web site hit counter Justice League Dark, Volume 5: Paradise Lost - Ebooks PDF Online
Hot Best Seller

Justice League Dark, Volume 5: Paradise Lost

Availability: Ready to download

The fallout from the Justice League Dark's battles with Blight and the Trinity of Sin, during the DC crossover event Forever Evil, has left the team in tatters.  Zatanna assumes leadership of the team and prepares to rebuild.  With team members angry and confused by Johns Constantine's methods during the fight with Blight and the Trinity of Sin, how will John Constantine f The fallout from the Justice League Dark's battles with Blight and the Trinity of Sin, during the DC crossover event Forever Evil, has left the team in tatters.  Zatanna assumes leadership of the team and prepares to rebuild.  With team members angry and confused by Johns Constantine's methods during the fight with Blight and the Trinity of Sin, how will John Constantine fit into this new team, if at all? Collecting: Justice League Dark 30-35


Compare

The fallout from the Justice League Dark's battles with Blight and the Trinity of Sin, during the DC crossover event Forever Evil, has left the team in tatters.  Zatanna assumes leadership of the team and prepares to rebuild.  With team members angry and confused by Johns Constantine's methods during the fight with Blight and the Trinity of Sin, how will John Constantine f The fallout from the Justice League Dark's battles with Blight and the Trinity of Sin, during the DC crossover event Forever Evil, has left the team in tatters.  Zatanna assumes leadership of the team and prepares to rebuild.  With team members angry and confused by Johns Constantine's methods during the fight with Blight and the Trinity of Sin, how will John Constantine fit into this new team, if at all? Collecting: Justice League Dark 30-35

30 review for Justice League Dark, Volume 5: Paradise Lost

  1. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    Great artwork with some interesting subplots which are mostly not mined properly or default to derivatives. This is an improvement from the previous book but it's still stuck in being somewhat good at best. OVERALL GRADE: B minus to B. Great artwork with some interesting subplots which are mostly not mined properly or default to derivatives. This is an improvement from the previous book but it's still stuck in being somewhat good at best. OVERALL GRADE: B minus to B.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    This can be completely skipped unless you really love Nightmare Nurse and/or Deadman. Which I do not. Otherwise the majority of this volume is just wasted on everyone being pissed at Constantine.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    After the Forever Evil arc, the Justice League Dark is paused... and imploding. Aftershocks: Constantine's got the boot after a major betrayal, and yet he's back. Orchid and Frank choose to leave. Something's up with Nightmare Nurse. Nightmares: Yep, something is definitely up with Nightmare Nurse. It might be catching. Between!: Confusion reigns as the House of Mystery enters an inimical realm. A decision by Nightmare Nurse is tearing her apart. Paradise Lost: a barely-welcome Constantine stays. De After the Forever Evil arc, the Justice League Dark is paused... and imploding. Aftershocks: Constantine's got the boot after a major betrayal, and yet he's back. Orchid and Frank choose to leave. Something's up with Nightmare Nurse. Nightmares: Yep, something is definitely up with Nightmare Nurse. It might be catching. Between!: Confusion reigns as the House of Mystery enters an inimical realm. A decision by Nightmare Nurse is tearing her apart. Paradise Lost: a barely-welcome Constantine stays. Deadman feels lead to search for Nanda Parbat. Paradise Lost Conclusion: JLD has to fight the big can of Nope they opened. Scars: a.k.a. Justice League Dark: Future's End #1, a.k.a. Not Really Canon, So... Bored.

  4. 4 out of 5

    colleen the convivial curmudgeon

    More coherent than the last story, since it was actually a complete story, but not a whole lot better. Got some backstory on Nightmare Nurse, which was interesting, and backstory on Deadman, which was kinda hokey. (view spoiler)[Nightmare Nurse is really a demon inhabiting an almost dead body. Deadman was a neglected child who spent his childhood astrally projecting into Nanda Parbat and is secretly - even to himself - all mystical or some such nonsense. (hide spoiler)] Every installment has them More coherent than the last story, since it was actually a complete story, but not a whole lot better. Got some backstory on Nightmare Nurse, which was interesting, and backstory on Deadman, which was kinda hokey. (view spoiler)[Nightmare Nurse is really a demon inhabiting an almost dead body. Deadman was a neglected child who spent his childhood astrally projecting into Nanda Parbat and is secretly - even to himself - all mystical or some such nonsense. (hide spoiler)] Every installment has them doing some dangerous, "this will kill you if you do it remotely wrong", and then it gets pulled off easily. The only "consequences" ever faced in this book is no one likes Constantine, shockingly enough, and he's turned into some sad sack because of it. Then the last story in the installment jumps ahead 5 years, we have yet a bit of a different cast - because every fucking story has had rotating cast - and random wackiness. I'm like, "I don't know what's going on, and I don't know why I'm meant to care." I was so looking forward to this series. The first 3 had their problems, but were decent enough. These last two are just calling it in, man.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dramatica Darmody

    I don't know what the hell happened to Zatanna in this series, but at least Constantine is somewhat back to himself. I don't know what the hell happened to Zatanna in this series, but at least Constantine is somewhat back to himself.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Scott Rhee

    Okay, so Volume 5 of Justice League Dark, “Paradise Lost”, kind of redeems itself after that loathsome and (frankly) unreadable Volume 4. Kind of. It’s got a long way to go to make up for it. In this one: Constantine comes crawling back, asking for forgiveness; Night Nurse’s past comes back to haunt her… and possibly kill everyone in the House of Mystery; an evil being named Pantheon tricks Deadman into wiping out the magical city of Nanda Parbat; five years later, Etrigan the Demon is getting it Okay, so Volume 5 of Justice League Dark, “Paradise Lost”, kind of redeems itself after that loathsome and (frankly) unreadable Volume 4. Kind of. It’s got a long way to go to make up for it. In this one: Constantine comes crawling back, asking for forgiveness; Night Nurse’s past comes back to haunt her… and possibly kill everyone in the House of Mystery; an evil being named Pantheon tricks Deadman into wiping out the magical city of Nanda Parbat; five years later, Etrigan the Demon is getting it on with Zatanna… Wait, what? Anyhoo, some British dude named Eric has been floating around in the ether for a hundred years; the House of Mystery is being sucked into the maw of a giant disembodied head named Non; Zatanna has to make the hard choices now, since she’s the leader. So, what the hell happened to Constantine, Swamp Thing, and Deadman in those five years? Curiouser and curiouser… Fine, I’ll read Volume 6…

  7. 5 out of 5

    Joseph

    In this next to last volume of Justice League Dark, our intrepid crew of mystical people are subjected to the nightmare which is Nightmare Nurse and the return (say what?) of Deadman to Nanda Parbat, now obliterated by a mad god named Pantheon. Through it all, Zatanna and John Constantine, well, *everyone* and John Constantine, bicker and finally realize that JC is just a jerk. I suppose there is a reason that this book under writer JM DeMatteis seems to go round robin through the cast, figuring In this next to last volume of Justice League Dark, our intrepid crew of mystical people are subjected to the nightmare which is Nightmare Nurse and the return (say what?) of Deadman to Nanda Parbat, now obliterated by a mad god named Pantheon. Through it all, Zatanna and John Constantine, well, *everyone* and John Constantine, bicker and finally realize that JC is just a jerk. I suppose there is a reason that this book under writer JM DeMatteis seems to go round robin through the cast, figuring out ways that each character can shine and be a focal point for the book and readers. Nevertheless, that approach is a bit too formulaic. It would be more interesting to see stories that are larger in scope, but without all the tie-ins with other books that we saw in the previous couple of volumes. The JLD seems to be more a reactive force, than a proactive one, that causes the stories to suffer a bit, IMO. The art is all over the place. Mikel Janin is sorely missed. The art's not bad, but isn't terribly cohesive from issue to issue. If I weren't such a fan of DC's mystical characters, this probably would have just been a two star book for me. But, darn it, they're my faves and can't help it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Brini

    What the heck was that? Each chapter got more and more offensive. It starts with lengthy relationship disputes and ends in excessive mobbing (and they even openly admit that). A twelve year old acts more grown up as they do. They are angry because Constantine acted like--well John Constantine. They wanted him to be a hero and now are mad because he never wanted to be one. Given that Zatanna spent years with him, she should've known better. Boston Brand even states that he never was a good guy hi What the heck was that? Each chapter got more and more offensive. It starts with lengthy relationship disputes and ends in excessive mobbing (and they even openly admit that). A twelve year old acts more grown up as they do. They are angry because Constantine acted like--well John Constantine. They wanted him to be a hero and now are mad because he never wanted to be one. Given that Zatanna spent years with him, she should've known better. Boston Brand even states that he never was a good guy himself but at the same time calls Constantine the worst of all and even abuses the body of a stranger to beat him. Who does that? Meanwhile Zatanna almost kills someone because she doesn't listen to Constantine and then everyone says it was his fault. Basically it's roughly 120 pages of blaming John Constantine for things he didn't do (while he whines that Zatanna won't love him) wrapped in background stories about Nightmare Nurse and Deadman that don't interest anyone anyway. I want my money back!

  9. 5 out of 5

    J.R.

    This series is getting stale fast. Every issue has this formula: 1) Someone on the team is hated by everyone else. 2) The hated one shows up even though everyone hates them and doesn't trust them. 3) Some mystical, ancient force shows up 4) At least one member of the team has to cast a spell that is so dangerous that the caster might die if they don't do it right. 5) Whew! They did it right. 6) Everyone likes each other again (mostly) This series is getting stale fast. Every issue has this formula: 1) Someone on the team is hated by everyone else. 2) The hated one shows up even though everyone hates them and doesn't trust them. 3) Some mystical, ancient force shows up 4) At least one member of the team has to cast a spell that is so dangerous that the caster might die if they don't do it right. 5) Whew! They did it right. 6) Everyone likes each other again (mostly)

  10. 5 out of 5

    John Yelverton

    This book series is really starting to remind me of the old Justice League International books, where at the end, it was filled with nothing but "C" list hero wannabes because the big hitters left, and you suddenly realize that the only reason that you bought the book is the title of the book. This book series is really starting to remind me of the old Justice League International books, where at the end, it was filled with nothing but "C" list hero wannabes because the big hitters left, and you suddenly realize that the only reason that you bought the book is the title of the book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Milo

    One of my favourite DC Comics series! Justice League Dark is awesome.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Aaron

    I don't know how a series this short has managed to retread its own ideas as many times as this one has, but that's just how it goes with Justice League Dark. This series was pretty much doomed from the start, seeing as it was built on the foundation that all the team members seemingly hate each other, have no vested interest in saving the world, and use lazy "magic" as their superpowers, which basically just means they can do anything they want without ever having to explain it. But this volume I don't know how a series this short has managed to retread its own ideas as many times as this one has, but that's just how it goes with Justice League Dark. This series was pretty much doomed from the start, seeing as it was built on the foundation that all the team members seemingly hate each other, have no vested interest in saving the world, and use lazy "magic" as their superpowers, which basically just means they can do anything they want without ever having to explain it. But this volume really drove it home for me: I hate this. While it's already difficult enough reading a book where all the one-dimensional characters are given "personalities" by just having them snipe at each other and complain, I really couldn't believe some of the stories in this. This series is about 30 issues long at this point, and they are already recycling material. This volume has yet another story where Deadman is brought back to life and then immediately killed again to maintain the status quo. It has yet another story where it's revealed someone was not who they said they were. And it has not one, but two separate stories about the JLD getting caught in a mysterious dimension between worlds. It's basically all they do! I wish they'd stay there! Any of this might be forgivable if the characters were decently attended to, but they aren't. In addition to the constant, unearned conflict, several of them also do that thing where, when faced with an emergency, rather than explain themselves so everyone on the team will chill out, they just yell "There's no time for explanations!" Asshole, yes there is! This is one of the laziest possible tricks for forcing your characters to keep fighting with each other, and they do it many times in this series (and even more than once in this volume). In any case, what a shame to waste such a big, potentially out-there superhero team on bland storylines like these. There's one more volume of this, but there's just no way I can read it. I should've given up long ago.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    Another really good volume. I've enjoyed this series a lot. Other than when it got stuck in forever evil (which was good but not great) with the rest of the new 52. I really enjoy nightmare nurse and liked learning more about her. Not sure why we needed a future's end issue though. The issue wasn't bad but future's end is BAD. Another really good volume. I've enjoyed this series a lot. Other than when it got stuck in forever evil (which was good but not great) with the rest of the new 52. I really enjoy nightmare nurse and liked learning more about her. Not sure why we needed a future's end issue though. The issue wasn't bad but future's end is BAD.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Devann

    On the up side, we're apparently not doing any annoying crossovers anymore and the plot of this book was actually linear and easy to follow. On the down side, I just literally don't care anymore and I'm basically only reading it because I'm almost done with it. JLD sounded like such a good idea at first but it's honestly just been a total let down. I thought it would be different than other 'superhero team-ups' because it had 'darker' characters and was more focused around magic, but really it's On the up side, we're apparently not doing any annoying crossovers anymore and the plot of this book was actually linear and easy to follow. On the down side, I just literally don't care anymore and I'm basically only reading it because I'm almost done with it. JLD sounded like such a good idea at first but it's honestly just been a total let down. I thought it would be different than other 'superhero team-ups' because it had 'darker' characters and was more focused around magic, but really it's just the same old shit.

  15. 5 out of 5

    The Book Moo

    I wasn't as keen on this one, although I love the Justice League Dark team, this comic had like 3 different stories rolled into one. It wasn't as engaging because it was one thing after another! I wasn't as keen on this one, although I love the Justice League Dark team, this comic had like 3 different stories rolled into one. It wasn't as engaging because it was one thing after another!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cale

    After the major events of the last couple of volumes, this collection seems really tame in comparison. The first couple of issues 'reveal' the history of Nightmare Nurse, although not on more than a cursory level, as the team tears itself apart AGAIN over what could have been resolved in a few minutes of talking. But that seems to be the modus of Justice League Dark; fight until you're at a standstill, then find out why you're fighting. It all gets resolved relatively amicably. The second sectio After the major events of the last couple of volumes, this collection seems really tame in comparison. The first couple of issues 'reveal' the history of Nightmare Nurse, although not on more than a cursory level, as the team tears itself apart AGAIN over what could have been resolved in a few minutes of talking. But that seems to be the modus of Justice League Dark; fight until you're at a standstill, then find out why you're fighting. It all gets resolved relatively amicably. The second section explores the history and future of Nanda Parbat, focusing on Deadman. It has its moments but really doesn't make much of an impression. Then there's a 5 years later story that is basically pointless, with dark moods and distrust and a throwaway villain. It's probably the weakest Justice League Dark story I've seen since the first volume. The mood of this volume is really dark; Constantine is present throughout, but the hatred and enmity between him and the team is grating; understandable but obnoxious and not enjoyable to read.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Michael Church

    The book has just lost its steam. There are a bunch of original members who have disappeared for no real reason. Then they are adding new characters with just as little motivation. Swamp Thing has no reason to be in this book, let alone eating plants, right? Does he really do that? Seems kind of counter productive. The stories are cliched and not executed very well. Someone is not who they seem, the team is betrayed, the odds are against them! I just couldn't really find myself caring what happe The book has just lost its steam. There are a bunch of original members who have disappeared for no real reason. Then they are adding new characters with just as little motivation. Swamp Thing has no reason to be in this book, let alone eating plants, right? Does he really do that? Seems kind of counter productive. The stories are cliched and not executed very well. Someone is not who they seem, the team is betrayed, the odds are against them! I just couldn't really find myself caring what happened through the whole book. Then there is a random story thrown in at the end that is set in the future. Not sure what the context for it was, but it was just more of the same lackluster storytelling. The art is decent, but nothing great. I really just don't have anything more to say on it. The book was that underwhelming. I don't have a strong enough opinion to even dislike it that much. I have just decided to give up on it.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    From crossover to crossover, from the Blight to Futures End. Unfortunately, it often feels like DeMatteis is just moving the characters through their plotted actions. There's little here that feels like it has much importance or relevance to the DC Universe, past or present. Further, DeMatteis' solo writing always rides along the edge of being too slow and too philosophical. And that's the case here, particularly in the initial issue (30), which features yet another JLD team breaking up and comin From crossover to crossover, from the Blight to Futures End. Unfortunately, it often feels like DeMatteis is just moving the characters through their plotted actions. There's little here that feels like it has much importance or relevance to the DC Universe, past or present. Further, DeMatteis' solo writing always rides along the edge of being too slow and too philosophical. And that's the case here, particularly in the initial issue (30), which features yet another JLD team breaking up and coming back together. The two Night Nurse issues (31-32) that come next are the height of the volume, as they're a fun spotlight. The two Deadman issues that follow (33-34) are too slow, but they offer a nice feature on Nanda Parbat ... which of course links back to the Blight. Finally, the Futures End (1) story that ends thing is entirely OK, and a comic I wouldn't mind reading long-term ... but it's of course totally irrelevant to the current story.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Anchorpete

    It took me a long time to get through this trade. I feel like this is the epitome of laziness when it comes to Big Two superhero books. This is actually a step up from the previous trade, which bordered on incoherent due to the cutting back and forth between all of the DC event books that were taking place at this time. In this trade, there is a single story that has a genuine beginning, middle and end. Unfortunately, that story is told in a very lame way. Magic isn't interesting when it is bot It took me a long time to get through this trade. I feel like this is the epitome of laziness when it comes to Big Two superhero books. This is actually a step up from the previous trade, which bordered on incoherent due to the cutting back and forth between all of the DC event books that were taking place at this time. In this trade, there is a single story that has a genuine beginning, middle and end. Unfortunately, that story is told in a very lame way. Magic isn't interesting when it is both limitless and can be used for any purpose whatsoever. When regular human characters can teleport anywhere they want, without paying a price. When anyone can go toe to toe with gigantic mystical creatures, and not even bat an eye, there is no consequence, and without consequences, a story is not interesting. I went through this book, because I make it a purpose to finish a trade when I start it. There are times when it is just to tough to get through. This book almost had that fate.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jacob

    Public library copy. I've no idea how this title remained an ongoing thing for so long. Its only appeal to me used to be the beautiful artwork by Jannin. Had this been a Vertigo book and far, far away from DC mainstream, it might have made more sense because the cast of misfits did little to interest me. It was by the numbers team quibbles and sour relationships against boring antagonists. The writer and artist did serviceable work, but nothing noteworthy, fresh, or better than the initial talent Public library copy. I've no idea how this title remained an ongoing thing for so long. Its only appeal to me used to be the beautiful artwork by Jannin. Had this been a Vertigo book and far, far away from DC mainstream, it might have made more sense because the cast of misfits did little to interest me. It was by the numbers team quibbles and sour relationships against boring antagonists. The writer and artist did serviceable work, but nothing noteworthy, fresh, or better than the initial talent from the former book volumes.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    Gee, Deadman is brought back to life more often than Ra's Al Ghul. And I'm pretty sure no one was clamoring for Nightmare Nurse backstory. Why did I read this again? Gee, Deadman is brought back to life more often than Ra's Al Ghul. And I'm pretty sure no one was clamoring for Nightmare Nurse backstory. Why did I read this again?

  22. 5 out of 5

    Laurel

    Wow, this book has really lost all direction. The characters don't make sense, the plots were rehash of themes we'd seen before, art wasn't anything special - just not interested in any of it. Wow, this book has really lost all direction. The characters don't make sense, the plots were rehash of themes we'd seen before, art wasn't anything special - just not interested in any of it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Emily Green

    I was pretty impressed by the first few Justice League Dark titles. The characters and their adventures were interesting, though I did not care for how the collections left a few holes because there was some crossover happening. Volume 5: Paradise Lost felt like a bad movie sequel in which the franchise should have ended years ago but the studio can squeeze a few more bucks out of diehard fans and so they will. In one storyline, something funny is going on with Nightmare Nurse, and in another so I was pretty impressed by the first few Justice League Dark titles. The characters and their adventures were interesting, though I did not care for how the collections left a few holes because there was some crossover happening. Volume 5: Paradise Lost felt like a bad movie sequel in which the franchise should have ended years ago but the studio can squeeze a few more bucks out of diehard fans and so they will. In one storyline, something funny is going on with Nightmare Nurse, and in another something funny is going on with Deadman. There is a total Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure moment when one character mentions, oh yeah, I did this thing ahead of time so it would save us. Seriously? The plot lines are repetitive, the characters have become flatter than a flat-earther’s imagination. Blah to the point of silliness. And a rhyming demon? Who does not even speak in clever rhymes? Gah. Vanessa Pike did a better job of keeping up the couplets.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Adan

    Fortunately, the stories were complete this time around. Unfortunately, they weren't that good. I liked getting some history and context on the Nightmare Nurse and Deadman, but the stories were still pretty meh. I also don't understand how they can forgive everyone everything except for Constantine (who admittedly is a terrible person, but hasn't actively tried to kill any of them like most of the rest of the team). Also, no more Mikel Janin art makes me sad. Fortunately, the stories were complete this time around. Unfortunately, they weren't that good. I liked getting some history and context on the Nightmare Nurse and Deadman, but the stories were still pretty meh. I also don't understand how they can forgive everyone everything except for Constantine (who admittedly is a terrible person, but hasn't actively tried to kill any of them like most of the rest of the team). Also, no more Mikel Janin art makes me sad.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Connolly

    It was pretty entertaining I guess. I was gonna stop reading after volume 4 was such a mess but it was bothering me that I hadn’t finished it so I caved. At least the volume made sense. And Lemire is gone, replaced by dematteis. I’m a big fan of Lemire but dematteis wrote moonshadow so it’s worth giving him a chance. He did pretty good. 3 stars.

  26. 4 out of 5

    John Funderburg

    The art is good here, but the writing by DeMatteis is... just bad.

  27. 5 out of 5

    superhero fan

    Best artwork in the new 52 is this volume must read

  28. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

    2.5 Stars

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jacqueline O.

    Justice League Dark vol. 5 picks up where Volume 4 left off - with John Constantine having lost the House of Mystery and leadership of Justice League Dark to Zatanna. Deadman finds Constantine in a bar and hits him, seeking to even the score a bit for John's trapping him in the Sea King. Brand rushes off feeling horrible about what he's done. Meanwhile at the House of Mystery, Zatanna's also trying to come to terms with the recent changes, her own increasing power, and her new role as leader - s Justice League Dark vol. 5 picks up where Volume 4 left off - with John Constantine having lost the House of Mystery and leadership of Justice League Dark to Zatanna. Deadman finds Constantine in a bar and hits him, seeking to even the score a bit for John's trapping him in the Sea King. Brand rushes off feeling horrible about what he's done. Meanwhile at the House of Mystery, Zatanna's also trying to come to terms with the recent changes, her own increasing power, and her new role as leader - so she's cut herself off from everyone. Frank(instein) and Black Orchid tell Deadman they are leaving - the House of Mystery tries to convince them otherwise. Nightmare Nurse, Asa, falls sick and the entire Justice League Dark learns her backstory. John tries to help Asa return to Alice's body to save them both, but seeing it as a threat to Alice (Asa's host) Zatanna gets in the way and Nightmare Nurse possesses her and starts to use her power. John and Asa are pulled into The Between a metaphysical Limbo. In trying to pull Asa's spirit from Zatanna - John accidentally sends the entire House of Mystery into The Between. Asa sacrifice's herself to The Between so the House of Mystery and the Justice League Dark can return to normal space and time. Zatanna uses a very powerful and dangerous spell and rescues Asa - returning Nightmare Nurse to the body of the dying Alice Winter. This volume also gets into Boston Brand aks Deadman's background. Brand had been raised and trained in Nanda Parbat - the paradise - from childhood, before being set back in the world. Thus he has a connection to the mystical place. He tries to open a portal to it for Brahma Dass, his teacher, but it backfires and dangerous demons are released to destroy Nanda Parbat. Justice League Dark comes to the rescue, so to speak, and Swamp Thing helps return Nanda Parbar to glory. Finally, "Scars" seems to be set in the future, with a lone John Constantine reflecting on what's on wrong for him, and his betrayals of his friends and colleagues. John and a few members of Justice League Dark, including: Zatanna, Cassandra Craft, Black Orchid, Nightmare Nurse, and Etrigan the Demon; are trapped in the House of Mystery in The Between. They find another trapped survivor, only he isn't what he claims to be. Etrigan and Zatanna see through the deception - but all the Justice League Dark remains trapped in The Between.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nick D

    I feel like I read this book before when it was called Justice League Dark, Vol. 1 (or 2 or 3 or 4). My point being, this is the most redundant series the New 52 has to offer. There's nothing special about this book or series. I want to like it so much, but there's just no reason to. It's confusing, boring, and the characters aren't consistent with their actions. I feel like I read this book before when it was called Justice League Dark, Vol. 1 (or 2 or 3 or 4). My point being, this is the most redundant series the New 52 has to offer. There's nothing special about this book or series. I want to like it so much, but there's just no reason to. It's confusing, boring, and the characters aren't consistent with their actions.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.