First Issue Review #42: DC Comics’ Justice League Dark #1 (2011)

A look at DC Comics’ New 52: Justice League Dark #1 (2011)! Does it succeed or FAIL? The Webcomic Beacon Presents: First Issue crew is here to let you know what we think! Please join Fes Works, Melissa Kaercher, and Marcus A.

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the t-shirt looking thing under Shade’s trench coat is the M-Vest. Shade is more or less the porno green lantern.

and Constantine outside of JLDark continuity is Sting, and part of his appeal was that he got older as the audience did. Just before the New 52 reboot he was around 50.

So, I kinda disagree with Fez saying knowing who all these charas are would get you excited for this comic. I knew the charas and I felt really let down by this one.

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