A mystical DC hero isn’t always a hero because magic has consequences. Also, he’s mostly dead.
A group of heroes head off into space to investigate the unknown in this Justice League series.
Wonder Woman forms a branch of the League to combat magical threats, and there’s a doozy on its way.
The guys discuss the original trade paperback of the Mark Waid/Alex Ross epic story of a dystopian DC future.
John Constantine in a regular DCU title? Can something like that work?
There used to be an angel in the Justice League…
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