Zatanna: Everyday Magic #0
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Zatanna: Everyday Magic #0

Writer: Paul Dini Artist: Rick Mays Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 26, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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Everyone's favorite magician is up to her old tricks again in this Prestige Format one-shot! Although the sexy sorceress is riding high on a wave of popularity thanks to her stage act, she can't seem to sort out her personal life. And when old flame John Constantine comes back into her life, it can only mean trouble.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 8, 2003

    One of the more enjoyable one-shots I've ever come across, and while I was a big fan of the character before this book came along, this issue has convinced me that the character could easily carry her own monthly series, and with Paul Dini at the helm I do believe the book would quickly become one of my favorites. I love the everywoman quality that this one-shot manages to instill into the character of Zatanna, as while she does cast numerous spells in this issue, and the book has fun playing in this "out of this world" environment, it also gives Zatanna a nice down to earth quality. From her amusing reaction when she discovers a naked John Constantine passed out on her bed, to the final sequence where we see her inability to live a normal life, this book proves to be a delightful character study. I also like the idea that the book plays up the idea that Zatanna enjoys the attention she receives when she's up on the stage performing, as this is an element of the character that has neve Read Full Review

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