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Justice League Dark Vol. 3: The Death of Magic (The New 52) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Jeff Lemire

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4. Februar 2014 Justice League Dark (Buch 3)
Transported to another dimension by the Books of Magic, Tim Hunter and Zatanna awake in a world where magic once ruled in peace until mad scientists banned magic and forced all of the magical creatures underground in exile.

Tim soon finds out that his ancestors are tied to this world and that only he, through the Books of Magic, can free the "Wild World."
Unsure of what transpired when Tim and Zatanna disappeared, the remaining members of JLD, with the help of Tim Hunter's father, manage to transport themselves to the "Wild World" and soon find that the rules of magic here are very different and very deadly.

This volume collects issues #14-21 of Justice League Dark.

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Justice League Dark Vol. 3: The Death of Magic (The New 52) + Constantine Vol. 1: The Spark and the Flame (The New 52) + Justice League Dark Vol. 1: In the Dark (The New 52) (Justice League (DC Comics) (paperback))
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Award-winning Canadian cartoonist Jeff Lemire is the creator of the acclaimed monthly comic book series SWEET TOOTH published by DC/Vertigo and the award winning graphic novel Essex County published by Top Shelf.

Now one of DC Comics cornerstone writers, Jeff was prominent in the publisher's recent "New 52" line-wide relaunch as the writer of ANIMAL MAN and FRANKENSTEIN: Agent of S.H.A.D.E. He has also written the monthly adventures of SUPERBOY and THE ATOM and is set to tackle JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK.

In 2008 Jeff won the Schuster Award for Best Canadian Cartoonist and The Doug Wright Award for Best Emerging Talent. He also won the American Library Association's prestigious Alex Award, recognizing books for adults with specific teen appeal. He has also been nominated for 5 Eisner awards and 5 Harvey Awards.

In 2010 Essex County was named as one of the five Essential Canadian Novels of the Decade. He currently lives and works in Toronto with his wife and son.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Magic Vs. Technology 6. Februar 2014
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Good ol' Justice League Dark. A title that started out on a great premise of the DC Universes list of B and C list magic/occult figures to tackle the more mystical side of things, whereas the Justice League really do not excel in. The first writer of the series Peter Milligan was good I think, and then Jeff Lemire took over and made the series pretty incredible. While Lemire does stay on as writer, he is now joined by Ray Fawkes as co-writer/plotter for the series, so Lemire can focus on the "Trinity War" issues in the next volume. What we get is two stand alone tales that are good on their own, but this third volume lacks something.

JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK VOL.3: THE DEATH OF MAGIC collects issues #14 - #21. Issue #14 is a stand alone/aftermath issue of Frankenstein, Amaya, and Black Orchid exploring the house of Mysteries. Issues #15 - #18 deal with the "Death of Magic" arc, and issues #19 - #21 is the "Horror City" arc.

After the conclusion in Justice League Dark Vol. 2: The Books of Magic (The New 52) (Jla (Justice League of America) (Graphic Novels)), the books are not what the JLD thought they were; instead, they are a gateway to another world filled with magical properties, and yet, the world is governed and controlled by the technological city of Epoch, with the cities guardian against magic Vikar to uphold the authority. And oddly enough, the League has gone through some odd physical changes when in this new world! With the JLD now involved, it means all out war between magic and technology, as well as restoring the balance of power in this world, before it destroys everything. And the "Horror City" arc is about the House of Mysteries being stolen and taken into a local city and it's creating monsters everywhere. Whoever is behind it makes nightmares happen for our JLD and Justice League's Flash steps in to lend a hand (it's not really a spoiler since his face is plastered on the back cover) to stop the threat.

Lemire/Fawkes continues the momentum from the previous volume with plenty of action and mysticism. From issue #14 showing Amaya, Frankenstein, and Black Orchid simply being a fun stand alone issue, but also a "Road to Trinity War" and features two important members of the Trinity of Sin. It's not important, just a red herring for the Trinity War event. Then comes the crazy ride of the "Death" arc with watching the numerous fractions duking it out for the fate of the world, to seeing the three-part arc "Horror City"explain some of the driving motivations behind Madame Xanadu assembling the Justice League Dark, and as I've mentioned before, The Flash helps out and is a pretty fun inclusion thanks to the character interactions being superb. But readers will also get some interesting bits to watch for. Want to see a Constantine that does not lie? Frankenstein tearing stuff up? Maybe even see Boston Brand have a thing for Madam Xanadu? A few of those things will happen that you'll have to see for yourself.

As for the art, well, the art was superb. Mikel Janin does issues #15 - #21, with layout artist Graham Nolan handles the bulk of the artwork for #14 and Cifuentes doing finishes on issues 19-21. Janin's art is incredible as usual, while I felt Mikel Janin's absence keenly, I still enjoyed Nolan and Cifuentes art really well. Between the two of them (Vicente and Mikel), they deliver some some of the best artwork on the series to date.

Now if there are some nit-picking flaws, the first is the "Death" arc is way to short, feels rushed, and leaves too many questions and plot holes to cover up. Just when our heroes get into the new world, we get a back-story of how things came to be and then the world starts falling apart and everyone rushes into war at a strikingly rushed pace. We get no insight on the world, the characters, Epoch, or the Hunter connections. There is no head turning twist, big surprise, or real depth of this arc. And unexplained questions like why is that most of the JLD nature's changed in the world (Xanadu is growing old, Orchid is a monster, Deadman is alive, and Constantine cannot lie), while Zatanna and Frankenstein are perfectly fine. What happened? Why certain character and not others? And what's with Tim's dad having to do with this. Is there something I missed? This arc is shaky for those reasons. Not to mention I feel as if the direction of the series is losing itself, seeing as it had to have two different arcs makes this collection a little underwhelming, and I think I have a theory around that...

I think it has to do with writer Ray Fawkes. Although Lemire's name is top billing most of the issues, I get this strange feeling that Fawkes had more control over these issues then it appears because stories just don't have the same kind of drive and excitement that Jeff Lemire's does. This entire arc feels like it was driven mostly by Ray Fawkes, with some direction coming from Lemire because in tone and quality, this entire arc is just so different from "Books of Magic", the previous arc which Lemire handled himself making excellent issues. It just feels that way. I don't mind Fawkes writing, it just doesn't have the same energy behind it as Lemire.

JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK VOL.3: THE DEATH OF MAGIC is a misleading title, but the book still has its share of action, a good stand-alone/pre-Trinity War issue, team synergy (thanks to less Constantine and more Frankenstein), great art, and likable characters. But the "Death" arc had too many little annoyances, the book feels directionless at the moment, and Ray Fawkes doesn't quite measure up to Lemire. I'm giving this book a 3  out of 4 star rating. Since I cannot go half stars on Amazon, I'll round off. I'm really, really tempted to give this a 3 star rating, but I'll be nice and round to 4 stars because I still enjoy these characters and the art.

Things will get a little crazy in Justice League Dark Vol. 4: The Rebirth of Evil (The New 52), because Jeff Lemire writes his last two issues for JLD for the Trinity War crossover and then veteran writer J.M. DeMatteis takes over for the Forever Evil:Blight issues.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Jeff Lemire <3 21. Juni 2014
Von Leah - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Collects JLD: #14-21

This volume has some many fun things going on. The team ends up in another dimension where mages are hunted down and killed on sight by technologically OP armies. The best part? The new dimension affects the team in different ways. Xanadu is old and frail, Orchid is a savage monster, and Constantine compulsively tells the truth. That last one is glorious to see in action by the way.

Overall, it's written incredibly well. I mean, it is Jeff Lemire were talking about, so that's a given
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I Love Deadman! 23. Februar 2014
Von Nicola Mansfield - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
When I first started out I wasn't even too sure I wanted to read JLD. Superheroes with magic? I wasn't sure. But, boy, am I ever glad I got into this because it is one of my favourite series!!! This volume is fantastic. So much is going on and I'm going to have to give a SPOILER alert just in case I let too much slip from previous volumes or even this issue. So don't read any if your afraid of learning more than you might want! OMG! I love Deadman. He is my absolute favourite guy on this team, DC, please don't kill him off and if he has been already, don't anybody tell me! I hate Constantine, he's a conceited jerk but it sure looks good on him when the magic world messes with him and he can no longer lie, that was funny. Things get really intense in this volume. The whole Books of Magic story line is wrapped up with some stunning conclusions but we have the introduction of two new heroes from other groups: The Flash & Swamp Thing (I have never read ST in my life). This series is taking me places I've never been before in the DC Universe. Flash ends up kind of liking working with JLD, he likes the camaraderie the have here as opposed to his always in-fighting JL. The stage is set though with the various JLs, there is tension in the air, vying for leadership roles, lots of dissension against Steve Trevor, sorry don't like him can't get past hearing Lyle Waggoner every time he speaks LOL. And just what are the Justice League groups going to look like when this is over. Can't wait for Trinity War (on pre-order) for March. Then I'll get up to date with the Trinity of Sin books/Pandora/Phantom Stranger, man, this is wicked stuff.... I'm hooked, I'm a fan! Call me a Leaguer!
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Great art but so-so story 2. Juni 2014
Von Zane Lee - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I was a fan of the Books of Magic miniseries that introduced Tim Hunter. I was somewhat disappointed to see how this Nu52 story retconned various things about the character. The story is ok but not as good as the first trade collection.
3.0 von 5 Sternen justice league dark vol 3 14. Juni 2014
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To ME this was only ok because I didn't read it was justice league DARK. It wasn't bad but it didn't have my favorites in it. Many people at the comic book store I go to really like it. If you like JL Dark you'll like this book.
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