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Justice League Dark #4 Review

James Tynion IV (Author) • Alvaro Martinez Bueno (Pencils)

Brad Anderson (Colorist) • Riley Rossmo (Cover Artist)

Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, and FCO Plascencia (Variant Cover)

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Justice League Dark #4 continues as the 3rd part of "The Witching Hour" story arc. Wonder Woman harnesses the power of the "Witchmark" and uses it to confront the Hecate and her champion Manitou Dawn.

The bulk of the issue portrays a huge confrontation between the League and the Hecate. The linework for the issue is outstanding which is par for the course for this series.

My only complaint is that the color palate for the issue doesn't really have much variety and even though the pencils are incredible nothing portrayed in the issue really stands out. The script is dense and packed with exposition but nothing within this issue really surprised me at all.

I even called the ending before it happened. It's not a bad comic but it's definitely filler and a step back for the series.

Rating C

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