Justice League Dark #7 (2018),
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
BONUS REVIEW by Shawn
(W) James TynionIV
(A/CA) Alvaro Eduardo Martinez Bueno, Raul Fernandez
First rule of magic: things can always get worse! Man-Bat learns that the hard way when he plays narrator and chronicles the nightmarish menagerie known as the Otherkind-horrific, monstrous entities such as 'the Soup,' 'the Rip' and 'the Offspring'-that burst through the Sphere of Gods and invaded Earth. The JLD soon realize they're no match for an invading horde of hellspawn, and to have any kind of chance, they'll have to go down a darker path. But how much darker can this team get before they become monsters themselves?
Date Available: 01/16/2019
Seven issues in, and it's only getting better. It's not early Alan Moore Swamp Thing, but you can see it from here. The framing device is nothing short of sublime. Justice League Odyssey seems to have gone off the rails, and Justice League only really makes sense to the deranged and the infirm. Justice League Dark is easily the best of the bunch. Highly recommended for fans of Kirk Langstrom, and anybody that remembers when Zatara turned into a pillar of fire when that one thing happened.
I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams