Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Zatanna and The Scarlet Witch



Here are a couple of great characters, both spell-casters with daddy issues .  Zatanna spent years searching for her Father Zatara and then struggled to live up to his example.  Wanda Maximoff's father is Magneto, so you know that's gotta be a dysfunctional relationship.  She has been out of the spotlight for a bit, but something tells me that she will play a role in the upcoming Avengers Vs. X-Men event, as she has a history with both teams.  Plus it is Brian Michael Bendis' final big storyline with The Avengers, and maybe he will use the opportunity to redeem her - after all he was the one who decided to make her insane and homicidal in his first Avengers arc. Zatanna is back with a JLA team in Justice League Dark, which is cool - but I have to wonder what DC was thinking with her new costume design.  Did they really think that moving the fishnets from her legs to her arms was a good idea?

7 comments:

Cathy and Dave said...

Dave sez,

tahT skcor!

I think Scarlet Witch should join Zatanna in a guest-appearance in Birds of Prey.

Timothy Brannan said...

That is awesome!

I wish I had waited a week on my Zatanna/Scarlet Witch post this last Saturday.

http://timbrannan.blogspot.com/2012/01/zatannurday-special-guests-white-witch.html

Scott Bryan said...

I was hoping you'd do this! Thanks!

MOCK! said...

Wow....just....wow.

Nice work.

Anonymous said...

With Zatanna's new costume DC probably wanted her to stand out less - stage magician costume would probably look odd in title called Justice League DARK. They failed miserably, because that new design is ridiculous, but I can see where were they coming from.

So far Super-Team Family run has only team-ups of DC and Marvel heroes - any plans for other guys to show up? I would love to see who would you pair Invincible with (my bet is on Supergirl).

Ross said...

Hellboy has appeared and is from Dark Horse. There will be plenty of Non-DC/Marvel characters featured, have no fear.

Anonymous said...

Wow....I wonder if this comic would be suitableonly for mature audiences..

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