While I'm not the biggest fan of how the issue uses Talia, at least it's better than what Grant Morrison did with the character. This title has had some uneven stories lately but this one is worth a look. Read Full Review
I really think this book is suffering from Dini's absence in two ways. One, I find him to be one of the best writers at DC these days, particularly adept at writing strong females, as he does in Zatanna. Two, it's hard to have ongoing subplots when playing musical writers. What's happened to Ivy's job? Harley's Hyenas? If for some reason Dini was mistaken when he told me he was returning to the title, could we get a steady writer who knows the characters' histories and personalities? Zatanna, Harley, and even Talia to an extent seemed out of character here, and I'm really tired of Selina being the helpless victim and/or prize to be found/rescued. Read Full Review
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