While I liked the covers that were picked I didn't always like the reasons or the order.
So here are some of my favorite covers and why. I am not putting them in any particular order.
Up first a Catwoman cover from Catwoman 50. I like how you know this is a Catwoman book but Zee is larger than life. Plus it is a great bit of art and sets up the story well.
Zatanna #1 of the legendary Paul Dini run. MUST reading for any Dini or Zatanna fan.
Not the first Justice League Dark cover, but I like how Zee is front and center here. Surrounded by magic and featuring her new costume. Love the look on her face.
I rather like this one. It has all the things we expect to see in a Zatanna cover except for maybe her top hat.
Fishnet on the arms didn't start in JLC. I love how her eye seems to be glowing.
Love this cover too. I like the black/dark blue lipstick.
Everyday Magic is just a great collection I love the title. I also love this cover. Zee is not hyper-sexualized, but still attractive and feminine in her tux. Plus I dig the boots.
More stars and more "Cute" Zee. I like Adam Hughes art and I think he does a particularily good job of drawing women that look like women. Like Frank mentions on Justice League Detroit. This reminds that Zee can be sweet, but she is no stranger to the dark. Speaking of which...
I am on record as not being a big fan of Identity Crisis. But it is/was such a pivotal moment in the history of the character I would be remiss if I didn't include it. Plus this cover has other things going on. First it features Zee in her "Supers" costume. Not often seen anymore. Also she is once again front and center here. She is the focus, not the Gods standing around her.
An iconic cover. More of the fishnet gloves too.
I like this cover. It has a lot of the iconic Zatanna imagery. Her hat, fish nets, magic. It has been said that among the supers a woman in a tux, top hat, tails and fishnets looks sorta...well dull. I don't think so. They have messed with her style before and this really is the one that works the best.
Going back a bit here. This is the collection of the earliest Zatanna stories. The cover is newer than that rest of the book, but that is cool. I think it also very evocative of what Zatanna is all about.
There are others to be sure. But these are the ones I most wanted to talk about.