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Justice League Dark (Review NO SPOILERS!!)

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Justice League Dark (Review NO SPOILERS!!)
By Corey Floyd
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Justice League Dark has just been released on Blu-ray and digital DVD and it’s a good one. Following up from their last installment there's series of murders plaguing the city making people see what isn’t there and it seems like the Justice League don’t have a clue. Batman is confronted by a mysterious ghost who happens to be a hero. Deadman is his name and he explains that he needs to find some magical heroes to help. 

The get Zatanna a great magician voiced by Camilla Luddington (Tomb Raider 2015 Lara) and John Constantine a noir style detective of the Netherworld and keeper of the mysterious House of M to team up. I was really hype because you also get a chance to see Jason Blood aka Etrigan wreak all sorts of havoc and for those die-hard fans well I will just say SWAMP THING. They also bring along Batman because ………. well he’s Batman. 

But seriously he's the best candidate of the JL If you're traveling down the dark side. I don’t wanna go into the story because you need to get there and pick it up but I had a good time watching this oh btw you will find it interesting that the voice of Constantine's Matt Ryan who plays the character in live action. Recently his show was canceled but then picked up by the CW so stayed tuned for that. Now I don't want to jump into spoiler territory but it is a good story plus a great intro for new faces. It’s a classic who did it with a twist or two. But, in the meantime make sure you check out Justice League Dark. You won’t regret it.

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