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Funko Pop The Devastator Dark Nights Metal

Funko Pop Batman: Dark Nights Metal Devastator Figure is a Monster

Funko continues to build its ever growing line of Batman Pop Vinyls. Last year we saw a huge variety of figures comes out for the Dark Knight's 80th Anniversary. That trend continues into 2020 as there is just too much Batman to contain in one year alone. This time we are looking into a recent […]

Gender Swapped Batman Rises From the Ocean with Prime 1 Studios Statue 

Gender Swapped Batman Rises From the Ocean with Prime 1 Studio

A lot of Dark Nights: Metal Batman collectible are coming out lately and I can not complain While the series kind of went off the rails it did bring us the Batman Who Laughs and a new universe The Dark Multiverse showed us a new variety of Batman worlds and a whole line of evil[...]

Dark Nights: Metal Gets a New Funko Pop Exclusive Figure

Dark Nights: Metal Gets a New Funko Pop Exclusive Figure

The Dark Nights: Metal are some of the coolest Batman concepts to come out of the Batman mythos lately Coming from the comic book arc we got to see the dark multi-verse as a whole variety of new evil versions of Batman arose We have seen Some collectibles come out featuring is iconic characters however[...]

Batman Who Laughs Makes His Villainous Appearance with Kotobukiya

Batman Who Laughs Makes His Villainous Kotobukiya Appearance [PREVIEW]

Ever since his appearance in Dark Nights: Metal, the Batman Who Laughs has shown the dark side of Bruce Wayne This character is the creation of when Batman killed the Joker's only to release the Joker's last laugh A special toxin inside the Joker body that is released to make sure the Joker never really[...]

"Dark Nights: Metal" Statue by Prime 1 Studios Showcases a Joker Dragon

Dark Nights: Metal was one hell of a storyline At times the story did get quite confusing but it did introduce us to some interested characters The evil versions of Batman were quite remarkable, from The Red Death to The Batman Who Laughs, we got to see a darker side of our Caped Crusader Prime[...]

Aquaman #38 cover by Stjepan Sejic

Aquaman #38 Review: A Finale a Year in the Making

We get to see Arthur, Mera, Dolphin, Vulko, Cetea, Ondine, King Shark, Jurok Byss and even the ghostly guardians of the Silent School partake in this battle against Rath and his mutated followers.This is an exciting, cathartic, and all-around fun ending to the story of Corum Rath’s tyranny.The only part that doesn’t quite click is[...]

Justice League Dark #1 cover by Alvarez Martinez Bueno, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson

Justice League Dark #1 Review: Breaking Out the Gate with a Great Issue

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Zatanna is amid a magic show when one of her spells turns on her, unleashing something horrid in the theater. Wonder Woman arrives to give aid and extends an offer to Zatanna to join her in a team dedicated to fixing Earth's magic. Zatanna declines, and Diana goes to the Oblivion Bar. She […]

New Challengers #3 cover by Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson

New Challengers #3 Review: It's Krunch Time

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The original Challengers of the Unknown have arrived at Challengers Mountain and just killed the Prof—even though the Prof is with them. The New Challengers don't know what to make of the situation, but they aren't happy about the old Challengers demanding they stand down. Thankfully, this new Prof somehow heals from a […]

Justice League #4 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Justice League #4 Review: Upping the Stakes Even Further

The Legion of Doom has the upper hand, and we have something of a thematic through-line from Dark Nights: Metal and Justice League: No Justice Our beloved heroes are put in some of the most extreme no-win situations imaginable and brought to a lowest imaginable point.Obviously, they will find their way out, but it is[...]

Titans #23 cover by Brandon Peterson

Titans #23 Review: A Mission Statement

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Titans unite for their first mission as a team. There has been a surge of meta-energy from the broken Source Wall in the Upper East Side of New York City. Nightwing, Donna Troy, Steel, Beast Boy, Miss Martian, and Raven go out to respond. When they get there, much of the area […]

Justice League #3 cover by Phil Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Justice League #3 Review: Before a Living Galaxy

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Green Lantern John Stewart is under the influence of a strange new power called the Invisible Spectrum. He now uses Ultraviolet energy, granted by Sinestro. Wonder Woman, Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman must stop their friend if they are to survive. Meanwhile, Superman and Martian Manhunter, accompanied by shrunken-down Batman and Hawkgirl, move closer […]

Teen Titans Special #1 cover by Robson Rocha, Trevor Scott, and Hi-Fi

Teen Titans Special #1 Review: The Anti-Marvel's Champions

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Robin is witness to a fear-mongering attack on a restaurant owned by immigrants. He discovers that Black Mask is behind it and pays Sionis a visit. Red Arrow is in another duel with her mother, Shado. Emiko tracks down her mother and gives her one last chance to repair the family. Kid Flash […]

New Challengers #2 cover by Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson

New Challengers #2 Review: More than a Mystery

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The New Challengers of the Unknown are lost out at sea with a massive beast killing them. During this struggle, we see the recent history of events in Moses Barber's life that have led him to becoming a Challenger. He was a hacker and a data miner until a shadowy organization discovered his […]

Titans Special #1 cover by Brandon Peterson

Titans Special #1 Review: A New Era of Titans

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The breach in the Source Wall is causing countless new and powerful metahumans to manifest around the world. After a failure to help one shakes him to his core, Nightwing knows it's time for the Titans to be reformed. He goes to the Justice League, and they tell Dick that a new team […]

DC Dark Knights Metal Chino Moreno Deftones Cover

Deftones Singer Chino Moreno Releases Single Inspired by Dark Nights: Metal

Deftones lead singer Chino Moreno has released a new single, this one "inspired" by the DC Comics event Dark Nights: Metal The Scott Snyder/Greg Capullo series tore up the sales charts, and the HC collection was released this past Wednesday 'Brief Exchange' also features Tyler Bates, Mike Elizondo, and Gil Sharone playing on the record,[...]

Wonder Woman Annual #2 cover by Yasmine Putri

Wonder Woman Annual #2 Review: Sometimes All You Need is a Good Annual

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Star Sapphires have brought Wonder Woman to their base world of Zamaron. While the Dark Gods are in the process of attacking Earth, a different Dark God, called Karnell, has attacked Zamaron and killed many Star Sapphires. Karnell is the Dark God of Love, and he can exploit the weaknesses in the […]

Hawkman #1 cover by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair

Advance Hawkman #1 Review: The Winged Warrior Returns in Excellent Fashion

His return with Dark Nights: Metal was cool, but I wasn’t sure initially if he would be back for good.Well, he has his own title again now under the talent of Robert Venditti and Bryan Hitch, and I’m very pleased.This first issue focuses upon one of the defining qualities of Carter Hall: his fascination with[...]

Justice League: No Justice #4 cover by Francis Manapul

Justice League: No Justice #4 Review – I Don't Know What Happened, But I Liked It

Can they arrive on Earth in time? What of Vril Dox?[caption id="attachment_857757" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League: No Justice #4 cover by Francis Manapul[/caption]Like the ending to Dark Nights: Metal, the ending to Justice League: No Justice is a massive party with all your favorite DC characters that makes little coherent or flowing sense.I could break[...]

Immortal Men #1 cover by Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair

Immortal Men #1 Review: An Interesting Premise Hobbled by Lifeless Execution

It ties in somewhat to Dark Nights: Metal, both in the Immortal Men themselves and a certain guest star However, the creative team behind this one is trying to create something new, unique, and heavy.Unfortunately, it results in a lackluster first issue Despite how appealingly bizarre the visual design of most of the Immortal Men[...]

Terrifics #2 cover by Ivan Reis and Marcelo Maiolo

Terrifics #2 Review: A Second Issue That's Even Better Than the First

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The team is baffled by the message left by Tom Strong, and they ask how Phantom Girl arrived in the Dark Multiverse. She explains how she was sucked in through a portal in space. Mister Terrific explains that they'll need the antenna attached to Tom Strong's device, and this wakes something up. The […]