Joker’s Daughter banishes the now magic-less Zatanna and Constantine onto the streets of Nazi-occupied Germany, where they meet a mysterious stranger who might be able to help them, and goes by the name of…Raven.
Bombshells has offered up some tragic material before so it's no surprise to see more of it here considering the situation. Marguerite Bennett is definitely enjoying playing in this time period and working our characters through some tough times and situations, but I'm close to saying that Zatanna's breakdown here is the biggest one we've seen yet on a personal level. Mirka Andolfo and J. Nanajan really bring this script to life in a great way here by making you feel exactly what Zatanna is feeling, and the way Constantine feels in trying to do what he can to ease things here. It's a situation that just evokes so much from so many people in different but similar ways that it works very well at achieving what Bennett sets out to do here. I'm anxious to see this storyline picked up again because I fear going too long without some sort of resolution. At least I know there'll be a lot of engaging stories in between. Read Full Review
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