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The Justice League Dark team is called into action by Wonder Woman in hopes of finding Pandora's Box, which may hold the only answers to save an ailing Superman. Not about to let the Seven Deadly Sins escape from Pandora's Box, The Phantom Stranger pleads with the remaining members of the Justice League to stop Wonder Woman before she accidentally puts an end to the world The Justice League Dark team is called into action by Wonder Woman in hopes of finding Pandora's Box, which may hold the only answers to save an ailing Superman. Not about to let the Seven Deadly Sins escape from Pandora's Box, The Phantom Stranger pleads with the remaining members of the Justice League to stop Wonder Woman before she accidentally puts an end to the world as they know it. Collecting: Justice League Dark 22-29


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The Justice League Dark team is called into action by Wonder Woman in hopes of finding Pandora's Box, which may hold the only answers to save an ailing Superman. Not about to let the Seven Deadly Sins escape from Pandora's Box, The Phantom Stranger pleads with the remaining members of the Justice League to stop Wonder Woman before she accidentally puts an end to the world The Justice League Dark team is called into action by Wonder Woman in hopes of finding Pandora's Box, which may hold the only answers to save an ailing Superman. Not about to let the Seven Deadly Sins escape from Pandora's Box, The Phantom Stranger pleads with the remaining members of the Justice League to stop Wonder Woman before she accidentally puts an end to the world as they know it. Collecting: Justice League Dark 22-29

30 review for Justice League Dark, Volume 4: The Rebirth of Evil

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Every issue in this was part of crossovers with other books. It was super confusing to only read one fourth of the story. I'm not sure why they even bothered to collect these 2 storylines in their individual books because it's incomprehensible without reading the other books (Justice League, Justice League of America, Constantine, Trinity of Sin: Pandora, and Phantom Stranger) as well. Save yourself the confusion and read the whole story in Justice League: Trinity War and Forever Evil: Blight in Every issue in this was part of crossovers with other books. It was super confusing to only read one fourth of the story. I'm not sure why they even bothered to collect these 2 storylines in their individual books because it's incomprehensible without reading the other books (Justice League, Justice League of America, Constantine, Trinity of Sin: Pandora, and Phantom Stranger) as well. Save yourself the confusion and read the whole story in Justice League: Trinity War and Forever Evil: Blight instead. On the plus side, Mikel Janin's art is beautiful.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Calista

    I felt this book was the best of the series so far. We started out with the Justice League and the crime syndicate all together and then something happened and they leave the book. Until that point with they Justice league works with JLdark, it was a whole lot of fun. They split up together. We never see them come back into the story. That's too bad. Pandora and the Trio show back up. I wish we saw more of the Question. Pandora's skull is featured and it corrupts many of the JL members. I loved I felt this book was the best of the series so far. We started out with the Justice League and the crime syndicate all together and then something happened and they leave the book. Until that point with they Justice league works with JLdark, it was a whole lot of fun. They split up together. We never see them come back into the story. That's too bad. Pandora and the Trio show back up. I wish we saw more of the Question. Pandora's skull is featured and it corrupts many of the JL members. I loved this story. Then John has to go off looking for Zatanna. One of the interesting scenes was John in the House of Mystery and all this little John devils come out and make chaos. The conversation in those panels about the shadowself and other concepts was the best. I loved that. It reminded me of Alan's Moore's Promethea and how trippy that could be. There were several scenes in this one that got real trippy and I like that kind of writing. After this, the volume ends up being about John and Zatanna. I didn't think the end was very Constantine like. He loves Zatanna and I can't see the ending. I really can't. It's an interesting ending and I do wonder where they are going to take this. I enjoy seeing Zatanna and John together. on the page. Xanadu never came back at the end of the rest of the dark members. There also wasn't enough Frank in this volume. I think that character is bodacious. I want more Frank. The team was split up, but it all still worked for me. I actually almost liked John a bit in this issue. Most of the time, I can't stand him. The end put him back in my hate category, but there were some great ideas and it really got down below the surface of life into the shadow self. I'm a happy camper here. I will read the next one.

  3. 4 out of 5

    'kris Pung

    There are so many missing tie-ins that this volume is impossible to understand what the hell is going on.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    It's more of the same with John Constantine in the lead but then it brings in other DC events and becomes convoluted. The artwork is great and that's about the only reason I didn't give this one a lower grade. OVERALL GRADE: C plus to B mins. It's more of the same with John Constantine in the lead but then it brings in other DC events and becomes convoluted. The artwork is great and that's about the only reason I didn't give this one a lower grade. OVERALL GRADE: C plus to B mins.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Michael Church

    Yet another book that had so much potential but was absolutely destroyed by all of this crossover crap. The issue is that they just don't make it clear how all this is supposed to flow. This honestly cannot function on its own without reading the companion material. It makes huge leaps from one issue to the next. The thing is, the stories are interesting and there is decent art here. The Trinity War was a fun set up for Forever Evil, and Blight had the potential to be a really high concept piece Yet another book that had so much potential but was absolutely destroyed by all of this crossover crap. The issue is that they just don't make it clear how all this is supposed to flow. This honestly cannot function on its own without reading the companion material. It makes huge leaps from one issue to the next. The thing is, the stories are interesting and there is decent art here. The Trinity War was a fun set up for Forever Evil, and Blight had the potential to be a really high concept piece. The first issue had it set up in a way that it could have made a real lasting impact on comics. The concept is that evil, as a force, is all of the interconnected negative thoughts and actions of people across the world. This is the titular "Blight" and it's a great concept. Unfortunately, after some weird astral plane stuff, it goes into just a standard big baddie fight that was pretty unsatisfying. Especially since the big change was only really impactful if you had read the previous issues of Phantom Stranger (which I hadn't). Oh, but it's not done yet. This crossover covers not one, not two, but THREE arcs. After all of the other stuff, Constantine is still trying to figure out where everyone went after Trinity War, so that has to be taken care of. With what's included here, it's almost a throwaway story. The bulk of what happens is in other titles. The art is decent. There are a couple of issues that do really well. It's amazing the difference it makes when Mikel Janin does his own inks. I just wish the book had a murkier look. It's too clean and polished and normal looking for this book. It needs to get trippier. I'm not saying this is terrible, it's just a tough way to get into the series. I wish they had forced you to buy Trinity War and Forever Evil: Blight as their own trades. It would have completely taken the place of this volume and would've made a lot more sense. I'm not really looking forward to having to coordinate all of my books over the next year to make everything make sense.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Bill

    Again, DC Comics? Why do you print these compilations of a single title, when it's part of a much larger cross-over? The resulting volume makes little or no sense. But that's not my major issue here. I have a fondness for the magical, mystical side of the DC universe, and this is a mockery of it. Characters like Swamp Thing, Phantom Stranger, Deadman, and others are thrown in as if they're highly significant, then quickly fade to the background. The whole thing seems like just an attempt to show Again, DC Comics? Why do you print these compilations of a single title, when it's part of a much larger cross-over? The resulting volume makes little or no sense. But that's not my major issue here. I have a fondness for the magical, mystical side of the DC universe, and this is a mockery of it. Characters like Swamp Thing, Phantom Stranger, Deadman, and others are thrown in as if they're highly significant, then quickly fade to the background. The whole thing seems like just an attempt to show off as many parts of the magical side of the DC universe, post-reboot, with no rhyme or reason. I know a part of the whole DC reboot is that these characters are supposed to be new and inexperienced, but they're mostly portrayed as morons. For example: why would the entire Justice League, including heavy hitters like Shazam, go on a mission to pick up an artifact that turns you evil? Without any sort of planning or strategy? And the writers need to go back and read a stack of Hellblazer comics to learn who John Constantine is. His defining characteristic throughout this volume is some bizarrely pure and wholesome love for Zatanna. What. Hopefully DC will get the magical side of their superhero universe right in their next reboot, because this is all wrong.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kyle

    It's all supplementary crossover material to events happening elsewhere in the DCNU. No complete stories to talk about. In fact, it feels like giant chunks are missing if you try to read this volume as a complete story. 2/5 It's all supplementary crossover material to events happening elsewhere in the DCNU. No complete stories to talk about. In fact, it feels like giant chunks are missing if you try to read this volume as a complete story. 2/5

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nancy O'Toole

    Justice League Dark, vol 4: The Rebirth of Evil: Proving that crossover events are, more often than not, overblown, overstuffed, overcrowded plies of crap that squander the wonderful characters that bring us to comics in the first place. Also, The Rebirth of Evil proves that DC can be a bunch of derps when it comes to their trade paperback collections. There were issues MISSING from these arcs, and I had no idea what was going on half the time, and that confusion kept me from otherwise enjoying Justice League Dark, vol 4: The Rebirth of Evil: Proving that crossover events are, more often than not, overblown, overstuffed, overcrowded plies of crap that squander the wonderful characters that bring us to comics in the first place. Also, The Rebirth of Evil proves that DC can be a bunch of derps when it comes to their trade paperback collections. There were issues MISSING from these arcs, and I had no idea what was going on half the time, and that confusion kept me from otherwise enjoying the book's few true gems. Ugh.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nessie McInness

    As Batman in the Lego Movie would say: WHAT THE HECK WAS THAT Seriously though, what was this!? Scattered as hell (AND I read this after I read Forever Evil!), confusing, and I just could NOT care about the characters. And this includes Zatanna, one of my favourite DC characters. Here's some reasons why this sucks: - You took Jeff Lemire away from me. You can't do this. I feel cheated, just like I did when Geoff Johns left Green Lantern, but in a smaller scale. The new guy just isn't as good as Lemir As Batman in the Lego Movie would say: WHAT THE HECK WAS THAT Seriously though, what was this!? Scattered as hell (AND I read this after I read Forever Evil!), confusing, and I just could NOT care about the characters. And this includes Zatanna, one of my favourite DC characters. Here's some reasons why this sucks: - You took Jeff Lemire away from me. You can't do this. I feel cheated, just like I did when Geoff Johns left Green Lantern, but in a smaller scale. The new guy just isn't as good as Lemire or Milligan (I secretly admit that the Milligan issues were the best). - You took Mikel Janin away from me. Seriously, this book had a great team, you take the writer I like out, but ok, I'll stay for the art, it's amazing. And then you replace the artist with someone else. Not terrible, but not half as good as Janin. Sad. - Nightmare nurse? REALLY? First of all, WHO THE HELL IS THAT?! And second, if you're bringing back a lesser known character, or introducing a new one, don't make it this terrible. I use scalpels everyday at work, and even though I'm not a nurse, I find this offensive to my intellect. And I'm a BIG fan of cheese, this is just waaaaaay too bad - Faust? I thought the Felix plot was finished after they opened the books of magic. I might be wrong, but I just found this TERRIBLY confusing.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Aaron

    DON'T READ THIS BOOK. SERIOUSLY. This "volume" of Justice League Dark represents some of the stupidest editorial decision making I've ever seen. Genuinely, this book is 100% unreadable. Every single issue presented here is part of a multi-part story arc that crosses over with multiple other series, which are, for some insane reason, not collected here. It's like picking up a novel and only reading chapters 1, 5, 9, and 14. You will be truly lost and frustrated, particularly when you realize that DON'T READ THIS BOOK. SERIOUSLY. This "volume" of Justice League Dark represents some of the stupidest editorial decision making I've ever seen. Genuinely, this book is 100% unreadable. Every single issue presented here is part of a multi-part story arc that crosses over with multiple other series, which are, for some insane reason, not collected here. It's like picking up a novel and only reading chapters 1, 5, 9, and 14. You will be truly lost and frustrated, particularly when you realize that things are missing completely on your own, because the comic doesn't tell you. I really feel like this is a trick on DC's part to force consumers to buy this trade, only to realize the books they actually need are completely different. If you want to actually read the stories semi-collected here, what you need are these two books: Justice League: Trinity War Forever Evil: Blight The same issues collected in this pointless trade appear in full in those two trades, while also giving you the entire storyline for both of them. It will actually make sense if you read them this way instead of wasting one second with this literal piece of trash.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Devann

    [low groaning] I just literally don't understand why this exists. Every single issue in this is a tie-in to something else so none of it reads anything approaching coherently without picking up ten other titles and jumping between them, which I absolutely refuse to do. This title sounded like a cool idea at first and I put up with all the stupid I, Vampire crossovers in the earlier volumes because at least it was just ONE title, but this is ridiculous. I absolutely hate big comic crossover events [low groaning] I just literally don't understand why this exists. Every single issue in this is a tie-in to something else so none of it reads anything approaching coherently without picking up ten other titles and jumping between them, which I absolutely refuse to do. This title sounded like a cool idea at first and I put up with all the stupid I, Vampire crossovers in the earlier volumes because at least it was just ONE title, but this is ridiculous. I absolutely hate big comic crossover events like this because I neither know nor care about probably 75% of the people involved, and it's not like anyone gets any actual page time when you smush that many people into an issue together anyway. Ugh. Should I even finish this series? Are the last two volumes crossovers as well? Because I'm not reading any more outside crap that DC is trying to pitch to me with this series.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Richard Rosenthal

    AS Much as I liked the Forever Evil series I hate what its done to all the other DC titles. I've read almost everything that ties in with Justice League Dark and I still found this collection to be a confusing mess. DC needs to make a flow chart or a reading list telling people what order to read these books in. Also I didn't much care for the end of this story and what it appears they are doing with Constantine. AS Much as I liked the Forever Evil series I hate what its done to all the other DC titles. I've read almost everything that ties in with Justice League Dark and I still found this collection to be a confusing mess. DC needs to make a flow chart or a reading list telling people what order to read these books in. Also I didn't much care for the end of this story and what it appears they are doing with Constantine.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Amanda [Novel Addiction]

    Actual rating: 3.25 stars. I love the Justice League Dark. And guess what? I just want to read the Justice League Dark. I am sick of major crossover events. Is it so wrong to want to read one title? Luckily I had read Constantine volume 2 just before this, so I was able to pick up some of what this volume lacked. I'm good at reading between the lines anyways, but ugh, I don't think I should have to do that all the time. I love epic stories as much as the next person, but the huge events get tirin Actual rating: 3.25 stars. I love the Justice League Dark. And guess what? I just want to read the Justice League Dark. I am sick of major crossover events. Is it so wrong to want to read one title? Luckily I had read Constantine volume 2 just before this, so I was able to pick up some of what this volume lacked. I'm good at reading between the lines anyways, but ugh, I don't think I should have to do that all the time. I love epic stories as much as the next person, but the huge events get tiring after a while, especially since I don't want to read every single DC title they release, no matter what DC seems to think. /end rant Hoping the next book is better.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Starts out as a strong showing of last ditch attempt by the occultists of the Justice League Dark to save the world from a supernatural incursion, but the plot peters out into a magical dues ex machina of hidden spirits serving hidden agendas and that one hero, unbeknownst to characters and readers alike, had the willpower to get everyone out of danger. Good art that really served the characters at first, but it devolved as the plot did, and everyone became uncharacteristically overblown.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Thelaurakremer

    I am starting to despise large crossover events that make it impossible to just read a run of something. I just want to read JL Dark. Not the freaking Phantom Stranger or Pandora or Blight. It's just annoying also I liked the earlier writers, the longer it goes the less I'm liking it. I still like the idea of the team but I'm just not super excited lately. Also can we stop with Nightmare Nurse? I like the character but the outfit and the name. Time for some rebranding. Stat. I am starting to despise large crossover events that make it impossible to just read a run of something. I just want to read JL Dark. Not the freaking Phantom Stranger or Pandora or Blight. It's just annoying also I liked the earlier writers, the longer it goes the less I'm liking it. I still like the idea of the team but I'm just not super excited lately. Also can we stop with Nightmare Nurse? I like the character but the outfit and the name. Time for some rebranding. Stat.

  16. 5 out of 5

    John Yelverton

    I truly hate it when perfectly good book series are hijacked by "events" in the DC Universe, and the story lines that have made us grow to like the characters are put on the back burner until the "event" is over. Sadly, that's exactly what happened in this book. Maybe things will be back on track in the next one. I truly hate it when perfectly good book series are hijacked by "events" in the DC Universe, and the story lines that have made us grow to like the characters are put on the back burner until the "event" is over. Sadly, that's exactly what happened in this book. Maybe things will be back on track in the next one.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Nathanael

    I don't even know how you could review this properly. The story is hacked to bits and apparently scattered across multiple volumes thanks to the Trinity War event. The end result is a borderline incomprehensible story with characters popping in at random and doing things for reasons not made explicit by the story. Very frustrating read. I don't even know how you could review this properly. The story is hacked to bits and apparently scattered across multiple volumes thanks to the Trinity War event. The end result is a borderline incomprehensible story with characters popping in at random and doing things for reasons not made explicit by the story. Very frustrating read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Scott Rhee

    What the actual fuck, Justice League Dark? I was seriously beginning to dig this series, and then I read Volume 4, “Rebirth of Evil”, which is kind of a big pile of shit. And I think that might be generous. Part of the problem is something I’ve complained about in other comic book series, and it may just be a personal pet peeve, but I can’t believe that I’m alone in finding this annoying. It’s basically this: when comic books do “cross-overs” in which a storyline begins in one title, but is contin What the actual fuck, Justice League Dark? I was seriously beginning to dig this series, and then I read Volume 4, “Rebirth of Evil”, which is kind of a big pile of shit. And I think that might be generous. Part of the problem is something I’ve complained about in other comic book series, and it may just be a personal pet peeve, but I can’t believe that I’m alone in finding this annoying. It’s basically this: when comic books do “cross-overs” in which a storyline begins in one title, but is continued in another. In some cases, the storyline crosses over two or three or maybe even four other titles, and how the fuck am I supposed to know which issue to read next? And do the comics book publishers think I’m made of money? Comic books are expensive. I’m not going to buy two or three other comic books just to finish a damn storyline. When I read Justice League Dark #22, I expect the story to be continued in Justice League Dark #23, NOT in Constantine #18, NOR Justice League of America #846. Next time, give me a fucking chart or tell me, “Hey, kids, if you want to find out what happens next time, check out Swamp Thing#261 and then read Batman Annual #75”. Don’t be fucking dicks and leave me hanging. Anyway, this volume pissed me off, because I had no idea what the hell was going on, and, on top of that, they pulled a dick move in the end with Constantine’s character. Yeah, I know he’s an asshole. That’s part of his charm. But to call his character out and say that he’d sell out the world for a piece of ass (even if the ass belonged to Zatanna) is selling him pretty fucking short. All I’m gonna say is Volume 5 better redeem this series or I’m callin’ it quits…

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline O.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This issue of Justice League Dark opens in the middle of something going on - so I was very confused at first. I felt like I had missed something. Anyway, the Justice League are after Pandora's Box for some reason - even though every time a Leaguer gets near it - it turns them evil, including Superman. The Phantom Stranger arrives at A.R.G.U.S. to warn everyone of the danger the Box represents. Wonder Woman goes after Pandora's Box and is infected. Constantine gets the box from Wonder Woman and This issue of Justice League Dark opens in the middle of something going on - so I was very confused at first. I felt like I had missed something. Anyway, the Justice League are after Pandora's Box for some reason - even though every time a Leaguer gets near it - it turns them evil, including Superman. The Phantom Stranger arrives at A.R.G.U.S. to warn everyone of the danger the Box represents. Wonder Woman goes after Pandora's Box and is infected. Constantine gets the box from Wonder Woman and Zatanna but rather than arrive in London, he and Zatanna arrive at the Temple of Hephaestus and are swallowed underground. Constantine and his team learn, too late, that Pandora's Box is a doorway to Earth-3. It allows the Crime Syndicate (evil versions of the Justice League) to invade Earth. The crime syndicate causes all sorts of trouble and, off-stage, even defeats the Justice League. Meanwhile, with his own team missing, Constantine joins forces with Nightmare Nurse, Swamp Thing, Pandora, and later Deadman, to solve the crisis. Opening Pandora's box has also released Blight - a distillation of all the worst things about humanity. Defeating Blight requires the Big Guns including the angel, Zauriel. After that, Constantine must rescue his team and other magic-users, all held prisoner in Nanda Parbat. He succeeds but at a high cost. Justice League Dark is consistently a very good book, and volume 4 is excellent. It's complex, well-written, and has truly brilliant art. I read the book twice, and still found there to be an awful lot going on. The story isn't hard to follow - there is just a lot of it. This is a highly recommended book and series. If you haven't tried Justice League Dark it's a must read. Volume 4 is the best so far, but don't start there - this series must be read from the beginning.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Brini

    I'm glad that the German volume contains the stories of the other comic series unlike the American version, therefore the main stories of this crossover events are included, but some illustrations are just plain bad (I think it was the illustrations of the Phantom Stranger issues I didn't like). I like the idea of Blight, but I still don't get why they had to bring God and an Angel into this just to say they all knew beforehand he won't help saving the world. The concept of Nightmare Nurse annoy I'm glad that the German volume contains the stories of the other comic series unlike the American version, therefore the main stories of this crossover events are included, but some illustrations are just plain bad (I think it was the illustrations of the Phantom Stranger issues I didn't like). I like the idea of Blight, but I still don't get why they had to bring God and an Angel into this just to say they all knew beforehand he won't help saving the world. The concept of Nightmare Nurse annoyed me a little. Her only purpose was to help Constantine with his magic like Zatanna usually did, but couldn't because she had to be kidnapped to be Constantine's only impulse to get to her and at the same time save the world merely by accident. At one point Constantine is way too out of character for my taste, acting like a lovesick teenager. He never cared that much for someone before. His ambition usually was to maintain a balance, ensure that no one had too much power (they didn't deserve). All in all a great plot, but sometimes a little disappointing.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Joseph

    Find yourself a reading order for both Forever Evil and FE: Blight, as this volume of JLD contains stories that are part of both. Everything needs to be read in order or nothing will make a lot of sense. I felt that DeMatteis and Lemire did a better job on the scripting chores than on the other Blight books. It starts with a team of heroes from the JL, JLA, and JLD looking for Pandora's box, and ends with the new JLD rescuing the old JLD from Felix Faust and Nicky Necro, who have banded together Find yourself a reading order for both Forever Evil and FE: Blight, as this volume of JLD contains stories that are part of both. Everything needs to be read in order or nothing will make a lot of sense. I felt that DeMatteis and Lemire did a better job on the scripting chores than on the other Blight books. It starts with a team of heroes from the JL, JLA, and JLD looking for Pandora's box, and ends with the new JLD rescuing the old JLD from Felix Faust and Nicky Necro, who have banded together to capture all the major mages on Earth in order to create a super-weapon that will take care of whatever magical menace is frightening the Crime Syndicate over in the FE storyline. Mikel Janin's art is fantastic as always, even though he leaves the book mid-way to work on the new Grayson title. The replacement artist I can't remember, but it's adequate and fits the book well.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cale

    This is another section of Forever Evil; though it claims to be Justice League Dark, the vast majority of it is focused on Constantine (which makes it kind of hard to reconcile with his personal series that takes place at the same time). This book suffers the same ways as the other crossovers do - huge plot holes that are barely acknowledged, much less explained, and most of the major action takes place in other books. Although this does seem to capture most of the major mystical moments, a lot This is another section of Forever Evil; though it claims to be Justice League Dark, the vast majority of it is focused on Constantine (which makes it kind of hard to reconcile with his personal series that takes place at the same time). This book suffers the same ways as the other crossovers do - huge plot holes that are barely acknowledged, much less explained, and most of the major action takes place in other books. Although this does seem to capture most of the major mystical moments, a lot is still missing. What's there is pretty epic, and Constantine and Zatanna are fairly well portrayed. It works for the most part, but it does have a lot of problems.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Brini

    After the Blight storyline is finished, this comic book gets a little bit boring. It drags on for too long and ends in a typical love triangle. Nothing new, nothing refreshing, just an ordinary plot. The end however gave me mood swings. You can't give even one character your unconditional support. You know how they are but you still end up being surprised about them— especially about Constantine. The last part is -as I've already said- the most eventful and therefore the best part, and although After the Blight storyline is finished, this comic book gets a little bit boring. It drags on for too long and ends in a typical love triangle. Nothing new, nothing refreshing, just an ordinary plot. The end however gave me mood swings. You can't give even one character your unconditional support. You know how they are but you still end up being surprised about them— especially about Constantine. The last part is -as I've already said- the most eventful and therefore the best part, and although I do not like the end, it's nevertheless or perhaps because of it really good.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    I'm really glad for the switch of authors. I'm a big fan of DeMatteis. Sometimes I think, this is the guy who wrote Moonshadow? This book has a couple problems. 1) People tell you what a mistrustful character John Constantine is without actually showing you what a scoundrel he is. (Kinda same with the show right now.) 2) This seems like it was part of a larger story across several titles, so there are large gaps in plot. I'm really glad for the switch of authors. I'm a big fan of DeMatteis. Sometimes I think, this is the guy who wrote Moonshadow? This book has a couple problems. 1) People tell you what a mistrustful character John Constantine is without actually showing you what a scoundrel he is. (Kinda same with the show right now.) 2) This seems like it was part of a larger story across several titles, so there are large gaps in plot.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mouse

    What an absolute f**king mess! I really was enjoying the Justice League Dark...volumes 1-3...but then they brought in the New 52 Justice League and then everything got f**ked up! They had a good thing going and then they just shot themselves in the foot! This book is a convoluted mess, makes no sense, not worth getting a headache over! Terrible editing!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Dramatica Darmody

    This volume skipped around A LOT. I'm assuming that's cos the story is woven into different titles. One of them is the Justice League, I know that, but are there others? I'm rather confused right now, and I miss when it was more of a stand alone story. This volume skipped around A LOT. I'm assuming that's cos the story is woven into different titles. One of them is the Justice League, I know that, but are there others? I'm rather confused right now, and I miss when it was more of a stand alone story.

  27. 5 out of 5

    mike andrews

    Got a little confusing in some spots but all in all a good story. Had a little tunnel vision with dedicating most of the volume to Constantine with all of the other really good characters not getting much use.

  28. 4 out of 5

    John

    The beginning of the book was my favorite part as it went along it got a little confusing in spots but overall i am really enjoying this series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Carly

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Whetzel

    Continues to be a great intriguing story. can't wait to read volumes 5&6! Continues to be a great intriguing story. can't wait to read volumes 5&6!

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