Dini Writes Zatanna Magically
Zatanna is back in her own series, and the first issue does not disappoint. Dini writes Zatanna in a seemingly effortless manner, without getting hung up on difficult wording during her mystical incantations; the writing just flows, and is a pleasure to read.
The story was very entertaining, and kept me reading straight thru, and constantly interested. The artwork is solid, and the style seems to fit Zatanna beautifully.
In this issue, Zatanna is approached by Police Detective Dale Colton, to help with a strange massacre at a nearby San Francisco restaurant, where all the dead have seemingly been transformed in some strange manner. Zatanna investigates the scene, and discovers through her mystic power, that Brother Night is responsible. She crosses over to his mystic plane of existence, and Brother Night admits to being responsible for the massacre, stating that he's taking over the San Francisco criminal underworld, and that everyone now answers to him.
5 out of 5 stars. This was a surprise hit for me, as I'm relatively new to Zatanna, and just picked this book up on a chance recommendation. If you have the time to check it out, I would highly recommend it.