Justice League Dark, Vol. 3: The Witching War

Justice League Dark, Vol. 3: The Witching War

The rules of magic have changed forever, and the Justice League Dark is ready to keep the peace in the magical world! But that peace will be shattered as Circe steps to center stage, gathering a team of magic's most dangerous monsters to take control of magic once and for all!

The Floronic Man, Papa Midnite, Klarion the Witch Boy, Solomon Grundy...Circe has gathered her Injustice League Dark for a reason, and it is going to tear the world of Magic apart! Just as Wonder Woman thought the realms of magic were back under control, a new Witching War brought on by this unstoppable group of villains threatens to destroy everything. Can she find out what Circe is after, and stop her before it's too late? Collects Justice League Dark #14-19.

Title:Justice League Dark, Vol. 3: The Witching War
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781779500342
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    Justice League Dark, Vol. 3: The Witching War Reviews

  • Chad

    This builds out of The Witching Hour as Circe makes her move. She assembles her own Injustice League Dark, but unfortunately they don't get to do much. It's a real shame because I like the idea of the...

  • Glen Farrelly

    This had such a great set-up - what's not to love about the Injustice League Dark! - but the last issue rushed the ending so it was quite anti-climatic, thin, and disappointing. Without giving away th...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    The Otherkind and the Lords Of Order were one thing, but now the Justice League Dark must face Circe and her Injustice League! Klarion, Solomon Grundy, Floronic Man, Papa Midnite, and Circe invade the...

  • James DeSantis

    Another pretty fun volume. James knows how to tell fun witchcraft stories with some of the best members. This time Wonder Woman gets taken over but a unlikely ally might be the savior. A 4 out of 5. ...

  • Will Robinson Jr.

    Fantastic. Circe takes center stage as Justice League Dark have to face a powerful magic unlike any other. Tynion has really knock this book out of the park. The artwork and colors crackle energy and ...

  • Clint

    3.5 starsI’d rather this series go back to the first volume’s format of several 1-2 issue plotlines, but the trade-spanning arc here is decent and suitably weird at least, plus the standout art is...

  • John Yelverton

    I really don't know what to make of this book as it retreads a lot of ground from previous books without really advancing the story. It also seemed like they were trying to wrap things up enough to pu...

  • Iris Nevers

    [Read in single issues]Best cross over ever...

  • Emmanuel Nevers

    This was an amazing horror event! This really sets the bar high for supernatural superhero storytelling!!...

  • Brendan

    5James Tynion continues to surprise me and Justice League Dark remains one of the strongest DC titles. I had expected this series to start a slow decline but Tynion has remained strong with the overal...