I will have much more to say about all three of these comics at a later date, but for now here’s what fantasy or transformy stuff is in each…

The cover to my copy of Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose #70

If you pick up only one comic book this week for its fantasy goodness, make it Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose #70! As expected, the talented Jim Balent and Holly Golightly bring a beautifully illustrated comic to the shelves. Their mermaid doesn’t transform at all, but she is lovely and sexy, has a massive amount of screen time, and has a very obvious solution to the Mermaid Problem. Those familiar with this amazing series, and you all should be, will already know that the tasteful and story-appropriate nudity is not censored. Go buy it.

The cover to my copy of Justice League Dark #1

If you only buy two books for fantasy/transformy goodness make the second one Justice League Dark #1. There’s a very good sequence of a sexy female woman/vision being broken-down/melted into a pool of ectoplasm against her will (but not in pain). And I have to say I don’t totally hate the new version of Zatanna – yet – and her new outfit (which differs from the one on the cover) doesn’t entirely suck.

The cover to my copy of Voodoo #1

As far as my TFWatch entry is concerned I thought Voodoo #1 would be all win, but turns out I’m ranking it third priority. Our heroine does turn into a big-busted green monster eventually, but there’s no transition – she’s slutty stripper one moment, scaly and toothy instantly in the next panel. Her panties don’t even rip. There is, immediately following her monstrous debut, a series of panels that show her head’s silhouetted shadow shifting back to normal, but I have to say I was terribly disappointed in the sudden jump from human to not-human. Yes, the issue has plenty of scantily clad ladies, but if that’s all you’re interested in go buy Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose #70. It’s actually good.