big time She sthan capable of taking on the practitioners of the darkest of magics, as evidenced in the story arcs of this book.This book was an improbably successful mix of a li My first review got sucked into the Review Twilight Zone, so here we go again.Zatanna is an interesting mix of showmanship, jocular affability and incredible magical aptitude Her costume is a shirtwaist and tails, with a top hat, and she brandishes a magical wand Her enemies tend to underestimate her abilities, big time She sthan capable of taking on the practitioners of the darkest of magics, as evidenced in the story arcs of this book.This book was an improbably successful mix of a light h...

  9. William Thomas William Thomas says:

    When I was just making my way into the early teen years of my life, Batman The Animated Series was on the air And I couldn t get enough of it Being a comic book super geek, i would watch it after school because I never did my homework, never studied and still pulled A s across the board I couldn t wait to watchandandRe...

  10. Michelle Cristiani Michelle Cristiani says:

    I like Zatanna very much, and would have added a star if I liked the arton this one The story was good intricate enough to hold interest, but simple enough to entertain.I have two issues with Zatanna First of all, she s insanely powerful Someone who can repair walls or heal wounds with a word, who can change weather and throw elements around, who can write her spells when her mouth won t work, and who has supreme mental strength in the face of mind control or poisonshe s practically I like Zatanna very much, and would have added a star if I liked the arton this one The story was good intricate enough to hold interest, but simple enough to entertain.I have two issues with Zatanna First of all, she s insanely powerful Someone who can repair walls or heal wounds with a word, who can change weather and throw elements...

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10 thoughts on “Zatanna, Vol. 1

  1. Jeff Jeff says:

    It s back to the past from the future in order to get to the present as Jeff once again reads comic volumes out of their intended order.In my defense, the library didn t even have this one listed in their catalogue, it just magically ha appeared on their shelves.It s volume one of Paul Dini s run on Zatanna, DC s Mistress of Magic, one of my favorite characters So how does volume one stack up against volume two For starters, there spandering fanboy art and less charm and those little It s back to the past from the future in order to get to the present as Jeff once again reads comic volumes out of their intended order.In my defense, the library didn t even have this one listed in their catalogue, it just magically ha appeared on their shelves.It s volume one of Paul Dini s run on Zatanna, DC s Mistress of Magic, one of my favorite characters So how does volume one stack up against volume two For starters, there spandering fanboy art and less charm and those little...

  2. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    World famous stage magician and Justice League member Zatanna faces Brother Night, Fuseli the Nightmare, the ghost of her pop Zatara, and a demon lord from hell, Mammon, in The Mistress of Magic Mage on I love Paul Dini but wasn t impressed with this less than magical Zatanna book Every issue is a villain of the week with Zatanna going up against whoever, struggling briefly before beating them with backwards talking magic It never feels like she s really challenged and the stories play out World famous stage magician and Justice League member Zatanna faces Brother Night, Fuseli th...

  3. Crystal Starr Light Crystal Starr Light says:

    Bullet Review I actually rather liked this The first story is better Zach, the whiney cousin was obnoxious and BLECH in the second buy both were much better than I expect Something with magic could have been oh so cheesy and goofy, but I thought Dini and crew did well.

  4. Logan Logan says:

    Pretty decent So I ve been interested in Zatanna recently, so I thought i d read up a little on her This volume can be split right down the middle, into two stories First one has what I guess is a Zatanna Villain, called Brother Night hes this mob boss in hell, who wants to come into Vegas, and claim territory over other gangs well okay At the same time, a detective helps Zatanna on this case, and oddly enough he looks exactly, like Bigby from Fables, and Zatanna looks like Snow, when shes Pretty decent So I ve been interested in Zatanna recently, so I thought i d read up a little on her This volume can be split right down the middle, into two stories First one has what I guess is a Zatanna Villain, called Brother Night hes this mob boss in hell, who wants to come into Vegas, and claim territory over other gangs well okay At the same time, a detective helps Zatanna on this case, and oddly enough he ...

  5. Gavin Gavin says:

    How odd, I really liked the 2nd Volume of this series, yet this was just boring and lame Maybe it took that long to get into writing it well, but that s odd since Paul Dini is usually reliable However I just couldn t get over that everything was a simple matter of she can use spells for everything, all she has to do is figure out how not to get gagged Also a little overly sexual in the imagery department, plus not enough good supporting characters no Batman appearances.Not really all that int How odd, I really liked the 2nd Volume of this series, yet this was just boring and lame Maybe it took that long to get into writing it well, but that s odd since Paul Dini is usually reliable However I just couldn t get over that everything was a s...

  6. Rick Hunter Rick Hunter says:

    I love the character Zatanna and had been wanting to read this for a while I m not sure whether I ve ever read anything by Paul Dini before, but I ve definitely heard the name and I know who he is This volume collects the first 6 issues of Zatanna and it has 2 different story arcs that last 3 issues each.In the first story Dini creates a new villain called Brother Night that is both a ganster and mystically powered being He made a deal with some demons that granted him mystical powers in orde I love the character Zatanna and had been wanting to read this for a while I m not sure whether I ve ever read anything by Paul Dini before, but I ve definitely heard the name and I know who he is This volume collects the first 6 issues of Zatanna and it has 2 different story arcs that last 3 issues each.In the first story Dini creates a new villain called Brother Night that is both a ganster and myst...

  7. Lexxi Kitty Lexxi Kitty says:

    Wrote a really long review It died when my browser died.soooo Briefly Never specifically cared about Zatanna when saw in other people s comicsbut this by Paul Dini so took a chance, both on a non Harley Quinn Dini story, and on Zatanna Was bored.First story arc involved some evil hippie dude who made a deal with the devil in the 60s to basically have a bunch of power, and be immortal, and have a groovy skull head From the 60s to now , whenever now might be, evil hippie Wrote a really long review It died when my browser died.soooo Briefly Never specifically cared about Zatanna when saw in other people s comicsbut this by Paul Dini so took a chance, both on a non Harley Quinn Dini story, and on Zatanna Was bored.First story arc involved some evil hippie dude who made a deal with the devil in the 60s to basically have a bunch of power, and be immortal, and have a groovy skull head From the 60s to now , whenever now might be, evil hippie dude was content with being the power in evil magic circles in San Fran Then decides, what the heck, let s take over the non magical side of crime in San Fran as well Zatanna, probably due to her being based in San Francisco, took this badly So she fought um Brother Dude Brother Blood Bloody Skull Dude I can t even recall the guys name now So, right, she fought him.Second story arc involved some evil business dude who made a deal with th...

  8. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) says:

    My first review got sucked into the Review Twilight Zone, so here we go again.Zatanna is an interesting mix of showmanship, jocular affability and incredible magical aptitude Her costume is a shirtwaist and tails, with a top hat, and she brandishes a magical wand Her enemies tend to underestimate her abilities, big time She sthan capable of taking on the practitioners of the darkest of magics, as evidenced in the story arcs of this book.This book was an improbably successful mix of a li My first review got sucked into the Review Twilight Zone, so here we go again.Zatanna is an interesting mix of showmanship, jocular affability and incredible magical aptitude Her costume is a shirtwaist and tails, with a top hat, and she brandishes a magical wand Her enemies tend to underestimate her abilities, big time She sthan capable of taking on the practitioners of the darkest of magics, as evidenced in the story arcs of this book.This book was an improbably successful mix of a light h...

  9. William Thomas William Thomas says:

    When I was just making my way into the early teen years of my life, Batman The Animated Series was on the air And I couldn t get enough of it Being a comic book super geek, i would watch it after school because I never did my homework, never studied and still pulled A s across the board I couldn t wait to watchandandRe...

  10. Michelle Cristiani Michelle Cristiani says:

    I like Zatanna very much, and would have added a star if I liked the arton this one The story was good intricate enough to hold interest, but simple enough to entertain.I have two issues with Zatanna First of all, she s insanely powerful Someone who can repair walls or heal wounds with a word, who can change weather and throw elements around, who can write her spells when her mouth won t work, and who has supreme mental strength in the face of mind control or poisonshe s practically I like Zatanna very much, and would have added a star if I liked the arton this one The story was good intricate enough to hold interest, but simple enough to entertain.I have two issues with Zatanna First of all, she s insanely powerful Someone who can repair walls or heal wounds with a word, who can change weather and throw elements...

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