Justice League Dark, Volume 1: In the Dark (2020)

Justice League Dark, Volume 1: In the Dark Peter Milligan Mikel Janín Justice League Dark Volume In the Dark A new type of super team must come together when supernatural forces threaten the DC Universe Justice League Dark The witch known as The Enchantress has gone mad unleashing a wave of chaos that not e
  • Title: Justice League Dark, Volume 1: In the Dark
  • Author: Peter Milligan Mikel Janín
  • ISBN: 9781401237042
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
Justice League Dark, Volume 1: In the Dark Peter Milligan Mikel Janín A new type of super team must come together when supernatural forces threaten the DC Universe Justice League Dark The witch known as The Enchantress has gone mad, unleashing a wave of chaos that not even the combined powers of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Cyborg can stop Shade the Changing Man, Madame Xanadu, Deadman, Zatanna, Mindwarp and John Constantine may be oA new type of super team must come together when supernatural forces threaten the DC Universe Justice League Dark The witch known as The Enchantress has gone mad, unleashing a wave of chaos that not even the combined powers of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Cyborg can stop Shade the Changing Man, Madame Xanadu, Deadman, Zatanna, Mindwarp 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 Critically acclaimed writer Peter Milligan brings together an unorthodox team for the most unnatural threats With stunning art by up and coming star Mikel Jan n Collecting Justice League Dark 1 6
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  1. Jeff

    And I ve got no defense for itThe heat is too intense for itWhat good would common sense for it do Cause it s witchcraft, wicked witchcraftAnd although, I know, it s strictly tabooWitchcraft written by Coleman and LeighYeah, this is Superman s lament and by extension others in the Justice League as well.Got magic We got a problem The Enchantress is voodooing some nasty stuff and Supes is way over his head.Busted by a swarm of witches teeth The ignominy Well, where s Batman Batman all tied up but [...]

  2. Anne

    This was interesting, but I think it could have been much better if a few things had been explained up front.Ok A lot of things.I m slightly annoyed with this so called reboot, because there seems to be quite a bit of back story missing from the characters If it s a continuation of older stories, then at least give those of us who haven t heard of these guys something to go on I d never heard of Shade the Changing Man before, so whatever the deal was with his meta vest completely blew over my he [...]

  3. Sesana

    What a wasted premise I like the idea of a team of heroes focusing on magical threats And let s just drop the Justice League part That s pure branding, and has nothing to do with the reality of the book It s certainly an interesting cast of characters, most of whome will probably be unfamiliar to many readers I m ok with that, I like when good characters get rescued from oblvion 52, anyone But they just aren t given all the help they need here.Like from a good storyline, instead of a weak, rambl [...]

  4. Sam Quixote

    It s becoming a clich with the New 52 but if you re picking this up thinking because the title has been rebooted that you re going to get introduced to the characters as if they re new, think again This series introduces a whole slew of Vertigo characters without explaining who they are, what they do, etc Some characters might be familiar like John Constantine the Hellblazer whose 2005 Keanu Reeves movie adaptation was terrible but popular, while readers of Batman might recognise Zatanna Otherwi [...]

  5. Joseph

    In this first volume of Justice League Dark, Madame Xanadu uses her powers against the Enchantress in order to assemble a diverse team of heroes from the mystical corners of the DCU John Constantine, Zatanna, Deadman, Shade, and Time Warp all team up to defeat Madame X s machinations and set up an uneasy alliance.Peter Milligan s script has a good number of eerie moments, from a maelstrom of teeth flying through the air slashing Superman, Wonder Woman, and Cyborg, to various icky monsters and gh [...]

  6. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

    The short of it This is weird For a supernatural fiction attracted person like myself, the idea of a Justice League sub group with members who are all gifted in the magical supernatural arena was too awesome to resist It has some pretty weighty DC magical members, such as John Constantine, Zatanna one of my new favorites , Madame Xanadu, and Deadman Add some new to me character like Shade The Changing Man and Mindwarp, and you have an interesting cast of characters Madame Xanadu is a powerful se [...]

  7. Anna (Curiosity comes before Kay)

    Maybe I m rating this higher than I should, but I can honestly say it s one of the better New 52 books I ve read Mainly because it has a coherent story line Halle freaking lujah It s pretty horrible when you re so grateful you can follow the plot that you don t necessarily care if you know any character back story What I know about these guys could fit in a thimble I was proud I recognized Deadman from the Justice League cartoon though but I at least recognized almost all of their names even if [...]

  8. StoryTellerShannon

    The magic using superheroes are a bunch of misfits but only their group can handle magical problems Make sense Clear as mud.A few things aren t explained and other sections have some plot holes.That said, this is a great start to try something new rather than the usual derivative fluff.Awesome artwork or close to it OVERALL GRADE B to B plus just makes 4 stars

  9. Evan Leach

    I like the concept behind this book a team of weirdos and misfits band together to deal with the supernatural problems plaguing the DC Universe In this story arc, the team assembles for the first time when a witch known as the Enchantress starts raising hell Interestingly, Peter Milligan doesn t really dive into who the different characters are until the third issue This has the benefit of dropping readers right into the action, but if you re not familiar with the various principals like me , t [...]

  10. Carly

    For the most part, this graphic novel was really enjoyable and I liked majority of the characters and there respective narratives However I do feel like the storytelling wasn t that good For me, comic stories are typically very basic and not as fleshed out That doesn t make them bad by any means but knowing magic was incorporated into the story I thought this was be different Magic systems are complex and so I expected it to be a little fleshed out and this story just wasn t It was mediocre and [...]

  11. Devann

    Really the only reason I rated this 3 stars instead of 4 is because it s very much an introduction assembling the team volume and while that s all good and fun it s also not really that compelling But it s definitely necessary, especially for people like me who have little to no knowledge of most of these characters They all seem like grade A human disasters though so I m anticipating this series being a lot of fun Also Madame Xanadu had the most ridiculous boob window in her dress and I m so gl [...]

  12. Mike

    Whoops, wrong review Please Stand By.Good new origin story Might be going for the big gun villain rather early, but not many beyond Darkseid could have kept Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern on the ropes at the same time There is a brief postlude introducing threads eventually woven into the Justice League Trinity War storyline, but that won t come along until issues 22 23 of Justice League.

  13. Cale

    Seriously, this is what you killed Hellblazer for So John Constantine can stand and act grouchy with a couple of other magic based characters Look, I ve read Zatanna s series I ready the first dozen issues of Madame Xanadu back when she was Vertigo too And I remember Enchantress from Shadowpact which was an amazing use of magic characters in the DC Universe I ve never read Shade The Changing Man, but I m vaguely familiar with him And the Deadman Dove storyline from Brightest Day was relatively d [...]

  14. Kris43

    This has some redeeming quality s It is very pretty It has some awesome Vertigo characters in it.Then again, this has a lot horrible quality s to it It focuses on grandiose displays of how magic in dangerous, so you have a lot of bizarre disasters but not much substance to it These awesome characters are not so awesome here Madame Xandu spends her time doped up on massive amounts of drugs and it is repeatedly said she suffers unimaginable visions without drugs So one day she separates the good [...]

  15. Nicola Mansfield

    So here I am coming into this one totally blind I haven t a clue who any of these superheroes are, nor am I sure I want paranormal superheroes in the first place But since I m reading JL, I figured I d give it a try at least and OMG I absolutely loved it These guys are fantastic Why have I never heard of them K, I love Deadman the best, just totally awesome and I couldn t believe when his girlfriend was Dove What was she doing here I m not sure about Xanadu she seems a bit cagey and might not be [...]

  16. Hakim

    As a fan of Hellblazer, I was curious as to the treatment John Constantine was given by DC Comics after the last reboot Sadly, this book was kind of a mess.Several mystic DC characters are teamed up in Justice League Dark Xanadu, Zatanna, Shade the Changing Man, Deadman, Mindwarp and Constantine Looks good on paper, but the story was very disjointed and confusing More importantly, the lack of character background I am not familiar with Mindwarp and Shade was the true turn off, for me As for Cons [...]

  17. Omar Alhashimi

    So, the only reason I got into this series was that the second and third volumes were written by Jeff Lemire So hopefully those volumes do the series justice since this one certainly didn t The concept is obviously great, do have a dark team But unfortunately it was done in a very messy way, especially since I don t know anything about these characters I wish it was taken slowly and carefully showed each character and what they had to offer, then introduce the threat This was just all over the [...]

  18. Jean

    I really want to like JLD It s got Zatanna, one of my favorite DC characters, and a rather watered down version of John Constantine it s got a team of magic users the potential for plenty of actual dark storylines Sadly, this isn t it An entertaining but not particularly meaty read, goes to quick and with too little story, with the characters I know almost alarmingly out of character I ve heard it got better after Milligin left I m really hoping this is true and look forward to the second volume [...]

  19. Gökberk Kaya

    The story is great but it gets boring and sometimes it confuses you.I didnt liked the drawings but its meh

  20. Kyle Warner

    As a fan of Hellblazer, I figured I d check out Constantine s other comic book ventures in the Justice League Dark series And um, after this Volume, I do believe I ll just go back to the Hellblazer books This is a poorly written, difficult to follow, and sometimes goofy to look at comic book It s a New 52 comic, so it s starting over kinda , but it doesn t give much to readers who are checking out these characters for the first time I know John Constantine I know something about Zatanna and Ench [...]

  21. Julian

    Advance copy review If the point of the New 52 is to be accessible to new readers this book isn t terribly successful I was able to suss out who had what magical powers but the narrative itself was fragmented and sloppy I think a major culprit was the reliance of the book on magic I can enjoy and accept stories that involve this sort of thing, superhero books in general have fantastic elements, but in Justice League Dark magic seemed to be used as filler for plot development Major occurrences ar [...]

  22. James Dunphy

    Justice League Dark is the third JL team in DC s New 52 reboot behind the regular JLA and the returning JLI This shadow group of DC s most powerful team is comprised of various dark, gothish members of the DCU Think occult heroes likes Shade, Deadman, John Constantine, Mindwarp, Zatanna, and Madame Xanadu.In this first volume they are seen teaming up to fight against the Enchantress who has split from her host persona and it seem going insane The first six issues follow these heroes as they try [...]

  23. MC

    I have to say that one of my favorite female comics characters is the Magician and Sorceress Zatanna Zatara She is a unique concept for a character as she is a stage magician who can do actual magic and fights supernatural threats as a member of the Justice League Really neat Her whole schtick is that she casts spells by saying the words backwards, and, so long as there is not some situational constraint placed on her by the laws of magic, the limit to her power is pretty high She is arguably ev [...]

  24. Christopher Rush

    I solemnly promise I am not reading these hoping they will be bad I m not looking for a frustrating time Nor can you really say I m not giving these a fair shake reading over a dozen New 52 volumes is quite generous, considering how unimpressive they are Take this pail of hogwash, for example Admittedly, beginning with a nominalization is poor writing, but there is no story here Truly no story Instead, we have a jumbled mess of pseudo introduction stories masquerading as a typical gathering of h [...]

  25. Kevin

    The Justice League has been defeated A powerful enchantress is destroying the earth Now earth s mightiest mystic heroes must team up to stop it How do you screw up such an awesome concept Well The characterization of our heroes is all over the place I am most familiar with John Constantine and Zatana, but neither is presented in a way that makes them interesting nor compelling Constantine should have been wise cracking and less caring Zatana is supposed to be fun and charming not an annoying te [...]

  26. Kyle

    I ve never been drawn to the magical characters in the DC Universe Other than Day of Vengeance , the odd Shadowpact mention, and their role in the Infinite Crisis, I haven t really followed the storylines behind the magical characters So I think Justice League Dark acts as a good jumping on point for people like me who are aware that these characters exist and have played a role in the DCU, but really only know the characters by name.In fact, this first volume of Justice League Dark intrigued me [...]

  27. Michael Church

    Given the cast of this series, I knew I d be intrigued by it to say the least Deadman and Zatanna are enough to pull me in given my previous experience, but as it turned out, Constantine was the real shining star of the book As with all of The Dark books that I ve read so far, there s a big focus on mystery and darker themes, and there s a lot of potential for great character development and conflicts The first few issues really got the ball rolling and introduced the characters effectively Whil [...]

  28. Nancy Meservier

    Justice League Dark is a comic book series that draws upon the mystical side of the DC Universe After receiving horrifying visions of the future, Madame Xanadu must draw together some rather unheroic individuals to prevent it all from coming true John Constantine, Zatanna, Shade, Deadman, and Mindwarp The results at least in this volume, In the Dark are decidedly mixed, but I felt there were enough positive elements to make it worth my time I was happy that I read it, but I was also happy I chos [...]

  29. Scott Allen

    When DC announced the whole New 52 reboot of their entire comic line, I rejected it 100% I was at a point in my comic book reading where I was really tired of all the manipulation of customers new series starting every months, meaningless reboots, 1 issues just to get a boost in sales So, I dropped all of the DC comic books on my pull list And then pretty quickly after that I stopped buying comic books altogether but that was for financial reasons.But I decided to check out some of these new 52 [...]

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