Justice League Dark, Volume 6: Lost in Forever

J.M. DeMatteis Andres Guinaldo

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Justice League Dark, Volume 6: Lost in Forever

Justice League Dark Volume Lost in Forever Time is broken and so is the Justice League Dark The team may have welcomed Andrew Bennett Frankenstein and others back into the fold but the reunion will be short lived when the Justice League Dar

  • Title: Justice League Dark, Volume 6: Lost in Forever
  • Author: J.M. DeMatteis Andres Guinaldo
  • ISBN: 9781401254810
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Paperback
  • Time is broken and so is the Justice League Dark The team may have welcomed Andrew Bennett, Frankenstein, and others back into the fold, but the reunion will be short lived when the Justice League Dark finds itself scattered across the timestream They re lost in an apocalyptic wasteland at the end of time An incomprehensible dimension beyond all existence, the JusticeTime is broken and so is the Justice League Dark The team may have welcomed Andrew Bennett, Frankenstein, and others back into the fold, but the reunion will be short lived when the Justice League Dark finds itself scattered across the timestream They re lost in an apocalyptic wasteland at the end of time An incomprehensible dimension beyond all existence, the Justice League Dark finds itself at the dawn of a dark civilization lost to recorded history the place where magic was first harnessed They can barely work together under the best of circumstances, how will they ever find their way home from this Collecting Justice League Dark 35 40, Annual 2

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    One thought on “Justice League Dark, Volume 6: Lost in Forever

    1. Anne on said:

      The Endor so I assume?This was ok, I suppose. Nothing I'd recommend, but it wasn't painful to read. The main problem is that there was too much weird mumbo jumbo for my taste. Wacky time travel, end-of-the-multiverse villains, spells to counteract spells that were cast to counteract other spellsSome of it was good, some of it was bad, but most of it was meh.I didn't feel much tension during any of it, because between the time travel & magic spells, I knew they would be able to fix everything [...]

    2. Joseph on said:

      This was one incredibly boring book. Instead of great tales of magic and mysteries, we get more mumbo jumbo, yet another being who can wipe out the universe before creation began, and it just all ran together after a while. The cast is awash in stupid, constant introspection, and I am so sick and tired of Zatanna and John Constantine and their idiotic relationship problems. Get over it!Swamp Thing seems to provide contrived plot twists, and Andrew Bennet does nothing of note here. Black Orchid i [...]

    3. Brini on said:

      It was so baaaaaad I'm surprised I could finish it. I can't leave a series unfinished even though I've already given the last issue only one star. It could get even worse! Seriously, what is wrong with you people??? In particular Zatanna was annoying as hell. At the beginnig of this comic book she kinda likes Constantine again-- for about two minutes before accusing him to have put a love spell on her because it can't be possible that she still has feelings for him. What the actual f-? I really [...]

    4. Robert on said:

      Again, a good story idea mucked up by vague execution. When any problem can be fixed with a spell the heroes already know - ANY problem - there is no tension at all in the tale.

    5. Adan on said:

      Not a great ending to an inconsistent series (except for the fact that it also was inconsistent). Also, no Mikel Janin at all, and instead a huge drop in quality. Boo.

    6. Richard Rosenthal on said:

      Justice League Dark finally escapes the cross over incoherence only to land in the cosmic battle for the fate of the universe without any of the DC backdrop that the readers are familiar with. Most of the Dark Characters are pulled in for this farewell festival and the Zatanna / Constantine romance is finally resolved. Not really going to miss this title.

    7. John Yelverton on said:

      This book was so pathetic, irreverent, lazy, listless and abysmal that if the book series had not already been canceled, I would have unsubscribed.

    8. mike andrews on said:

      Good conclusion to the series. The destruction of the House and the time paradox was written very creative.

    9. Shae Spence on said:

      A narrative that allowed for incredible art but where did that narrative actually go? What was actually at stake? Is "the fate of the world" too lofty (or hackneyed) to allow a reader to invest in characters and/or their mission? I took a ride with a lot of characters I love only to get out of the bus (or enchanted sea ship) and find that after many pages (and years? and lives?) we hadn't moved at all. Also, I know I missed some volumes in the middle, but what is Z's costume!?

    10. Zach on said:

      This one wasn't my favorite of the series, but I did like it more than most people did. I enjoyed the overall tone of this series and it just gets more and more bizarre as it goes on, but all in all I thought it was cool and something different. Loved the interaction between the characters.

    11. Steve Quinn on said:

      Really more like half a star. Words can't express the incoherence of this one.

    12. Beelzefuzz on said:

      2.5 Glad this is over. Sad to see where it came from and that it devolved to this.

    13. Jen on said:

      Hm. This whole series was pretty disappointing overall. I wish the character of Zantanna had ended better these last two books.

    14. John on said:

      Maybe the series didnt finish as strong as it started but i enjoyed it.So much so that i have plans to read all the new 52 of each individual team member.

    15. Jacqueline O. on said:

      Justice League Dark volume 6 is the last in the collected series so far. The book opens with a dream sequence (showing us the real depth of John Constantine's feelings for Zatanna) then he wakes up in a confusing, mixed-up, even upside-down strange house. John is in the House of Secrets, and the female manifestation of the House convinces him he must call members of Justice League Dark together to prevent the House of Mystery from engaging in a nefarious plot. Meanwhile in the House of Mystery, [...]

    16. Shannon Appelcline on said:

      War of the Houses (Annual). A fun reimagination of the Houses that fits with their conception in the nu52 and a great character moment for John and Zatanna. It's also great to see so much of the team back together for a final adventure [8/10].Amber of the Moment: Prelude (35-37). Breaking up the team is a great intro to this final story, because it allows for some nice spotlights. Zatanna's story (35) is a phenomenal look at her character, while Madame X. comes across nicely in the final prologu [...]

    17. Cale on said:

      I'm surprised to see this rated so low in general. I thought this was exactly what Justice League Dark was about - mystical characters fighting extreme supernatural situations with magic and thought as much as battle. The first story is a little weak, but the main body, Amber of the Moment, offers inspiring visuals, chances for almost all the characters to shine (especially Zatanna), with Constantine on the sidelines for most of the story, and an epic villain who presents a challenge befitting t [...]

    18. Travis on said:

      What could have been DC's Defenders, instead became 'John Constantine and his amazing friends'.Instead of dealing with the dark corners of the DCU, the team is flung across time and reality and so even less effort than previously is put into making them work as a team.Trying too hard to be all dark, mysterious and Vertigo just didn't work and felt like the writer either didn't know what to do with a chunk of the cast or didn't have interest in writing more than a couple of them.One of those comi [...]

    19. Eric Mikols on said:

      Oh right, this series was canceled! So I guess this is the end of a team that never felt like a team. Big, magical ideas but no heart. I get that these characters are "dark" and that means they won't get along, but they spent six volumes not trusting each other and its hard to commit to that sort of relationship for forty issues. Lots of potential was waisted here. People like John Constantine, Swamp Thing, Zatanna and Deadman aren't just concepts, they're characters and that's something these o [...]

    20. Gilles Callens on said:

      Het gebeurt zelden dat ik extreem teleurgesteld ben in een reeks. Dit volume zou de finale moeten voorstellen van een reeks waarmee ik me toch wel mee heb geamuseerd. Echt enorm hoogstaand is het nooit geweest, wat niet betekent dat het entertainmentgehalte goed zat. Bij dit zesde deel gaat het echter volledig de mist in, het verhaal is zo vergezocht dat het totaal een steek houdt. Geen aanrader.

    21. Chad on said:

      I don't care for the metaphysical stories J.M. DeMatteis likes to tell. He has the JL Dark fighting all these amorphous, vaguely defined threats. Magic in the DCU has just become energy swirling around the page that can accomplish whatever pushes the plot forward. This book could really have worked if they took it in a darker, more Vertigo-like direction and established some rules of magic. There's a reason Hellblazer lasted 200+ issues and this one didn't make it past 40.

    22. Dean Simons on said:

      A slog to read. The art is great and has some very interesting moments. One being a Faust monologue page. Unfortunately the characterisation is flat and so the epic story and ultimate conclusion does not really sink in. A shame. The book and series ends as it started - promising but never fully matching its potential.

    23. Steven on said:

      The DC multiverse gets ended, and it isn't even a crossover event. What ever were they thinking? Also bonus fantasy constructs of Zatanna and John Constantine sent back to a time before time to have an endless existence full of love, magic, and kids. It does have its moments, I admit, but it also has its moments of intense confusion and a bit of a sense of J.M. deMatteis winging it.

    24. Daniel Romero on said:

      the hole series is just a potpourri of the DCU magic users, the art is great but the different stories arcs and the sloppy writing make this comic to childish and in some parts hard to read, its a shame that such a great art work and characters with so much potencial end up a series with no spirit.

    25. Chris on said:

      I enjoyed seeing all of the characters from Justice League Dark together again for this last story arc. Wished we had gotten more backstory for Black Orchid.

    26. M.i. on said:

      Thought the stakes were appropriately raised in this and the conclusion was worth it. Shame that it seems Constantine is always getting the raw end of the deal with this group though.

    27. David Wickham on said:

      What an absolute horrible ending to what I thought was a pretty good series. The writing is just atrocious. The plot was confusing. Just sad.

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