Batman: Dark Night's Metal fans will not want to miss this final member of the deadly evil bat-army. Our next Batman comes to us from the sequel DC Comic storyline with Dark Nights Heavy Metal The dark multiverse is back in Batman is taking the fight to the Batman Who Laughs by destroying his own humanity[...]
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Dark Nights: Death Metal #3 is getting a third printing, out on the 10th of November And it's not alone, joined by Spawn #309 going to third printings, with #308 and #310 get second printings each for the 11th of November Here are the solicits for each: Second and Third Printing for Death Metal and Spawn DARK[...]
Now that's what I call a Snyder Cut. A great line, but is it all for naught? After all it appears that The Batman Who Laughs, Batmanhattan, The Darkest Knight bribed the architect first… DARK NIGHTS DEATH METAL #4 (OF 6) DC COMICS JUN208205 (W) Scott Snyder (A) Jonathan Glapion (A/CA) Greg Capullo Wonder Woman, Batman, and Superman are trapped in[...]
We have heard rumours that it was intended that Superman would lead The Authority as part of the comic book's 5G transformation, but 5G is no longer happening as planned and Brian Bendis is off the books sooner than planned. But I am told that this week will see the return of the Justice Incarnate, the[...]
We know that Bryan Hitch is writing and drawing a 48-page one-shot for DC Comics' Death Metal yet to be announced – but which one? We have a few advance listings of some Death Metal collections that reveal a few unannounced titles that may provide some suggestions: Dark Nights: Death Metal Infinite Hour Exxxtreme! #1 Dark Nights: Death[...]
Covers to be revealed as and when, so here's a splash page from the newly-Einder winning Mariko Tamaki, Mikel Janin and Jordie Bellaire. DARK NIGHTS DEATH METAL #3 (OF 6) 2ND PTG Written by: Scott Snyder Art by: Greg Capullo Cover Art by: Greg Capullo All aboard! When the Justice League launches its assault on New Apokolips, the team's goal[...]
The Batman Who Laughs was created by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo for Dark Nights: Metal, a Judge Death-type character who is the Batman from another universe, infected with the mind of The Joker, and heading up the Dark Dimensions of alternative Batmen. Flash Forward epilogue finale by Scott Lobdell and Brett Booth. Since then he has[...]
Here are Ten Thoughts about Dark Nights: Death Metal #1, out this Tuesday or Wednesday, depending There are no serious spoilers here but there may be semi-spoilers Your mileage may vary of course But you might want to ease on caution, depending on your risk-aversity. 1 Sergeant Rock goes full blown American soldier closer to Hank[...]
Scott Snyder, writer of DC's upcoming event comic Dark Nights: Death Metal participated in a DC Comics retailer event on Friday, to show off the first issue, with Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, and FCO Plascencia He event gave them a look at his whiteboard that demonstrates how Death Metal connects to the original Dark Nights: Metal event. He told them "It's a story[...]
For those who are awake, that is. The original Dark Knights: Metal brought back Sandman into the DC Universe as well as the Great Bat God Barbatos, introduced the Dark Dimensions to the DC Universe as well as The Batman Who Laughs and his other, darker, parallel versions of Batman, while also returning a lighter side[...]
However, Barbatos is far from beaten, and the Batman Who Laughs is close to completing the final stage of their plan. Dark Nights: Metal #6 cover by Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, and FCO Plascencia As you can likely glean, this final issue is something of a plot explosion, and it can be difficult to keep track of[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Dark Nights: Metal #4 from DC Comics by Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, FCO Plascencia, and Steve Wands brings the DC event back to its core story after a short break and a number of diverting tales expanding on the monsters now invading the DC Universe and the torture of Batman in the[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Well, we have hit the mid-point of the main story of DC's major event, Dark Nights Metal, and Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion and FCO Plascencia really hit their stride with the series and the stakes for the DC Universe. With Batman lost to the Dark Multiverse, and the Dark Knights wreaking havoc across[...]
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?
Metal Men embody the idea of DC: Metal better than anything else, so to honor the passing of Len Wein, let's look at his Metal Men series from last year.
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Dark Nights: Metal #2 OK, I'm officially on board with this story now. While the first issue of Dark Nights: Metal was pretty good, I wasn't ready to proclaim its quality from the rooftops or anything I wasn't completely enthralled, but it had merit and deserved some praise for that. That has changed with Metal #2. With the[...]
There is still something to talk about in regards to me not liking the Batman and talking about how the comics managed to still be enjoyable in either how the story plays out or how they present the character of Batman. That brings us to Dark Nights: Metal #1. This story begins with a brief rundown of[...]
They have sold for up to $40 on eBay as a result. Well, that price is about to halve as DC Comics and Graphitti Designs are making Dark Nights: Metal Tour T-shirts available to the general public through comic book stores, where you will be only charged $20. The shirts feature the Dark Nights: Metal promotional Batman[...]
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 superhero would be going by the name of Signal. Further to that, at SDCC, Snyder confirmed with Dan DiDio's permission on a panel that the book will be part of Dark[...]
Bleeding Cool reporter Joe Glass writes: The panel to look at DC's impending mega event, Dark Nights: Metal, and beyond at the Dark Matter line of titles, shapes up at SDCC 2017 With Metal's creators Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, alongside Dark Matter contributors Steve Orlando, Philip Tan, James Tynion IV, Robert Venditti and more promised. Dan[...]
Marvel Legacy And Dark Nights: Metal On Front And Back Of Next Week's Diamond Previews – And Sean Rubin's Bolivar On The Inside
Marvel Legacy and Dark Nights: Metal take the front and back of next week's Previews catalogue for comics shipping in September 2017. The "Gems of the month" chosen by the Big Five publishers as their best foot forward are Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1955: Occult Intelligence #1 and Best Wishes HC from Dark Horse, Action Comics #987[...]
Improbable Previews: Dark Days The Forge Triple Feature With Jim Lee, Andy Kubert, and John Romita Jr.
We can't guarantee 100% accuracy- in fact, our accuracy may be much lower than that – but we can guarantee that it's better than looking at a bunch of unfinished pages. In this issue of Improbable Previews, we have pages from three artists from DC's upcoming prequel to the Dark Nights: Metal super-mega-crossover event which is itself[...]
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 retailer exclusive covers from DC Comics have become rarer of late, since a spurt with Harley Quinn and Justice League Vs Suicide Squad. Well, they may be returning again, with Dark Nights: Metal #1 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, the first issue being offered for retailer exclusive variant covers. All deals have to be done by[...]
We know now that Metal was just one part of a massive publishing initiative by DC Comics: Dark Nights: Metal is the upcoming event comic by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, which will lead into Dark Matter, in which an (all-male) Master Class of DC artists will team with seasoned writers to deliver the New Age[...]
Superstar artist Greg Capullo has revealed art for the upcoming Dark Nights: Metal super-mega-crossover-event comic If you're wondering which one that is again, that's understandable 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[...]
Uslan chatted with Jai Nitz about the Dark Nights series and more. JAI NITZ: Michael Uslan is writing The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Knights. Michael, what was your first attempt to write a comic script? The trustworthy Internet says it was for The Shadow in 1975 when you were trying to produce a film adaptation. MICHAEL USLAN: I was[...]
Thirty-Four Thoughts About Thirty-Three Comics – Avengers, New Avengers, Adventure Time, BPRD, Nowhere Men, Sheltered, Morning Glories, Zero, Grimm, GI Joe, Transformers, Imagine Agents, Buzz Kill, The Strain, Brain Boy, Bloodhound, Star Trek: Khan, Dark Nights, Hellraiser, X-Files, Hunger, Batwoman, X-Men Legacy, Wonder Woman, Transformers, X-O Manowar, Batman/Superman, Batman And Two Face, Hawkeye, Avengers Assemble, Shoot First, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Bloodshot And Baltimore
Read Star Trek: Khan #1 and resist the urge to scream KHAAAAAAAAAAAAAN! Look, he even seems to turn up in Dark Nights #4 That's the Genesis project he's working on, right? Hellraiser The Dark Watch gives us things we can't unsee And makes me wonder what would happen if you threw a salt cellar at that thing. Agent[...]