Zatanna & the House of Secrets
Welcome to the magical, mystical, topsy-turvy world of the House of Secrets, where Zatanna embarks on a journey of self-discovery and adventure ... all with her pet rabbit, Pocus, at her sideZatanna and her professional magician father live in a special house, the House of Secrets, which is full of magic, puzzles, mysterious doors, and storybook creatures--it's the house everyone in the neighborhood talks about but avoids. Not that Zatanna cares, though, because she is perfectly content.But at school one day, Zatanna stands up to a bully and everything changes ... including her friends. Suddenly, Zatanna isn't so sure about her place in the world, and when she returns home to tell her father, he's gone missing, lost within their own home.With thrilling twists from writer Matthew Cody and dazzling artwork by Yoshi Yoshitani, Zantanna and the House of Secrets will delight readers at the turn of every page--and the opening of every door!*For Middle Grade readers

Zatanna & the House of Secrets Details

TitleZatanna & the House of Secrets
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseFeb 18th, 2020
PublisherDC Comics
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Childrens, Middle Grade, Fantasy, Superheroes, Dc Comics

Zatanna & the House of Secrets Review

  • Chad
    January 1, 1970
    This is part of DC Ink and clearly intended for middle school aged readers. Zatanna is a 13-year old living with her stage magician father. The first 3rd of the book has Zatanna dealing with typical middle school issues of peer pressure and trying to fit in. I was a bit bored by it honestly. It wasn't until Zatanna discovered her magical heritage that it started to pick up. Zatanna and Klarion the Witch Boy go on a magical journey through the House of Secrets in search for her father. I liked This is part of DC Ink and clearly intended for middle school aged readers. Zatanna is a 13-year old living with her stage magician father. The first 3rd of the book has Zatanna dealing with typical middle school issues of peer pressure and trying to fit in. I was a bit bored by it honestly. It wasn't until Zatanna discovered her magical heritage that it started to pick up. Zatanna and Klarion the Witch Boy go on a magical journey through the House of Secrets in search for her father. I liked the little Cain and Abel Easter eggs scattered throughout the house. (For those of you not in the know, Cain and Abel were the original occupants of the House of Secrets.) All in all, it's a fine book for children, but there's no much there for adults.Received a review copy from DC and Edelweiss. All thoughts are my own and in no way influenced by the aforementioned.
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  • Noura Khalid (theperksofbeingnoura)
    January 1, 1970
    This was so so cute! Thank you DC Comics and Random House for the gifted review copy! This was so so cute! 🥰Thank you DC Comics and Random House for the gifted review copy!
  • Kailey (BooksforMKs)
    January 1, 1970
    Zatanna is just trying to survive middle school. She and her stage-magician Dad live in a mysterious house with an adorable pet rabbit, Pocus. Zatanna believes that her father's magic tricks are just illusions, until one fateful day when she encounters real magic. She realizes that the house holds more secrets than she ever knew, and she must navigate trick stairs, cold dungeons, and enigmatic doors to escape the clutches of a wicked sorceress and save her father.I loved this comic from start to Zatanna is just trying to survive middle school. She and her stage-magician Dad live in a mysterious house with an adorable pet rabbit, Pocus. Zatanna believes that her father's magic tricks are just illusions, until one fateful day when she encounters real magic. She realizes that the house holds more secrets than she ever knew, and she must navigate trick stairs, cold dungeons, and enigmatic doors to escape the clutches of a wicked sorceress and save her father.I loved this comic from start to finish! Zatanna is a wonderful character, and she has some good personal development and teen angst that packs an emotional punch. The plot is enchanting and mystic with lots of wonderful surprises and twists. I loved the magical elements in the House of Secrets, and especially the magical characters and creatures that Zatanna meets as she discovers a new world of wizardy and spells.One of the best things about this book is Zatanna's close relationship with her father, Zatara. Since her mother is dead, Zatanna really relies on her father and they have a special bond. They have some ups and downs, fighting as all families do, but ultimately they love and support one another.I was so impressed with this imaginative story! The artwork is absolutely gorgeous, and has an enchanting quality that drew me into the story. The panels are clear, showing the action in a sharp way that makes the story easy to follow. The colors are rich and vibrant, and I loved the smooth contrast in colors that makes the artwork pop.Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.
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  • amanda
    January 1, 1970
    In our house of secrets, minutes can seem like hours, hours like days. Cute is one word to describe this.Heartbreakingly cute in both words and artwork.Zatanna lives in a house that I would DIE for. Magical and made of dreams, she resides with her father and a cute bunny named Pocus.Zatanna knows her home life isn’t normal and that people in the neighborhood talk about her house which is dubbed the House of Secrets. It has never bothered her until she becomes excluded from cool events like In our house of secrets, minutes can seem like hours, hours like days. Cute is one word to describe this.Heartbreakingly cute in both words and artwork.Zatanna lives in a house that I would DIE for. Magical and made of dreams, she resides with her father and a cute bunny named Pocus.Zatanna knows her home life isn’t normal and that people in the neighborhood talk about her house which is dubbed the House of Secrets. It has never bothered her until she becomes excluded from cool events like dances after school. Uhh, that probably was a good thing however. When Zatanna is invited to one that’s when she encounters the son of a witch at said party.That’s when the secrets of the house are revealed.This book surprised me. I went in expecting just your normal YA graphic novel but came out with something completely different and for that I’m happy. Zatanna is adorable and Pocus as a bunny sidekick was great. The magical aspect was simple and great and the house was interesting and full of surprises. I felt that some of the characters could have been fleshed out a bit more but that is my only gripe honestly.The artwork is gorgeous and so pleasant to look at. The colors draw you in immediately and you just want the story to go on and on. I wish this was a series honestly rather than a one shot. That’s how much I enjoyed this.Thanks very much to Edelweiss AND Netgalley for this copy of my ARC. All opinions are my own.
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  • Cass Moskowitz
    January 1, 1970
    This story was so fun! Silly magic, fun family dynamics, and a *spoiler* talking bunny! A fun romp all around.
  • Maria
    January 1, 1970
    This was cute!Zatanna changes a lot in the story. She learns things about herself and her family that she couldn’t have imagined at the very start. Her biggest challenges came from losing the “adult” characters who had always advised or protected her. She had to make her own way – although she did get help from a source she wasn’t expecting.My only “complaint” is that the talking bunny had to be called a “familiar” which will put off some readers/families because of occult connections. I am not This was cute!Zatanna changes a lot in the story. She learns things about herself and her family that she couldn’t have imagined at the very start. Her biggest challenges came from losing the “adult” characters who had always advised or protected her. She had to make her own way – although she did get help from a source she wasn’t expecting.My only “complaint” is that the talking bunny had to be called a “familiar” which will put off some readers/families because of occult connections. I am not 100% familiar with Zatanna’s full history, but I know one of the villains has a “familiar,” so maybe that is part of the character’s history and would never be changed. But I felt like the bunny could have just been a magical talking bunny and left at that.I love the confidence Zatanna has by the end – in herself and in her magic. She understands where she fits and she stands up for herself with Witch Boy. She also seems more confident in her own skin by the end. She’s found her footing and her purpose!
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  • Alana
    January 1, 1970
    I CANNOT BELIEVE HOW GOOD THIS WASI am 42 years old and loved every page of it. I swear to you, a few days ago, I was saying "I'm happy for the kids and all but meh, taking all these heroes and making them all the ages, whateverrr" and I am here to take it all back because this was adorable and clever and I want everyone to read it but also I refuse to let go of my copy. My kid can only read it at the table. Not touching food.
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  • Andrew
    January 1, 1970
    I love a good story about a kid that finds out they possess magic powers--- Zatanna did not disappoint! She did not know the extent of her magician father's powers until a mysterious evil queen appears in her house, looking for a secret. Her dad is nowhere to be found, and her house has turned into an unimaginable puzzle! I loved the humor, and I especially loved Pocus, Zatanna's feisty talking rabbit sidekick.
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  • Aeicha
    January 1, 1970
    With a charming heroine, cool setting, a story full of fun twists and captivating magic, and engaging illustrations with a snazzy color theme, Zatanna and the House of Secrets is an entertaining and engrossing graphic novel for young readers!
  • Julie
    January 1, 1970
    This was SUCH a delight. Gorgeous art, really fun, empowering story. Really, really enjoyed this one.
  • Pop Bop
    January 1, 1970
    Z's Origin StoryZatanna is a lesser known, but still frequently encountered, character from the DC Universe, and this graphic novel for kids introduces her as a young girl, which is sort of fun and serves as an interesting entree to the DC pantheon.We start slowly, with middle school angst, but not too far in Zatanna's Dad disappears in their magical house, and Zatanna, her familiar, Pocus, the slightly sarcastic rabbit, and an untrustworthy witch boy, have to quest through the house in order to Z's Origin StoryZatanna is a lesser known, but still frequently encountered, character from the DC Universe, and this graphic novel for kids introduces her as a young girl, which is sort of fun and serves as an interesting entree to the DC pantheon.We start slowly, with middle school angst, but not too far in Zatanna's Dad disappears in their magical house, and Zatanna, her familiar, Pocus, the slightly sarcastic rabbit, and an untrustworthy witch boy, have to quest through the house in order to find Dad. During the course of the search Zatanna learns about her family, her parents, and, importantly, herself and her magical powers. The action is clever enough, but the appeal, for me, was in the way Zatanna figured out who and what she is, and began to come into her own as a magician. There's some monologuing along the way to help middle grade readers, but no major info dumps. So, the whole adventure moves along crisply, clearly, and at a good pace.The art was serviceable, but did not strike me as other than ordinary. Heavy lines, big blocks of color, no shading or depth, many panels just have a single background color. That's fine for an early reader graphic novel, and the characters are expressive enough to complement the dialogue and the action, but there was nothing especially fun, for me, about the drawing.That said, this is a comfy, fast paced, and well structured and presented intro graphic novel, and strikes me as a magic/quest tale with real appeal and engaging characters. A nice find.(Please note that I received a free advance will-self-destruct-in-x-days Adobe Digital copy of this book without a review requirement, or any influence regarding review content should I choose to post a review. Apart from that I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.)
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  • Ben Truong
    January 1, 1970
    Zatanna and the House of Secrets is a graphic novel written by Matthew Cody and illustrated by Yoshi Yoshitani. It centers on Zatanna Zatara – a middle schooler who lives with her widower father who lives in an equally mysterious house.Halloween is going poorly for Zatanna, a middle schooler who lives in an odd-looking house with her small-time stage magician father, Zatara, and his rabbit, Pocus. Changing friendships and social pressures create awkward challenges, and then, after school, an Zatanna and the House of Secrets is a graphic novel written by Matthew Cody and illustrated by Yoshi Yoshitani. It centers on Zatanna Zatara – a middle schooler who lives with her widower father who lives in an equally mysterious house.Halloween is going poorly for Zatanna, a middle schooler who lives in an odd-looking house with her small-time stage magician father, Zatara, and his rabbit, Pocus. Changing friendships and social pressures create awkward challenges, and then, after school, an intruder unleashes a deluge of revelations.Her house, it turns out, is really an ancient repository of secrets and power, Pocus is her father's talking familiar, and Zatara is the latest in a lineage of the house's caretakers. Capable of potent magic, she and her father are under siege by a formidable witch, and in order to save them, Zatanna must harness her powers and solve the house's mysteries.Zatanna and the House of Secrets is written and constructed rather well. Cody blazes through twists and turns at a headlong pace, occasionally rushing past opportunities for character development. The artwork from Yoshitani, however, is magical. Memorable characters and gently sinister creatures inhabit a world that merges architectural forms from a range of places and times with repeating motifs, all rendered in a consistent, distinctive style that displays aesthetic influences from video games and contemporary animation.All in all, Zatanna and the House of Secrets is a lively turn for a lesser-known comic-book hero in Zatanna Zatara.
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  • M.L. Little
    January 1, 1970
    @kidlitexchange partner: Zatanna and the House of Secrets by @matthewjcody and @yoshiyoshitani. Releases February 18 through @dccomics. —————I don’t have a huge review for this book because it was not long, or shocking, or profound. But I loved it, anyway. I really did. It has a good flow, gorgeous art, and wraps up nicely. Also THERE IS A HOMESCHOOLED CHARACTER. This isn’t a major plot point. It’s not about how he adjusts to “real school.” He’s just randomly homeschooled. My fifth-grade-self is @kidlitexchange partner: Zatanna and the House of Secrets by @matthewjcody and @yoshiyoshitani. Releases February 18 through @dccomics. —————I don’t have a huge review for this book because it was not long, or shocking, or profound. But I loved it, anyway. I really did. It has a good flow, gorgeous art, and wraps up nicely. Also THERE IS A HOMESCHOOLED CHARACTER. This isn’t a major plot point. It’s not about how he adjusts to “real school.” He’s just randomly homeschooled. My fifth-grade-self is shedding tears. Anyway, this book is about a 13-year-old girl whose mother is dead, father is a magician, pet is a rabbit, and house is ordinary...except actually none of those things are really true. When her dad disappears and her house reveals its true self, she realizes she’s grown up in a world of magic without ever realizing it. She goes on an adventure full of twists and turns, and while there is a message about defending your friends, it’s mostly fun and fantasy, and I love that. I only have two complaints and neither are actually about the story itself. The first is that the blurb on the back isn’t accurate. The second is that the cover is really flimsy; only a few people have read this copy, and it’s already tearing up. But being an ARC, I’m sure that’s temporary. This graphic novel GREAT for reluctant readers releases next month and you should read it! Thank you @kidlitexchange for the review copy—all opinions are my own.
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  • Kate Waggoner
    January 1, 1970
    @KidlitexchangeThank you to @matthewjcody, @yoshiyoshitani, and @dccomics for sharing an advance copy of Zatanna & the House of Secrets with the #kidlitexchange network. This book was released February 18, 2020. All opinions are my own. Zatanna is the daughter of a single father, who also happens to be a magician. On All Hallow's Eve, her father leaves in a hurry, with a black eye, telling her to stay home and not let Pocus, their rabbit, out of her sight. Frustrated and wanting to see her @KidlitexchangeThank you to @matthewjcody, @yoshiyoshitani, and @dccomics for sharing an advance copy of Zatanna & the House of Secrets with the #kidlitexchange network. This book was released February 18, 2020. All opinions are my own. Zatanna is the daughter of a single father, who also happens to be a magician. On All Hallow's Eve, her father leaves in a hurry, with a black eye, telling her to stay home and not let Pocus, their rabbit, out of her sight. Frustrated and wanting to see her friend, she goes to a part (shoving Pocus into her backpack). At the party, a mysterious vampire boy steals the key off of Pocus's collar. Zatanna rushes home to discover that her house has been taken over, her father is missing, and magic isn't just a trick, it's real. Zatanna must find her own magic in order to save her father and home. This was a fun and quick read. I love Zatanna's sense of right and wrong and how she wants to stand up for her friends and does so in the best way she can think of. She is struggle with growing up and peer pressure just like many middle grade readers. At the same time, she's also still grieving the loss of her mother which is another element some readers will be able to connect to. The characters in the story are interesting and the illustrations are vibrant. My 7th graders love graphic novels, and I'm sure they'll devour this one.
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  • Dontreadlikethem
    January 1, 1970
    This graphic novel is packed with action and adventure. Zatanna is the daughter of a magician but has no idea the truth about her house. The book starts by jumping into her morning headed to school. Like most teens she is running late. On the way we meet her home schooled friend Benji and watch her try to defend him against some bullies. Zatanna has some questionable friends but also an adorable rabbit named Pocus. Zatanna is at that in between point in her life. She knows she is too old for This graphic novel is packed with action and adventure. Zatanna is the daughter of a magician but has no idea the truth about her house. The book starts by jumping into her morning headed to school. Like most teens she is running late. On the way we meet her home schooled friend Benji and watch her try to defend him against some bullies. Zatanna has some questionable friends but also an adorable rabbit named Pocus. Zatanna is at that in between point in her life. She knows she is too old for somethings, like trick or treating but isn't sure how she feels about other things yet like makeup. As she tries to figure out who she is she also realizes she may have turned some of her classmates red. When a mother and son duo show up uninvited at her house the real story begins. The son steals a key off of Pocus and next thing you know Zatanna's house looks completely different. This book is for the person who wishes they had magical powers. Any child who is trying to find their place in this world will be able to relate to this story. Children ages 8 - 13 will enjoy discovering the mysteries in Zatanna house.
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  • J.L.
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 starsMy knowledge of Zatanna the DC superhero extends to a vague recollection of her being some sort of magician. So this was a fun middle-grade graphic novel to read as a cute stand-alone, which it totally works as. Zatanna is the quintessential young teenager, discovering herself as she hurtles toward adulthood.Cody takes one of the conceits of the traditional “female coming of age” story, the importance of house and home, and twists it to great effect. The House of Secrets definitely acts 4.5 starsMy knowledge of Zatanna the DC superhero extends to a vague recollection of her being some sort of magician. So this was a fun middle-grade graphic novel to read as a cute stand-alone, which it totally works as. Zatanna is the quintessential young teenager, discovering herself as she hurtles toward adulthood.Cody takes one of the conceits of the traditional “female coming of age” story, the importance of house and home, and twists it to great effect. The House of Secrets definitely acts as a character in its own right. Unfortunately, the story only passes the Bechdel test if you really squint; why don’t female leads ever get to have REAL female friends who act as more than two-dimensional foils?Yoshitani’s colorful artwork supplements the story perfectly, evoking the House of Secrets as a place of both playful magic and subtle danger. I especially adore the expressiveness of the non-human characters, such as Pocus and Yeekl. I’d happily check out any other projects they illustrate.
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  • RedPoppyReading
    January 1, 1970
    @dccomics brings us another awesome graphic novel for kids in @matthewjcody and @yoshiyashitani “Zatanna and the House of Secrets.” Zatanna and her stage magician father live in an unusual house but she is a pretty ordinary kid going to school, standing up to bullies and trying to figure out her best friend. Zatanna is dealing with ordinary kid stuff until her father runs out of the house and leaves her in charge of taking care of the pet rabbit. It doesn’t take long for her to discover that her @dccomics brings us another awesome graphic novel for kids in @matthewjcody and @yoshiyashitani “Zatanna and the House of Secrets.” Zatanna and her stage magician father live in an unusual house but she is a pretty ordinary kid going to school, standing up to bullies and trying to figure out her best friend. Zatanna is dealing with ordinary kid stuff until her father runs out of the house and leaves her in charge of taking care of the pet rabbit. It doesn’t take long for her to discover that her life is not at all ordinary and she has more magical power in her than she ever knew. Full of adventure, friendship and magic this is an absolute delight!Recommended for ages 8-12, but my 6-year-old loved it too. Pick this book up when it is released on February 18, 2020.Thanks to @dccomics for sharing this #graphicnovelforkids with #kidlitexchange and thanks to the @kidlitexchange network for the review copy of this book – all opinions are my own.
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  • Jaymie
    January 1, 1970
    [I received an electronic review copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.]A fun, magical story about Zatanna discovering her powers and dealing with the Witch Queen and Witch Boy in the House of Secrets. I adored the library scene and the character Zatanna finds there. Zatanna's development, the ways she builds her confidence through the story. is terrific!My only "complaint" is that the talking bunny had to be called a "familiar" which will put [I received an electronic review copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.]A fun, magical story about Zatanna discovering her powers and dealing with the Witch Queen and Witch Boy in the House of Secrets. I adored the library scene and the character Zatanna finds there. Zatanna's development, the ways she builds her confidence through the story. is terrific!My only "complaint" is that the talking bunny had to be called a "familiar" which will put off some readers/families because of occult connections. I am not 100% familiar with Zatanna's full history, but I know one of the villains has a "familiar," so maybe that is part of the character's history and wouldn't be changed. But I feel like the bunny could have just been a magical talking bunny and left at that.
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  • Randi
    January 1, 1970
    I was given an advanced copy of Zatanna and the House of Secrets through Netgalley so that I could share my review with you!Zatanna has not had the best time at school so far; the kids are mean, and her friends don’t seem to act much nicer. When she finally gets invited to a Halloween party, she is desperate to go, to prove that she is worth being friends with. Things don’t go quite as planned, though, when her father disappears to take care of an emergency, leaving her in charge of the house. I was given an advanced copy of Zatanna and the House of Secrets through Netgalley so that I could share my review with you!Zatanna has not had the best time at school so far; the kids are mean, and her friends don’t seem to act much nicer. When she finally gets invited to a Halloween party, she is desperate to go, to prove that she is worth being friends with. Things don’t go quite as planned, though, when her father disappears to take care of an emergency, leaving her in charge of the house. Zatanna soon realizes that everything in the house (including herself) is more magical than she had ever imagined.Matthew Cody has written a creative and relatable take on the Zatanna I have loved for so long! Her youthful sense of adventure and discovery were both refreshing, and made watching her discover her powers even more fun! I really enjoyed the fun and colorful style of Yoshi Yoshitani’s art, because I felt like it matched the tone of the story perfectly!You can get your copy of Zatanna and the House of Secrets on February 18th from DC Comics!My Recommendation-Zatanna and the House of Secrets is a great pick for any young person looking to venture into the world of superhero graphic novels! As a middle-grade title, this book contains a positive message about discovering who you are and what you are capable of. I am an avid reader of comics ranging from middle grade to titles for adults, and I was absolutely delighted by this book!
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  • Frances Bland
    January 1, 1970
    Read this as an ARC. I am unfamiliar with Zatanna and everything else so I’m reading with fresh eyes. I like the idea of backward spell casting, even though it took some work for me to figure out the spells as they were written in the book. This is a cute story. I don’t understand the situation with the witch boy. They seemed to like each other and want to be friends, but then she blows him off at the end. It was confusing. Maybe this is because of my lack of knowledge surrounding these Read this as an ARC. I am unfamiliar with Zatanna and everything else so I’m reading with fresh eyes. I like the idea of backward spell casting, even though it took some work for me to figure out the spells as they were written in the book. This is a cute story. I don’t understand the situation with the witch boy. They seemed to like each other and want to be friends, but then she blows him off at the end. It was confusing. Maybe this is because of my lack of knowledge surrounding these characters. I just want to be able to recommend this books to kids, who might not already know these characters. In all, I really liked the book and will still recommend it to others. It’s a cute story.
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  • Jen
    January 1, 1970
    So meant to do this review earlier, but life got away from me, as it does for one. Anywho, to the book!This was a cute read and I really love the trend of graphic novels geared towards younger readers with female heroes. I'm not well versed in comics, so this is a great introduction to me of the character Zatanna. It feels age appropriate. The artwork was cute and funky and I liked the characters and the storyline. 3.5 stars, a solid 3 star read. Definitely recommended. My thanks to NetGalley So meant to do this review earlier, but life got away from me, as it does for one. Anywho, to the book!This was a cute read and I really love the trend of graphic novels geared towards younger readers with female heroes. I'm not well versed in comics, so this is a great introduction to me of the character Zatanna. It feels age appropriate. The artwork was cute and funky and I liked the characters and the storyline. 3.5 stars, a solid 3 star read. Definitely recommended. My thanks to NetGalley and DC Entertainment/DC Comics for an eARC copy of this to read and review.
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  • Katie Lawrence
    January 1, 1970
    Loved Zatanna, Pocus and the zany, intriguing house. The artwork is just beautiful and Matthew Cody created a great story too. The library and Sphinx were particularly memorable. I didn’t realize Zatanna was an existing DC character until I finished the book. This introduction did such a great job that pre-knowledge of the character is not important in the least. Very fun! I hope this team writes more about Zatanna and her adventures.
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  • Meredith Ann
    January 1, 1970
    A delightfully fun book for kids! Yet another great intro to a DC character for young readers. Zatanna is a character I’ve always wanted to know more about and I think readers will want to keep reading about her. The artwork is somehow bright and dark, perfect for the story. Super cute.
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  • P.
    January 1, 1970
    super loved Yoshi Yoshitani's art here. It matched the fun, mysterious, quirky, creepy tone of the story.
  • Lissa
    January 1, 1970
    A super cute read with relatable characters, magic & gorgeous artwork. Highly recommended - especially as a gift for kids.
  • Fay
    January 1, 1970
    Very cute artwork. Nice new fresh take on Zatanna's origin story.
  • Rachel Marie
    January 1, 1970
    Loved this. Fast read. Took me 30 minutes. Gorgeous pictures and colors and really fun story. Kids will eat this one up.
  • Ms. Yingling
    January 1, 1970
    Library copyThis could be read as a stand alone, but is linked to a superhero character. Alright, kind of short. Debating purchase. Fantasy graphic novels don't do super well with my students.
  • Carrie Griffin
    January 1, 1970
    This was a great graphic novel. I loved the idea of this house and would love to see more from it. What an interesting idea!
  • Gabrielle L
    January 1, 1970
    3.5/5 stars
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