Dark Nights: Metal reaches its explosive finale as the Justice League reach the Forge of Worlds, but Barbatos is verging on the final stage of his plan. Is it a good ending?
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Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt follows the Flash, Raven, and Cyborg desperately trying to return to our universe with the help of Detective Chimp. Is it a good read?
Hawkman has awoken in a place in doesn't recognize. He can't remember who he is or where he is from. He is constantly under attack by Manhawks, and he needs to break free. Is Hawkman Found #1 a good read?
Dark Nights: Metal #4 takes us to the Dark Multiverse with Superman and Batman. Plus, the rest of the Justice League and their allies continue their hunt for the Nth Metal. Is it a compelling continuation to the story?
Dark Nights: Metal continues with the heroes backed into a corner and pulling a desperate gambit to save everyone. Also Detective Chimp shows up.
It takes a lot for me to become interested in Batman stories, and these books accomplish it against the odds. Dawnbreaker earns a recommendation.
Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps have their final showdown with the Nth Metal Golems at the Source Wall. Does this battle make for compelling reading?
Murder Machine adds another cool story behind one of the members of Barbatos’s Bat-League, fleshing out the world in a delightfully macabre manner.
Batman: The Red Death is a cruel yet fun little diversion about Bat-Flash from Metal #2, and you should give it a look — if that sounds appealing to you.
Let's talk about the Metal Men suckers, YEEAAAAHH *rocking guitar riff*. BOOM In honor of Dark Days: Metal, it seemed as appropriate a time as any to talk about DC's original metal, the freaking Metal Men. The Metal Men have a special place in my heart While I can't say they come to mind first whenever I think[...]
Things intensify in Metal #2 as Batman goes MIA and the Justice League scours the world for him. Barbatos is on his way. Will this win me over to Batman?
We'll get more details later, I'm sure, but Bleeding Cool has been reliably informed that Dark Days: The Casting #1 by Scott Snyder, James TynionIV, Andy Kubert, John Romita, Klaus Janson, Danny Miki, Jim Lee and Scott Williams published by DC Comics will be officially announced as the most-ordered comic book by North American direct market retailers in[...]
Review: With great pacing and vibrant, striking art, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps easily earns another high rating with issue #26.
There was speculation rife after the release of Dark Days: The Forge and Dark Days: The Casting about what exactly was going on with Batman's latest young protege Duke Thomas We then got confirmation from writer Scott Snyder that Duke would be getting his own series spinning out of Dark Nights: Metal, and that the[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] After the initial reaction to my Dark Days: The Forge review, it only seemed prudent to take on the follow-up issue Dark Days: The Casting. For those who don't want to read through the whole thing, I'm no fan of Batman (hence the title to this review) The Forge read like a fawning pinnacle of[...]
Warning all, but this article will contain spoilers for Dark Days: The Casting and the DC character Duke Thomas. Well, this is really Scott Snyder's time at the moment With the release of Dark Days: The Casting, which reveals a great deal about the shape of upcoming Metal and Dark Matter afterwards, naturally everyone is poring[...]
The following may be considered mild spoilers for today's Dark Days: The Casting, but also might be handy knowledge for anyone excited by DC's upcoming Dark Matter initiative that follows Metal So if you don't want any spoilers and would like genuine surprise, then stop reading now. Okay, we all clear now? Okay then. In Dark Days:[...]
This was a fun little metahuman connection made in today's Dark Days: The Casting But also, this is definitely spoilers, so you have been warned Do not scroll passed the spoiler warning unless you really want it. The Joker, who seems to know an awful lot about what is going on with the mystery of the[...]
Do Today's DC Comics Predict A New Dark Crisis? Detective Comics #960, Dark Days: The Casting #1 And Titans #13 SPOILERS
And some presumptions to answer. Because, yes, everything in the DC Universe seems to involve metal in today's Dark Days: The Casting #1 also by James Tynion IV – and Scott Snyder, Jim Lee, Andy Kubert, John Romita Jr, Scott Williams, Klaus Janson, Danny Miki, Alex Sinclair, Jeremiah Skipper and Steve Wands. An HP Lovecraftian look at[...]
Not everything needs a mystery. Neither one works in practice, and neither is as smart as it thinks it is in this regard. My opinion of Dark Days: The Forge is not going to line up with critical and public consensus about this story It's not even going to line up with other more glowing reviews on this very[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Art by Andy Kubert Dark Days: The Forge is our first piece of the story towards DC's big major crossover event, Metal It's also the first major crossover event that Scott Snyder has written that spans the whole DC universe, and not just the Bat-family So how does it stack up? In a word: Broadly. This issue,[...]
Dark Days: The Forge #1 is the first chapter in the Dark Matters DC Comics revamp that will launch the Scott Snyder/Greg Capullo event Metal and a bunch of new characters And it all begins on Wednesday. Except, of course, it doesn't When Bleeding Cool first gave you rumours regarding what Metal would be, we said[...]
Where supply and demand and most accurately reflected, where you can see which books are hot, and where new orders are coming in and how retailers are reacting to new, unanticipated desire! Courtesy of stats from Diamond Comic Distributors. And we have a mix of books, Dark Days: The Casting benefiting from a rush of retailers[...]
Improbable Previews: Dark Days The Forge Triple Feature With Jim Lee, Andy Kubert, and John Romita Jr.
That means instead of one long Improbable Previews, lucky readers, today you get three short ones! First up, there's a page from Dark Days: The Forge #1 by the creative team of Jim Lee and Scott Williams: And one from the creative team of John Romita Jr and Jonathan Glapion: And finally, one by Andy Kubert: Dark Days: The Forge #1 is[...]
DC had a Dark Universe comic announced back in 2015, which would have been from the creative team of James Tynion IV and Ming Doyle, but the two dropped out of the project and it was never published. Unfortunately, @mingdoyle and I had to step away from Dark Universe because of a few more pressing matters. — James[...]
But big things are happening at DC, and it all begins when Dark Days, the preludes to Dark Nights: Metal, hits stores in June We've already seen the Jim Lee cover to Dark Days: The Forge #1 that brings metallic foil variants back to DC Now, we've got a first look at the interior pages of[...]
DC decided on this progression after unearthing a centuries-old prophecy from the renowned prophet Danstrodidimos, which said, "First Comes The Dark Days, Which Gives Way To The Dark Nights, Which Gives Birth To The Dark Matter." Close adherence to the publishing ritual will result in increased sales for DC and continued public relations mishaps for their competitors[...]
DC has more than half a dozen separate brandings for their Summer publishing initiative: Dark Days, Dark Nights, Dark Matter, Metal, Master Class, The New Age Of DC Heroes… They're utilizing the famed "throw everything at the wall and see what sticks" strategy We're pretty sure there was entire season of Mad Men about that. In any[...]
Batman: Dark Days, Briggs Land, Spider-Man And Mercury Heat On Covers Of Next Week's Diamond Previews
Dark Days: The Forge#1, the prelude to DC's Batman summer crossover from Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Andy Kubert, Jim Lee, and John Romita, Jr takes the front cover spot of next week's Diamond Previews catalogue. While Brian Wood, Mack Chater, Lee Loughridge and Matthew Woodson's saga of a family of anti-government separatists continues in Dark Horse[...]