Zatanna and the House of Secrets #1
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Zatanna and the House of Secrets #1

Writer: Matthew Cody Artist: Yoshi Yoshitani Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 12, 2020 Cover Price: $9.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Welcome to the magical, mystical, topsy-turvy world of the House of Secrets, where Zatanna embarks on a journey of self-discovery and adventure...all with her pet rabbit, Pocus, at her side.
Zatanna and her stage magician father live in a special house, the House of Secrets, which is full of magic, puzzles, mysterious doors, and storybook creatures-it's the house everyone in the neighborhood talks about but avoids. Not that Zatanna cares, though, because she is perfectly content.
But at school one day, Zatanna stands up to a bully and everything changes- including her friends. Suddenly, Zatanna isn't so sure about her place in the w more

  • 10
    AIPT - Nathan Simmons Feb 19, 2020

    'Zatanna and the House of Secrets' is the perfect balance of magical girl action and charming coming-of-age storytelling. Daer siht koob! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    But Why Tho? - Charles Hartford May 12, 2020

    At the end of the day, Zatanna and the House of Secrets is a fun book that has its protagonist adventure into a brave new world that was closer to her than she knew. While there are a few side moments I wouldve liked to have seen implemented better, all in all, this book makes for a fun read. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Jess Roth Feb 18, 2020

    If you're wanting to check out this book, either as a fan of Zatanna or as a gift for your kids, I only have one word of warning: Zatanna and the House of Secrets is fun and colourful and heartfelt, but even for a middle-grade book, it reads pretty young. It seems to hit the bullseye between fourth and fifth grade. If you have a bookworm in your house that's too young for the likes of Mera: Tidebreaker or Shadow of the Batgirl, but too old for DC Superhero Girls, Zatanna and the House of Secrets feels like a nice compromise that exudes magic, optimism and joy. Read Full Review

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