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Themed sketchbooks: Lan Pitts’ Zatanna sketchbook

Zatanna by Phil Noto

In our first two installments of our spotlight on themed sketchbooks we’ve had classic heroes and classic actresses; in today’s installment, we mix those together and sprinkle a little bit of magic on it. Comics blogger Lan Pitts has traveled to various conventions and collected an all-star assortment of talents in the effort of illustrating DC’s magician, Zatanna.

“My first job was as a magician’s assistant,” Pitts tells Robot 6. “I’ve always been fascinated by magic and it’s history. I had a few Zatanna sketches in my other sketchbooks and realized I loved to see what an artist would do for her than any other character. So she became my “totem” character, if you will, and I just wanted her to have her own sketchbook.”

Pitts has accumulated over fifteen renditions of Zatanns in his themed sketchbook, but has plenty of room for more. He collected a few new additions at DragonCon earlier this year, and hopes to attend New York ComicCon in October for more.

Whether you’re an artist who wants to sketch in this unique book or just a fan who wants to see more, visit Pitt’s blog for more information.

Zatanna by Ted Naifeh

Zatanna by Cully Hamner

Zatanna by Nedroid aka Anthony Clark

Zatanna by Dustin Nguyen/Karl Story/Laura Martin

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I like the Cully Hamner one best. But the Nguyen is a close second.

OMG awesome Cully’s Zatanna is my favorite although Anthony Clark is mad funny Zatanna. All Awesome

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