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Zatanna just doesn’t like L.A. Never did, never will. Attending the opening of Hollywood’s new Magic Museum, filled with artifacts and costumes from the world’s greatest sorcerers, is more of a chore than a vacation. But she’ll be surprised by what she finds there – both a connection to her father, and a truly bizarre threat that she never saw coming! They say the clothes don’t make the man… but what happens when the clothes have other ideas? It’s one of Zatanna’s weirdest adventures yet, in a done-in-one by Adam Beechen (BATMAN BEYOND)!

Written by Adam Beechen
Art by Chad Hardin and Wayne Faucher
Cover by Jesus Saiz

Price: $2.99
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odare7711/19/10YesRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.8
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  1. I’m really liking this series.  I wouldn’t mind seeing a little more dysfunction like in 7Soldiers.  That was so much of her charm.  Either way, this is a lot of fun.

  2. Loving this…and I loved her in 7 Soldiers too…

  3. I like the supporting cast that is being developed around Z.  Would love to see more of them!

  4. Nothing against Beechen (loved his Robin stuff & Teen Titans (yes his Teen Titans)), but this is what got me to drop Streets of Gotham and Gotham City Sirens.

    With Wonder Woman changing hands and me dropping that book, that will leave me with very few DC books . . .

    Jonah Hex

    Freedom Fighters (DC will probably give it the axe soon)


    Not happy.

  5. Same here on Sirens.  Dini is back on SoG now but hopefully this is just a one issue guest writer as Dini is the only reason I pick up this title. 

    Beechen’s Beyond run has been OK, but I’d definitely prefer it if they traded titles and Dini writes BB while Beechen takes on Zatanna the way Bedard took over Sirens.

  6. Mediocre fill-in is mediocre.

  7. Dini’s first arc was fun but my wallet is telling me it may be time to cut this one loose.

  8. I thought the story was fine but the art pedestrian at best.

  9. Dammit, Dini was what made this book.

  10. I think Adam Beechen did a good job as a fill in writer.

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