zatanna

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Fishnets Unite! Taking place in a glorious world before DC’s New 52 reboot, this graphic novel from writer Paul Dini and artist Joe Quinones unites Black Canary and Zatanna on case involving a dead killer and a blood curse which threatens Dinah’s life. Offering us a glimpse at the pair’s friendship over the years which began with a snowball fight on a Himalayan mountain, Dini and Quinones provide one of the most satisfying and FUN stories from DC that either heroine has been involved with in years.

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Jay Tablante is a photographer in the Philippines who specializes in “by the book cosplay.” You can check out more of his work in his deviantART gallery.

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Realizing Blue Beetle (Eric Lopez) and his Scarab are now under the complete control of the Reach Impulse (Jason Marsden), Zatanna (Lacey Chabert), Bumblebee (Masasa Moyo), Wonder Girl (Mae Whitman), and Batgirl (Alyson Stoner) set out to capture and free their friend using a magical ritual and the temple discovered earlier this season by Batgirl (where Dan Garrett first found the Scarab) before it’s too late.

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Artist Kerrith Johnson has put together a series of super-hero “Believe” posters. Take a look at more of the collection in his deviantART gallery.

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Agnes Garbowska is an artist living in Toronto, Ontario, working as a freelance illustrator. She has a self-published all-ages zombie book called You, Me, and Zombie as well as online comics Waking Up Abbey and Imagination Station. Check out more of her work on the Mymisu Gazette and in her deviantART gallery.

art of Agnes Garbowska

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DC Direct is putting out a series of 7″ statues for DC Universe Online including Black Canary and Zatanna. Others included in this set are Harley Quinn, Solomon Grundy, the Flash, Wonder Woman, and the Joker.

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Dave Hoover is a comic pin-up artist. You can check out more of his borderline NSFWish work in his deviantART gallery.

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Selina Kyle knows Bruce Wayne is Batman. That’s a problem. But is it a big enough problem to justify wiping her memories surrounding Batman’s true identity from her mind?

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I like Zatanna. I don’t have the same obsession for the character Paul Dini does, but I still believe Zee deserves a spot in the DCU. I’m just not sure this is it. To me, Zatanna has always been an intriguing supporting character. I’d like to see her in the Justice League, or even better Birds of Prey (a perfect spot for her). However, on her own she’s taken out of the super-hero world and almost lost in a mystical one. Can she be a female version of Doctor Strange in fishnets (I apologize for that visual)? Maybe, given time, but that’s a ways off.

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There’s something both joyous and fatalistic about this issue. It shouldn’t work, and if we weren’t dealing with two characters who both understand and accept fate and destiny more so than the average super-hero it probably wouldn’t. For those who haven’t picked it up yet, this issue deals with a girls night out with Zatanna, Wonder Woman, and Barbara Gordon (before she became Oracle – and that’s what the issue is really all about). Two friends decide to give Batgirl a night out on the town, one night of brightness to keep the darkness at bay in the days to come. The Brave and The Bold can be a very hit-and-miss title, but this issue is definitely worth a look.

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