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• The conclusion to the “DEATH OF MAGIC” comes crashing down upon our heroes, as its consequences dramatically shift the status quo of the team moving forward!

• This issue also has ties to the new ongoing CONSTANTINE series, also on sale this month.

Story by Jeff Lemire & Ray Fawkes
Art by Mikel Janin
Cover by Mikel Janin

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%
Avg Rating: 3.6
Users who pulled this comic:


  1. I really want this book to be better than it’s been.

  2. This book and Demon Knights are fun, but I do think there’s so much fun to be had here. Looking forward to more magic in the DCU!

  3. Mikel Janin’s work is regularly a joy to behold, but the stories haven’t been altogether compelling. I’m possibly bowing out with this arc’s resolution.

  4. I already removed this from my pull but I’ll probably buy this issue just to see the arc wrap up. This series is typically solid but it became something I was just reading out of habit. Ever since Milligan’s first arc this series hasn’t lived up to its potential.

  5. IMO this arc has been really good. Maybe my favorite so far. I’ve been happy with JLD ever since Lemire came on-board.

  6. Ehh, i’m just on the edge of dropping this. Hate what they did to the Tim/Tim’s dad back story here. I’ll likely stick around for the next arc for Swampy/the flash/doc destiny, but if it doesn’t pick up i’m off.

    It all just feels so pointless!

  7. I have not enjoyed this latest story arc the way I did the first several issues of the series. The art has become too clean and the stories just aren’t dark and creepy enough, the way they once were. The best part of the issue though was the ending when Constantine stopped being a nice guy and went back to the FTW attitude we all know and love.

  8. This was a decent end to the arc but it certainly didn’t make me regret dropping the book. It was probably my favorite arc since Milligan left but it was still rather bland. Milligan’s first few issues of the series were a bit plodding but at least the comic had personality. Ever since he left (and kinda during the I, Vampire crossover) it’s turned into a completely standard, baseline superhero comic with some cool supernatural-themed characters. I assume that’s what DC wants. It’s not what I want. So long JLD.

  9. I didn’t really enjoy this issue. Wasn’t really a fan of the whole arc though either. Hopefully things change for the better next issue. I will be here through Trinity War but after that I have a feeling I will be dropping a lot of titles.

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